Now in its 15th season, "The Bachelor" is one of the most successful reality shows on television in terms of viewership, but the program hasn't been as fortunate in finding lasting relationships for the contestants.
"Before I did 'The Bachelor,' I didn't have any issues in my dating life," said Erica Rose, who joined the show in its ninth season. "I always had a boyfriend and guys lining up to go out with me and since then guys are intimidated or, like, turned off by the impression I made on TV or threatened by me, and so my dating life has been a complete disaster."
Then there's Rozlyn Papa, who got caught in a scandal during season 14 when rumors spread that she was involved in a romantic relationship with one of the shows producers.
"I had a very tumultuous season," said Papa, who, based on her experience, isn't sure that she would do the show again if given the chance. "I think that what happened with me was definitely one of the most traumatic moments on the show."
Even with the unfortunate stories of those with bad "The Bachelor" moments, hope that lasting love can be found via the reality show still maintains. Peyton Wright and Chris Lambton were not on the same programs but they did meet through a fundraiser.
"Neither one of us would have been at this event if it hadn't been for "The Bachelor," so it did bring us together," said Wright, who starred in season 10 of "The Bachelor" while Lambton was featured on season six of "The Bachelorette."
This season "The Bachelor" came up with a huge twist, giving Brad Womack the first-ever invite back for a second chance to find a bride. Some former bachelors weighed in on this unprecedented move.
"I give him respect, said Kasey Kahl from season 6 of "The Bachelorette." I got to meet him in L.A. I actually sang a little Casey song. It was pretty funny. It was pretty good. But I respect him for doing that -- for putting himself back out there. He was going to take a lot of heat regardless, but he came back, he's strong, he's going full force, and I think he's going to find love this time. I think he's very confident in the fact that this does work, and he wants to find his wife."
Craig Robinson, from the most recent "The Bachelorette"'s season with Ali Fedotowsky also had kind words for the current bachelor, saying, "I came into Brad's season with low expectations, and wasn't expecting much in the way of personality and things like that from what everyone had said. He has actually pleasantly surprised me. I've enjoyed watching him."
Watch the video to find out which of the former contestants is still on the market. "The Bachelor" airs Mondays at 8 p.m.on ABC.