Biggest loser couples that are dating
Contestants Antoine Dove and Alexandra White fell for each other during the eighth season of "The Biggest Loser." During the dramatic weigh-in on the finale of the show, the pair got engaged on national television, when Dove dropped to one knee and popped the question to his very shocked girlfriend.
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So perhaps this upcoming season of "The Bachelorette," which begins May 14, should take a page from another reality TV series -- "The Biggest Loser." Surprised? "The Biggest Loser," which closed its 13th season on Tuesday night, has proven to be more successful at linking up couples in the love department than both "The Bachelorette" and "The Bachelor" combined, which, collectively, have been on air for 23 seasons and only produced one successful relationship (two if you count Ryan Mesnick, who married Molly, the runner-up on his season of "The Bachelor").
"The Biggest Loser," which challenges contestants to lose weight for a cash prize, is just as much about self-transformation and learning to love your body (in a healthy way) as it is about shedding pounds.
He eventually won two state championships, earned all-American status three times and represented the U. Instead, Matt was unable to achieve any of his important wrestling goals due to injuries.
He was disappointed in himself and in his performance.
) and winner Ryan Sutter.(Oh yeah: After dumping Molly Malaney, then Melissa Rycroft, Bachelor Jason Mesnick married Molly this spring. )But reality TV isn't all fauxmance and failure—at least five series have seen some : Proving that love can conquer even a Skype cheating scandal, Rachel Reilly accepted her season 12 housemate Brendon Villegas' marriage proposal; season 11 winner Jordan Lloyd is still romancing housemate and : Marty Wolff and met his wife Amy during the third season of the reality weight-loss show in 2007, got married in March 2008, and welcomed their first son in 2009.
Season-two winner Matt Hoover has been married to castmate Suzy Preston since 2008; the couple have two children.
SCORE: Two marriagesproduced two enduring marriages. Housemates Pam Ling (currently a professor at UC-San Francisco) and writer and comic-book artist Judd Winick started dating after the show wrapped and have been married since 2001.
Alexandra and Antoine: Like we mentioned, these two found each other in the most recent season.
Please try not to look at one slice of Rachel's journey and come to broad conclusions.