Six years after his split from Eksterowicz, Buerge married Angye Mc Intosh.
From staged conversations to jealousy-inducing cameramen, "The Bachelor" is one emotional roller coaster for contestants. Lucky for you, we’re back this week with more juicy behind-the-scenes tidbits former contestants have spilled.
And just how involved is the Bachelor in planning each date? And it should all fit in just a couple suitcases — ugh, talk about a challenge.2.
Chris Harrison hasn’t always approved of the final choices.
Do contestants really go into debt from buying clothes to be on the show? Some have spent thousands on their new wardrobe, like Jillian Harris, who said she spent K.
What’s the one thing missing from those Fantasy Suites? The women are all told to bring fancy clothes (and about 10 gowns for rose ceremonies), athletic fashions, and clothes for warm and cold climates.
(ABC declined to comment on this article.) Contestants do receive gift bags with sponsored items like bathing suits and yoga mats, and some have been able to parlay their appearance on the show into a media career.
However, preparing for the show and living with reality television fame can be no bed of roses (excuse the pun) when it comes to keeping your savings account intact.
Sabrina’s been the creator of online lifestyle content on her blog, sabrinasmelko.com, creative contributor for Leon’s and a former editor for Design*Sponge.We'll be rooting for her, but it's no secret that not all of the relationships formed on the show have lasted."The Bachelor" has been running for 15 years, and "The Bachelorette" for 14 years, and while there have been some happy endings, there have also been plenty of breakups.Caridi didn't respond to a request for comment, but the figure isn’t out of the realm of possibility. After splitting with fiance Ed Swiderski, Jillian Harris has left his hometown of Chicago for her old apartment in Vancouver -- and she's dating again.