11:32 AM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 01/08/2014 02:00PM
It looks like 2014 is already off to a golden start for Emily Maynard.
The former Bachelorette will now become Mrs. Tyler Johnson, E! News reports. The two met in church last year and were engaged after New Year's. This marks Maynard's fourth engagement.
"Emily Maynard is having the BEST YEAR EVER!" she wrote Tuesday on her blog, where fans were already posting congratulations. "Seriously, we're only a week into 2014 and it has already been one of my best yet! More on that on another day ;)"
Although Maynard, 27, stated this summer that she's "under no pressure to find a guy," it looks like the jewelry designer and mother of one will finally have the happy ending she has long sought.
Originally posted 08/25/2013 01:00PM
Former Bachelorette star Emily Maynard got engaged twice in two years on TV, only to end up heartbroken and alone when her most recent relationship, with fiance Jef Holm, ended last October.
So it's not surprising that the 27-year-old isn't rushing to try and find Mr. Right.
The single mom reveals in an interview with the Huffington Post that she has her hands so full with daughter Ricki, that after the 8-year-old goes to bed, the last thing she feels like doing at the end of a long day is "to get dressed, go out and make small talk" on a date.
Originally posted 07/18/2013 06:30PM
The star invites PEOPLE inside her home to see how she's showing off her jewelry line
Originally posted 06/24/2013 05:00PM
Emily Maynard's house just got a whole lot furrier!
The former Bachelorette surprised her daughter Ricki with a puppy for her 8th birthday.
"The newest addition to our zoo," reads the caption of an Instagram photo Maynard posted on Sunday showing Ricki greeting a pint-sized white pup adorned with balloons.
Originally posted 05/12/2013 05:30PM
Emily Maynard calls Mother's Day a "really special day," but that doesn't mean she's the one getting totally spoiled.
The single mom, 27, who was previously engaged Jef Holm, hopes her daughter doesn't win her usual battle over where to dine on Maynard's special day.
"It's hopefully a day that we'll get to go to my favorite restaurant instead of Ricki's, like usual," the former Bachelorette told PEOPLE on Thursday with a laugh. "I'm just hoping for Mother's Day, we get to go somewhere that has real silverware, real napkins, and I'll be happy."
Originally posted 04/11/2013 01:40PM
Well, this is an interesting Bachelor twist!
Brad Womack – who doled out the roses in season 15 – is keeping things in the franchise family with his apparent new squeeze, AshLee Frazier, who vied for Sean Lowe's heart last season.
Emily Maynard's ex-fiancé, 40, was pictured in an Instagram photo this week, hugging Frazier, 32. Accompanying the cutesy shot was a revealing caption from Frazier, herself, who made it known she and Womack are an item.
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 01/15/2013 07:50PM
The Bachelor's current star, Sean Lowe, was joined by past franchise favorites on Jan. 11 to celebrate 25 seasons of the hit ABC reality dating show.
The Texas hunk clinked glasses at the famed Agoura Hills, Calif., Bachelor mansion with series creator Mike Fleiss and past Bachelorettes Ali Fedotowsky, Trista Sutter, Jillian Harris, DeAnna Pappas and the show's most recent star, Emily Maynard.
Also on hand were former Bachelor Jason Mesnick and his wife, Molly, who is expecting the couple's first child in March, as well as former contestants Courtney Robertson, Michael and Stephen Stagliano, Erica Rose and Casey Shteamer.
Originally posted 01/07/2013 04:00PM
Sean Lowe is the star of the new season of The Bachelor, which debuts Monday, Jan. 7 on ABC. The hunky Dallas businessman and entrepreneur will be blogging about his romantic journey for PEOPLE.com.
Wow! I'm really The Bachelor. It still doesn't feel real.
It seems like just yesterday I was chasing Emily Maynard down the streets of Prague and wondering how she stole my heart when so many people in my past have tried and failed. But it wasn't yesterday – and now enough time has passed to allow my heart to mend and give me perspective and understanding as to why Emily made the best decision for both of us.
The question I'm most often asked is, "Why do you need to be on The Bachelor?" It's a fair question and I'd probably ask the same thing to someone else in my position.
Originally posted 12/28/2012 04:00PM
Emily Maynard's cat Safari was named for a wilderness expedition – and now the feline looks like he could roam wild in one.
In a Twitter photo Maynard shared Thursday, the cat's fur has been fashioned into a lion's mane.
"Safari has never been happier. Really. I swear. #grumpycat," she Tweeted.
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