Football player Jesse Palmer was known for being the first non-American Bachelor (because he was Canadian) and also for forgetting a woman's name during the first rose ceremony (which actually doesn't seem that hard to do).
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Byron proposed to Mary Delgado, who also competed in season four, in Spanish so that her Cuban parents could understand.
She accepted, but they never actually married before breaking up in 2009.
Bachelor Alex Michel did not propose to Amanda Marsh, but he did pick her over Trista Rehn at the end of the six-episode season. They are miraculously still together with two kids!
Andrew Firestone is the first Bachelor whose name we actually remember!
Unfortunately, his relationship with Jen Schefft did not pan out after his proposal, because they broke up after just a few months.
Bob Guiney,got his own time in the love-finding spotlight, but he didn't end up proposing to his winner, Estella Gardinier.
better for him after proposing to Emily Maynard over Chantal O'Brien, though they broke up before the season was even done airing. Winemaker and Ashley Hebert's runner-up Ben Flajnik did propose to Courtney Robertson in the season 16 finale, but they couldn't even wait for the show to finish airing before they broke up.
They got back together later, and then broke up again just a couple months later. After losing out on Brad "Forever Alone" Womack, Ashley Hebert actually managed to successfully find love with J. They tried again, and even got engaged again, but they were over by October. After breaking up with Brad Womack twice, Emily Maynard got a second (third?
In a completely-the-opposite-of-shocking turn of events, De Anna and Jesse broke up after just a few months of dating.
In another infamous season finale, De Anna Pappas' reject, Jason Mesnick, first proposed to Melissa Rycroft.
Let's take a look back at all the love connections made (or not) on the ABC reality hit!