'Love Is Blind' Season 4 Finale: Here's Who's Still Married and Who Split

The wedding-packed finale of 'Love Is Blind' season 4 was released on Friday.

SPOILER ALERT: If you haven't watched the finale of Love Is Blind season 4, proceed with caution.

Season 4 of Love Is Blind was filled with twists, turns, splits, and marriages. On Friday, Netflix released this season's wedding-packed finale. Three couples got married and one couple split at the altar. But in the year since filming, what has gone down? ET's Will Marfuggi spoke with the couples prior to the finale airing where they set the record straight on the status of their relationships and even revealed some secret dating. 

So which couples stayed together and who split up?

Read on for a breakdown of where each couple stands after the finale and ahead of Sunday night's live reunion episode. 


Chelsea and Kwame

In a decision that shocked many viewers, both Chelsea and Kwame said yes at the altar despite a relationship of highs and lows. After the finale aired, Kwame took to social media to defend his decision, sharing behind-the-scenes photos and videos with his bride taken during their whirlwind engagement. 

Chelsea spoke to ET about their life since the altar, calling it "real."

"Marriage is not easy, but doing it at the pace that we've had to do it has been extra difficult... we moved in together the day after we got married," Chelsea told ET. "He'd never lived with a woman. Honestly, I think he did really well."

She noted that watching the show back has "110 percent" strengthened their relationship, though she admitted that there were a few scenes where she "had to stand up and walk away from the television."

"I will say, reality TV, it sucks you in and makes you feel like you know everything and in reality, you don't," Chelsea explained. "I'm proud and happy with my trajectory, but other people on the show did not get so lucky... A lot of Kwame and I's story and a lot of our dates never got shown to push a storyline. That's frustrating for me to watch back and not see a lot of those moments."

Kwame also shared that Chelsea and his mother have met despite the fact that his mom chose not to attend their wedding. 

"They get along well, well enough. It's progress. I think as time has gone on, I've started to think about things more from my mom's side and I understand... but it took her some time to warm up to the whole situation," Kwame told ET. "I'm happy with the way it's progressing. If this is meant to be for the rest of our lives, then I'm OK with the wait and patience."

Kwame also had to relocate from Portland, Oregon, to Seattle, Washington, to be with his wife, a move that he said he's adjusted to despite his reservations. 

"Since transitioning to Seattle, I've definitely found a lot of love for it. I love this place, and I don't think that the next transition in my life would be happier in any other place," Kwame admitted. 


Micah and Paul

Micah and Paul were the only couple to split at the altar this season with Micah asking Paul to answer first and him turning her down. 

ET spoke with Micah ahead of her season airing and asked her about her historic decision to have Paul answer first, which no contestant on the reality series has ever made before.

"I would have said yes in that moment. I was willing to risk it. I wasn't afraid that he would say yes and I would say no," Micah explained to ET. "I wasn't afraid of looking stupid. I already looked stupid. F**k it, quite frankly. I wanted him to say yes for him. I wanted him to say yes because it's what he wanted. I didn't want him to feel pressured because he saw someone he loves be so vulnerable."

Micah added of her visible emotions on her wedding day, "I think deep down I knew he wasn't going to say yes, and it hurt. It hurt really bad. I felt like I was walking up to the death of my relationship, and that's why it felt so emotional. At the altar I wanted to give him that one last chance to prove me wrong. Like, no, you're going to take the leap. You're gonna try. You're going to show me you're willing to risk it all. And he wasn't."

ET also spoke with Paul during a recent press day for the show, asking him if Micah hadn't made him answer first whether he'd have considered saying yes.

"I don't think so. I think I would have said no still," Paul admitted to ET. "What I said not was this premeditated thing. The truth came out and I think it would have regardless of what was said."

He added that his decision happened, "As the words were coming out of my mouth."

Paul even revealed that he spent the night before his wedding on the phone with co-star Zack deliberating over his decision.

"Zack and I were on the phone that night for probably five hours from 10 to 2:30. It was a lot of deliberating, even the next morning. I was so frustrated with myself," Paul shared.

Paul said that though he said no at the altar, he "wouldn't do anything differently," if he were to repeat the experiment.

Micah and Paul also revealed that they dated after filming wrapped for "a couple months" but ultimately were not able to make it work. 

"We decided that we were going to try, and we eventually did try," Micah told ET. "At that point, we were doing long distance and what was really hard about that was that the foundation was such a mess."

Paul added of the post-altar relationship, "We knew if we weren't able to say yes, then we wanted to date. But I think what we didn't anticipate was the emotional backlash within ourself like, 'Oh s**t, that was really tough.' So we had to take some time for those emotions to settle."


Zack and Bliss

After this pair got off to a rocky start when Zack broke up with Bliss and proposed to Irina only to split in Mexico, they fell for each other once again in the real world. And though there was some hesitation from Bliss' very skeptical dad, the two made it to their wedding day. 

Bliss' dad seemed ready to help her make a run for it, telling her to "never settle." 

Despite this, the pair both said "I do" at the altar and shared a sweet first dance to their mutually beloved tune, Lee Ann Womack's "I Hope You Dance." 

Zack told ET after the wedding that his relationship with his father-in-law has improved.

"He has called me his son. It felt really good, honestly," Zack shared, adding that Bliss' dad gave him a comforting sign of approval at their wedding. 

"He gave me this look of approval. Like a nod. He may not necessarily have agreed with our decision, but he respected me, so that definitely meant a lot," Zack shared of the big day.  

As for how Zack's marriage to Bliss is today, he shared, "It's really good. It's great, honestly."

Zack also adds of his in-laws, "I love Bliss' family. They're amazing." 


Jackie and Marshall/Josh

Though Jackie got engaged to Marshall in the pods, their love story didn't pan out once they get back to the real world. The couple has tense off-camera fights and show up to Chelsea's birthday party separately. Then Jackie's ex, Josh, attends the same party and declares his love for her. 

She's later shown skipping out on her wedding dress fitting to meet up with Josh, who tells her, "Losing you is my biggest regret. I do love you. I wanna be together."

In an aside interview, Jackie admits that she was "immediately attracted" to Josh when she first came face-to-face with him. She also shares that Marshall is "too sensitive" for her. 

Jackie then admits that she "chose wrong," but when Josh asks if she's ready to get married, she notes that while she can see herself getting married to him, she doesn't intend to get married "anytime soon." 


When she says she wants to give their romance a try, Josh replies, "Let's do it!" 

Jackie and Marshall later have a heart-to-heart about the end of their relationship. 

Marshall takes offense to Jackie saying he asks too much of her, and Jackie eventually admits that she's attracted to Josh and can't give Marshall what he wants. 


Marshall says he wants the ring back and Jackie refuses. After the end of their relationship played out on TV, Jackie took to social media to share her side of the story. 

"Marshall and I were broken up before I saw Josh at the coffee shop. I am wearing different clothes, my hair is styled different and at the end of the video I say 'I DON'T KNOW IF I AM GOING TO BE WITH JOSH,'" the 27-year-old reality star wrote. "I am not sure what the reason is for playing the coffee shop date before the break up but to restate Marshall and I were broken up before Josh and I had our coffee shop date. As for the ring, Marshall did not pay for the ring Love Is Blind paid for all the rings."

So do Jackie and Josh work things out? The two co-stars were recently spotted out together at a Seattle Mariners game on TikTok, leading many fans to believe that they have, in fact, stayed together in the year since the show was filmed. 

Jackie confirmed that the relationship is still thriving while speaking with ET.

"Me and Josh are still going strong," she told ET. "We are getting a place together. He hangs out with my family all the time."

As for Marshall, he recently revealed to E! News that he reached out to his LIB co-star, Kacia Clark, whom he connected with in the pods, after his split from Jackie. Though he said he "tried" with Kacia, the pain of his split from Jackie was too fresh. 

"I wanted to just distance myself from all of that, from that experience," he admitted. "It was going to be difficult to try to make a relationship with Kacia."


Tiffany and Brett

This pair was always a "yes" from the jump. Though Tiffany got candid about her wedding prep anxiety, they both made it to the altar and were all smiles (and a few tears) as they tied the knot. 

Brett told ET that he knew Tiffany was "the one" five or six days into the dating process in the pods. 

"That was always a yes," Brett said of saying "I do." 

Tiffany shared with ET that her family adores her new husband. 

"He's come back to Houston with me and my entire family, they just call him, 'Yo, handsome husband!' He definitely is handsome. I think they just love how he treats me too," Tiffany explained. 

Though most of season 4 takes place in Seattle, Washington, Tiffany revealed that she has since moved to Portland, Oregon, to be with her man. 

"I moved to Portland. It's been easy just kind of picking up and settling into Portland only because I'm more of a free spirit," she said. "Other than the closet space, we've been good. I've learned to accept his gadgets in the household, actually I've come to appreciate them."

Love Is Blind season 4 is currently streaming on Netflix, and the live reunion special will stream on Netflix on Sunday, April 16 at 8 p.m. ET.