Luckily though, Ben tried a more traditional dating method the second time around, and met his current girlfriend Stephanie Winn on the app Tinder.The two have been dating since around December 2013.OK, so she wasn't officially the Bachelorette, but Britt was an important part of what ended up being Kaitlyn Bristowe's season, so I think she deserves a check-in.Obviously, Britt was dating Brady Toops while the season was still filming, but the two later broke up after about six months together, and now Britt has found new love with a man I shall call @jerjoe83, because his profile doesn't include his name in real life.Ali Fedotowsky and her winner Roberto Martinez only made it to 2011, but Ali didn't spend much time moping around.
Sadly it was not to be, and they broke up for good in 2012.
But, on Instagram, the pair is adorable together, and I'm so glad to see Britt isn't letting her lack of success on the show get her down.
Chris Soules ended his season engaged to Whitney Bischoff, but, sadly, the two broke up shortly afterward. Well, as of January 2016, Chris was still a self-proclaimed singleton, while Whitney has snagged herself a boyfriend named Ricky Angel. Emily Maynard had two engagements through The Bachelor franchise: one to Brad Womack on Season 15 of The Bachelor, and one to Jef Holm on Season 8 of The Bachelorette.
After taking two ill-fated shots at televised love — one with De Anna Pappas on Season 11 of The Bachelor and one with Emily Maynard on Season 15 — Brad Womack seems to be all tuckered out.
By now, I'm sure we've all noticed that everyone's favorite reality TV show doesn't have the highest record for getting couples together that stay together, but what about after the show? After all, it's not like the cameras go off and After The Final Rose airs, and, if you haven't found love yet, you disappear into a puff of smoke!
Sure, the majority of the viewing public goes from intensely interested in your relationship and all of your choices to largely losing interest when and if things don't work out, but we're not the majority.