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Rycroft was dumped on live TV and Mesnick then asked out his rejected runner-up, Molly Malaney — who naturally said yes.
Mesnick made history again because, unlike all his “Bachelor” predecessors, he and Malaney remain married.
Here’s the status of all the “Bachelor” couples, dating back to 2002: The first bachelor was a Harvard graduate who knew not to pop the question after only a few weeks — just six episodes back then — on the reality show.
Instead, he dated Marsh for a few months but they quickly became the first casualty of the show. Michel became a spokesman for and recently told US Weekly that he’s dating “one special girl.” Status: Split Buerge was the first bachelor to propose during the show’s finale — and also the first to not reach the altar.
Status: Split It was another “Bachelerotte” reject, followed by another “Bachelor” break-up.
Pavelka, a pilot, proposed to Girardi but they ended their engagement a few months after the show aired.
He’s now married to model and actress Ivana Bozilovic, with whom he has three children.
Schefft tried again on “The Bachelorette” but ended up finding her groom outside of TV.
The two dated for two years only to split and then get back together for another two years.In October, he announced he would tie the knot again. Status: Split The former college football player took a lesson from his “Bachelor” mentors and did not propose at the show’s conclusion.Him and Bowlin dated for a few weeks before going the way of most “Bachelor” couples.Higgin’s fate will either see him join a very small group of married Bachelors or the larger club of those in Splitsville.Then there’s the rejected ladies who have the chance of being the next “Bachelorette” — a title often coveted more.
Wilson and Borghese dated for two months after the show finished taping.