By which I mean — the the show, and get together on their own. Except for the part where they've made six couples now, twice as many as the shows they originally starred on — that part's just embarrassing.are dating game shows, but to the surprise of many, they often result in real love — albeit sometimes indirectly."She has a firm hold on my heart," the 28-year-old dentist said.
It was part of that week’s competition), but Blake ruffled some feathers when he chose Holly to accompany him on the date he won for besting his fellow contenders in the kissing competition.Is it just me who finds that title a little jarring?If you’ve read it, I’d love to hear your thoughts on the book.The 12-year-old franchise is built around a basic premise: One Bachelor or Bachelorette chooses from 25 contestants, with the promise of a proposal in the finale.Drama often steals the spotlight from romance with the amount of catfights, name-calling, and tears that ensue.[Michael] has an understanding that things are getting pretty serious." VIDEO: Watch Holly and Michael compete in the final challenge But Michael, who had his own romantic feelings for Holly, wasn't aware quite how serious her relationship with Blake had become. "We got engaged," Holly responded, followed by an uncomfortable pause. Kasey serenades Vienna "I'm sorry, that's super awkward," Michael said. I'm shocked still -- so maybe a water would be great, or a commercial break.