Vienna Girardi has a new love in her life!
The former Bachelor Pad star, who split with Bachelorette contestant Kasey Kahl in November, has welcomed a second puppy to her home.
"Meet Kylo! Chloe is a big sister now, she loves him," Girardi Tweeted Feb. 5, referring to her other petite pup.
Kasey Kahl knew his recent mug shot was no laughing matter, but says it was easy to smile when he did nothing wrong.
"I was really friendly, and I knew what was going on wasn't what it was in its entirety," the veteran of Bachelor Pad and The Bachelorette, 27, said of his Jan. 15 arrest and subsequent highly photogenic mug shot.
"I wasn't drunk. I smiled. I wasn't charged with anything. I wasn't convicted of anything. There were no charges filed. I just smiled because [jail personnel] told me to."
Kasey Kahl's publicist says the reported bar fight that led to his client's arrest on Sunday was instigated by fame seekers who likely attacked the reality star out of booze-fueled jealousy.
"We would not be surprised if these persons bent on attaining their 15 minutes of fame, while intoxicated and perhaps fueled by jealousy, will antagonize and attack stars such as Kasey in a Jersey Shore type brawl given the opportunity," Richard Harlow says in a statement.
He adds: "These persons wanted their 15 minutes, which they received, and now those 15 minutes are over. The recent reports emphasizing any brutality on his behalf and downplaying his act of self-defense are entirely speculative and false."
What started as innocent fun with friends turned into an arrest for reality star Kasey Kahl – and one heck of a mug shot.
The former Bachelor Pad and Bachelorette star, 27 – who is also the ex-boyfriend of Vienna Girardi – was taken into custody at 2:47 a.m. Sunday at Club Habanos in Fresno, Calif., authorities tell E! Online.
Kahl was booked on a drunk-and-disorderly-conduct charge, and released around 8:30 a.m.
Are Kasey Kahl and Vienna Girardi trying to salvage their relationship?
The former Bachelor Pad couple will take a seat on a therapist's couch next spring for VH1's new relationship counseling show, Couples Therapy.
In a series of one-hour episodes, therapist Dr. Jenn Berman will work with couples who are "at a crossroads" in high-profile relationships, as their ups and downs are chronicled in the media, according to a press release from VH1.
Over the course of three weeks, the couples will participate in group and individual therapy to try to resolve their issues.
It's another Bachelor break-up: Vienna Girardi and Kasey Kahl have called it quits.
"Yes vienna and I have split. It's been 5 weeks now. I can't fake it anymore. I will always love, be there for her, and wish her the best," Kahl, 27, posted to Twitter on Sunday.
"@KaseyRKahl will always be my best friend, but yes we have split. No idea what the future holds for us but we will always remain friends," Girardi, 25, posted to her account.
On last season's Bachelor Pad, Michelle Money and Graham Bunn looked like they were headed for coupledom. But now, the 2,000 miles between them is preventing their relationship from blossoming.
"I adore him and if we lived in the same city we'd be inseparable," Money, 30, told PEOPLE. The single mother lives in Salt Like City while Bunn, 32, lives in New York City.
"We need to be smart about it. I can't move my 6-year-old out to New York. It's not what I have envisioned for her at this point. And he can't move to Utah, so we're being realistic."
Of course, that's not what either of them want.
As Chris Harrison likes to remind viewers, Bachelor Pad is all about relationships.
With the final roses all handed out and the mansion shut down for a thorough sterilization, here's a guide to which couples are still going strong and which have called it quits.
Another season of Bachelor Pad has come and gone, and this year was full of some major twists and turns.
Two couples found themselves in the finale – and one couple walked away with $250,000 – but to get there took strategy, clever negotiating and walking on the tight rope of maintaining integrity.
As the remaining four couples found themselves in Vegas for the final challenge, we wondered who would have to be the person to make the dreaded decision of sending two couples home that week to get down to the final two couples to go to the finale.
Thankfully, one of the new twists of the season brought past Bachelor franchise alumni (Trista, Jason, and Ali) back to judge the final challenge and do part of the dirty work.
Michael Stagliano may have won Bachelor Pad with his former fiancée Holly Durst, but the finale proved to be as complicated as it was celebratory.
Before their victory was announced, the entrepreneur, 27, found out on camera that aspiring author Durst, 28, was newly engaged to fellow contestant Blake Julian.
Still recovering from the shock they'd heard only an hour before, they spoke with PEOPLE exclusively at the finale's taping last week in their hometown of Los Angeles.