- Out of 44 total seasons of The Bachelor and Bachelorette, only 11 couples have ever gotten married following the show.
- Out of the 11 total marriages in The Bachelor universe, two of them were to the runner up, after the final rose was given out to someone else.
LOS ANGELES – The 19th season of The Bachelorette officially premiered on ABC on Monday night and this new season features two bachelorette contestants, instead of the original one-woman format.
With this show historically having dramatic endings, online sportsbooks have odds for if each bachelorette will get married to either the runner-up or the contestant who receives the final rose at the end of the show.
With this different bet available, they have a contingency that for the bets to cash out, there must be a final rose ceremony.
Will Gabby Marry First Runner Up In 2022 Or 2023?
- Yes +300
- No -500
Will Rachel Recchia Marry First Recipient of Final Rose In 2022 Or 2023?
- Yes +400
- No -700
The two women on the show were both from a previous season of The Bachelor, Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia. Both women made it to the top three of Clayton’s season of The Bachelor, where he lied to all three of the final contestants, ending in nobody saying yes to his proposal.
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Past Seasons Ending In Marriage, Drama Or Both
Out of the 26 bachelor seasons, and 18 bachelorette seasons that have been aired, only 11 couples have actually gotten married from the show. In order to bet on the future propositions for season 19 of The Bachelorette, the past trends point to betting on neither woman will end up married in 2022-2023.
Even though it is uncommon for any of the contestants to actually get married, Molly Malaney was the runner-up of Jason Mesnick in 2009, but he changed his mind after the final roses were given out, and the two ended up getting married in 2010.
This is not the only time the runner-up ended up getting married to The Bachelor. Arie Luyendyk took back his final rose the next day and then married the runner-up Lauren Burnham.
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