The Bachelorette is a show for suitors to find love, but that isn’t always how it ends. Despite that, the show does have a few success stories.
The Bachelorette has been on the air since the beginning of 2003 as a female-led spinoff of The Bachelor. While the premise of the show is to try and find someone that the Bachelorette lead is compatible with through a group of men – with the possibility of an engagement by the end of it -, that isn’t always the case.
During each Bachelorette finale, the final male suitor left on the show gets down on one knee to propose marriage. While marriage is what the show’s end goal is, a proposal doesn’t always happen. Otherwise, the pair just pursuits a relationship outside of the show. Other times, a proposal does happen, and while some of the couples do wind up married, that isn’t always the case.
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After years of the show being on the air, The Bachelorette is now airing season 16 on ABC. Out of the 15 couples that have become engaged in the series, only five of them are still together, including the season 16 couple Clare Crawley and Dale Moss. That’s because, just two weeks into filming, Clare fell in love with Dale, one of her suitors competing. The couple went on to become engaged on the show, and are still together as of now. This led to a new Bachelorette, Tayshia Adams, to be brought in. Now, the viewers are tuning in to watch her journey to find love.
With Clare and Dale still being together, they join Trista and Ryan Sutter, Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried, JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers, and Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo as the couples from The Bachelorette that have ended in a success story. Unfortunately, even though this is a show where the contestants are meant to find love, that is not always what happens.
Despite that, when a couple from the show does work out, it leaves the fans with a lot of joy and hope that the journey on the show actually worked. The fans can currently watch Tayshia on her journey with the remaining suitors as her journey is just beginning. But one thing fans know for certain, it wouldn’t be The Bachelorette if there wasn’t some drama involved.
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The Bachelorette airs Tuesdays at 8PM EST on ABC.
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