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Originally posted 04/05/2013 09:00AM
They were always there "for all the right reasons." And even now, after 25 combined seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, fans still haven't gotten tired of the drama, cat fights, and hot tub hijinks that make for an amazing season.
Who should win as the best Bachelor of all: Jake Pavelka, who chose bad-girl Vienna only to break up with her in a vicious televised special? Sean Lowe, who vowed to hold off on sex with his pick, Catherine Giudici, until their summer 2013 wedding night? Or Jason Mesnick, who popped the question to Melissa Rycroft, then pulled a switcheroo at the reunion? (He just had a baby with his final choice, Molly Malaney.) And remember Season 2 star Aaron Buerge? He ranks as the highest rated Bachelor of all time, with 26 millions viewers tuning in as he popped the question to Helene Eksterowicz in 2002.
Originally posted 11/08/2012 01:10PM
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Ben Flajnik and Courtney Robertson from season 16 of The Bachelor and Emily Maynard and Jef Holm from season 8 of The Bachelorette have recently announced their breakups.
This is nothing new for the winners of these two shows. But what's the love lesson? Here are two things you can learn from the most recent relationship flops:
Originally posted 03/21/2011 06:35PM
The drama continues for Bachelor star Brad Womack.
The reality star jumped into action to help a fellow citizen in need on Monday, PEOPLE has learned. "Brad called 911 for a guy that was having a panic attack in the park near Brad," says an ABC spokesperson.
Earlier it was reported that Womack himself had been hospitalized in Austin, Texas, for a non-life threatening medical issue.
Originally posted 03/14/2011 10:05PM
The long road to the finale of The Bachelor has come to an end. On Monday, Brad Womack did what he couldn't do during his first stint as the Bachelor in 2007 – he handed out a final rose to the woman who he fell in love with during the show's 15th season.
Keep reading to vote on whether he picked the right woman ...
Originally posted 03/05/2011 10:30AM
Chantal or Emily – that is the question.
Despite their differences, Bachelor star Brad Womack tells PEOPLE, that both "would make incredible wives – incredible mates."
"Both of those women had qualities I was looking for," he told PEOPLE at a taping of Women Tell All, set to air March 7, about the final two women.
Chantal is "game for everything, easy, fun and we hit it off early," he says. "There was immediate physical chemistry there. But we have had a lot of emotional highs and lows. When she gets so upset, like she did in Anguilla, it makes me wonder if we could find a rhythm and make it work for the rest of our lives."
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