Vienna Girardi has found the key to unlock Kasey Kahl's heart. The two standout "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" personalities have united as one and stepped out as a couple on Saturday at the Reality Rocks Expo in Los Angeles.
"We've been a couple for about four months now," Vienna unleashed. Her famously tattooed boyfriend explained further, "We've been kind of keeping it secret. We're definitely more than a couple. We're in love." The privacy has helped establish their budding relationship and made it stronger than their previously publicized romances.
Tenley Molzahn and Kiptyn Locke are another prime example of the franchise's alums who found one another after the cameras stopped rolling, although sparks were flying between them on "Bachelor Pad." With their one year anniversary on the horizon, Tenley suggests returning "to Catalina where it happened."
Without the show footing the bill for elaborate dates, Tenley and Kiptyn have gone on lavish outings that don’t break the bank. "For his birthday, we went on a hot air balloon ride. Even though that seems pretty extravagant, it's a doable thing," Tenley reasoned.
Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez have yet to announce if they'll walk down the aisle on television, but if Kiptyn puts a ring on Tenley's finger, "we'd definitely consider" inviting ABC cameras to capture the vows, said Tenley.
Ashley Hebert's reign as "The Bachelorette" is still in production. Executive producer Mike Fleiss gave an update. She's currently filming in Asia with six remaining eligible bachelors. Former leading lady Jillian Harris shared words of wisdom for ABC's newest hopeless romantic.
She didn't hit a homerun in her engagement to Ed Swiderski, but to see Jillian smash it out of the park with Derek Jeter, tune in for a Yankee-infused edition of "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" on April 17 on ABC.