Physical therapist Trista Rehn, a finalist on the original edition of The Bachelor, achieved the storybook ending on the inaugural season of "The Bachelorette" in January 2003, choosing hunky fireman Ryan Sutter and marrying him in December 2003. The couple have two children, Blakesley and Max.
Makeup artist Meredith Phillips picked Ian Mckee over Matthew Hickl on the show's second season, though their engagement and love would wash away quicker than mascara, as the pair ended their relationship in February 2005.
We first got to know Chicago publicist Jennifer Schefft on the third season of "The Bachelor", when she was given the final rose by winemaker Andrew Firestone. She later came "The Bachelorette" for the show's third season, declaring both Jerry Ferris and John Paul Merritt "Mr. Wrong" on the finale. She would find love when the cameras were off, marrying Joe Waterman in May 2009. She's now pregnant with the couple's first child, and due in November 2010.
Quirky real estate agent DeAnna Pappas chose Jesse Csincsak over Jason Mesnick on the show's fourth season, though their engagement would fall apart quicker than a three-day old wedding cake. The couple, who were slated to be married in May 2009, called it quits in November 2008.
Canadian interior designer Jillian Harris picked Ed Swiderski over Kiptyn Locke on the fifth season of the show. The pair is engaged and currently living in Ed's hometown of Chicago.
Blonde beauty Ali Fedotowsky was rejected by Jake Pavelka on "The Bachelor", but now has a shot at love with 30 beefcakes on the show's sixth season.
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