Earlier this year, we were shocked to see Andi Dorfman leave “The Bachelor” after she accused Juan Pablo of being less than a gentleman when cameras weren’t rolling. Fortunately, the Atlanta based lawyer got a second chance at love when she was quickly cast as the next “Bachelorette,” which recently wrapped its 9th season. Now engaged and head over heels for her fiance Josh Murray, only time will tell if these two crazy kids actually make it down the aisle. If history tells us anything, not every couple lives happily ever after. Click through to see what all of the former “Bachelorette” ladies are up to today.
Trista Rehn (Season 1)
After being runner up on the first season of “The Bachelor,” Rehn found herself named the very first “Bachelorette.” In the end, she chose firefighter Ryan Sutter, whom she would marry on December 6, 2003 on national TV.
Trista and Ryan go down as one of the dating series’ most successful couples, having been married for more than a decade and creating two beautiful kids. Earlier this year, the two appeared on the celebrity edition of We’s “Marriage Bootcamp,” but still appear to be happy as ever.
Meredith Phillips (Season 2)
The makeup artist appeared on season 2 and became engaged to Ian McKee on the last episode.
Unfortunately, Phillip and McKee’s relationship was the first in “Bachelorette” history to fail. After breaking up in 2005, Phillip secretly battled alcoholism and only spoke recently about her decision to get sober in a TV interview.
Jennifer Schefft (Season 3)
After being chosen by Andrew Firestone (above) on “The Bachelor” and breaking up, the publicist tried her luck once again as “The Bachelorette.” Unfortunately, it seemed all hope was lost after she rejected both of her top two choices in the final episode.
Four years after her TV stint, Schefft married fellow PR exec Joe Waterman and had two children, one of which is now her Twitter avi (above).
DeAnna Pappas (Season 3)
The pretty real estate agent planned to marry Jesse Csincsak (above) in May 2009, but cancelled the wedding months before. He would go on to marry “Bachelor” contestant Ann Lueders.
Today, Deanna is married to Stephen Stagliano–a high school teacher– and also has a daughter named Addison Marie.
Jillian Harris (Season 4)
Harris, an interior designer, seemed to have found love with Ed Swiderski (above), but the two never made it down the aisle after breaking up in July 2010.
Today, it seems Harris is still on her search for love, but doing great in her professional life as the host of “Canada’s Handyman Challenge” on HGTV.
Ali Fedowtowsky (Season 5)
In 2010, Fedowtowsky and her beau Roberto Martinez made for one of “The Bachelorette’s” best looking couples. Unfortunately, they broke up a little over a year after the finale, but remain friends.
Today, fans can catch Ali everyday as a correspondent on “E! News Live,” where she also writes a blog for both “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette.”
Ashley Hebert (Season 6)
Ashley seemed head over heels for J.P Rosenbaum when she chose him over Ben Flajnik. Are they still going strong today?
Yes, they are! JP and Ashley filmed their 2012 wedding for ABC and are expecting a baby boy later this year.
Emily Maynard (Season 7)
We were rooting for the single mother to find true love and a potential stepfather for her only daughter.
Unfortunately, she and Jef Holm didn’t last, but she has since married Tyler Johnson, a man she met at church.
Desiree Hartsock (Season 8)
Last year, the bridal stylist hoped to plan for her own wedding after choosing Chris Seigfried as her potential husband.