However, all that is behind us now, and we now know she was crying with joy as ZAC went down on a knee, Neil Lane diamond ring in his hand, and proposed marriage to her. It's been some time since the season wrapped up filming and Bachelor Nation fans need fresher updates on this couple.
The franchise's host Chris Harrison has come through one more time, giving fans the answers that they need. “It pains me there’s no AFR live special this #Bachelorette season,” he wrote on his Twitter handle.
“Due to being pushed into the holidays and the difficulty of bringing people safely together during this time it just wasn’t possible. Fans are coming up with a number of theories after this announcement was made, and some of them are of the belief that maybe it's because the couple is no longer together.
“Soon my guess is that b/c Tasha & ZAC haven’t posted anything on social media now that the finale aired they aren’t together anymore & things may have ended on bad terms & that’s why we did not have an After the Final Rose Ceremony #AFR” wrote another. “I'm the happiest I've been, and I feel like our relationship is just so different from anything that I've experienced, and I thought I'd be blessed to have,” Tasha told ET's Lauren Lima on Wednesday.
Tasha said goodbye to Ivan due to religious differences, and eliminated Ben again after he met her family. In the months since, Tasha and ZAC have grown closer on their “Happy Couple” weekends, and just like any relationship, they've experienced a few growing pains.
“I'm going to be bi coastal, so I'm going to be in New York quite a bit but also here in Orange County,” Tasha explained. The pair has talked about eventually settling down on one coast, and they've also had serious conversations about having kids.
ZAC admitted on the show that until recently, he didn't think marriage or children were in his future. But he assured Tasha that she changed that for him, and he even joked about making “babies” after they got engaged.
“And like, I think there were things about the single life that I liked, like waking up on a Saturday morning, just going and playing golf, and not having to... relationships are tough.” The Bachelorette wrapped its season 16 filming on September 1, so it’s been over two months since ZAC received the final rose.
Some fans felt Tasha repeatedly saying “I wish” when talking about whether her mystery Los Angeles Lakers admirer was an exciting, star player was an indicator that she’s a single woman not in a committed relationship. “There’s a lot that’s going to happen that I guarantee nobody will expect, especially the ending,” she told Rachel Lindsay and Becca Turin on the podcast, Bachelor Happy Hour.
With both Tasha and Reality Steve promising a less-than-conventional ending for The Bachelorette, there’s reason to expect something a little more wild than ZAC getting the final rose but opting against a proposal. That’s a rare ending for the show, but not an especially wild one, especially considering it’s an abridged season and Tasha already told the contestants she wasn’t expecting to get engaged.
The other four are Trista Rein Sutter, Desiree Hart sock Siegfried, Tojo Fletcher, and Rachel Lindsay. The only Bachelor still with the recipient of their final rose is Sean Lowe, who is now married to his choice Catherine Guiding.
However, that doesn’t include Weber, Are Lundy, and Jason Me snick who each began relationships with women who didn’t get the final rose. Though her season was set to start filming that month, production was pushed back because of the current health crisis.
Given that Clare decided on her winner before the finale and was ready to leave the Bachelorette set with him, ABC had to rush to find a new lead. Tasha replaced Clare as the new Bachelorette in August, and her season finished filming in September.
Reality Steve revealed on his Instagram in November 2020 that Tasha’s final four are ZAC Clark, Brendan Morris, Ben Smith and Ivan Hall. According to Reality Steve, Tasha chose ZAC because he opened up to her the most and felt the most confident in their relationship, as he was one of the few men who told her that he loves her.
Brendan’s recent divorce was the reason he left the show, as he wasn’t ready for an engagement or another serious relationship yet. According to the site, Brendan was who Tasha wanted to give her final rose two, and she was “distraught” when he left the show.
Though ZAC and Tasha are still together, Reality Steve has doubts that they’ll stay together, as he’s had sources tell him they aren’t together, or they’re not going to last. Please note that if you purchase something by clicking on a link within this story, we may receive a small commission of the sale.
It is no secret at this point Clare Crawley ends up leaving her own season in the middle as she falls head over heels for Dale Moss. While Tasha Adams did come in filled the shoes, that Clare had left empty, she is yet to meet her suitors, some old, some new.
Reality Steve is the app laudable website, that brings all the gossip and spoilers from T bachelor and The Bachelorette before the episodes are released. In the latest report on the Reality Steve website, it has been revealed that Tasha's front-runners this season are going to be Ben Smith, ZAC Clark, Brendan Morris, and Ivan Hall.
However, things get murky when Tasha had her heart set on Brendan Morais, but he decided to leave the show, voluntarily. Dale Moss also made his Instagram public and professed his love for Clare openly in a caption that says, “Never a point I won’t show up for you.” This was accompanied by some really romantic pictures of their engagement.
Tune in today to stay updated with all the latest news and headlines from the world of entertainment. ), we decided it was the perfect time to check in on season five's couples and see which ones were able to make it work in the real-world.
Plus, we also have updates on all the couples that made it to the end of the inaugural season of CBS' US version of Love Island. The winners of the inaugural season of the U.S. version (who paired up on day one and never parted) dated for several months before calling it quits at the end of 2019.
While they didn't win, the fan-favorite couple were making long distance work, traveling to spend the holidays together. But fans are speculating the pair have since split after Ray and Car both deleted all photos of one another from their Instagram pages.
After delivering one of the US version's most unexpected couplings, with Kyra choosing to leave the show to see if she still had a shot with Cashed after sending him home…except he had already come back, the musically inclined couple, who started their own YouTube channel, split in October. In February 2020, with Cashed learning on the # Filter podcast that Kyra had unfollowed on him on social media.
Despite the other couples in the villa and most of America not fully believing in their future, Weston and Emily managed to date IRL for a bit before going their separate ways. While neither publicly commented on the split, Emily revealed in an Instagram post she was spending Valentine's Day solo.
The winners of the first-ever winter season of Love Island coupled up almost immediately, staying together despite all the obstacles the villa presented. “So excited for everything to come with this one, here's to the future,” Finley captioned a photo announcing they were moving into their first apartment together.
After initially having a rough-go of it in the villa, Spanwise found her fairy tale romance after Luke was brought in. The pair would go on to come in second place and have been inseparable since returning to the real world, moving into their first apartment together in May.
“In you I've found the love of my life & my truest friend,” the beauty consultant captioned a recent photo of the couple, while Luke threw his girlfriend a lavish Disney-themed 26th birthday party. The scaffold er became one of the most hated men in the U.K. when he dumped fan-favorite Shauna Phillips after falling for Molly during his stay at Casey Armor, with the public eventually voting the pair out of the villa.
While he started off season six as a fan-favorite, Na's ended up losing support after breaking things off with Demi Jones to be with Eva postcard Armor. I think it was brought about more from his behalf than mine, but we're mutual and friendly,” Demi told Mainline in June 2020.
Luke has since coupled up with season five's blonde bombshell Lucie Dollar, with the pair confirming their romance in July 2020. Season six's low-key pair came in fourth place, going on to date for several months before breaking up in June 2020.
“To confirm, myself and Shed have split, we are still good friends and I wish him all the best x,” Jess informed her Instagram followers. After getting together just weeks before the finale, with Greg being one of the last Islanders to join the villa, the fan-favorite pair managed to win season five.
After some mild controversy and back and forth between the couple over how exactly the split went down (apparently Greg, a rugby player based in Ireland, ended it via text), Amber said on Loose Women, “I think the careers and the distance was always a factor. After a dramatic start to their romance, the Instagram influencer and the boxer quickly became season five's most solid couple...which is why it was so surprising when they came in second.
But the young couple (they're both just 21) are still together and seem happier than ever, recently vacationing in the Maldives and sparking engagement rumors after he gifted her with a ring for Christmas. Arguably one of season five's most polarizing pairs after enduring their fair share of drama, Curtis and Maura proved their doubters wrong: the couple is still together, with Maura currently competing on Dance On Ice in the UK and Curtis, a professional ballroom dancer, landing a gig on Greatest Dancer.
“I think trust one another, don't believe everything you read in the press and one main thing: don't let fame get to your head,” Maura said on UK's This Morning of how they've made their relationship has worked. “Curtis and I have made the decision to separate,” Higgins wrote in a note posted to her Instagram Stories.
“We enjoyed a great experience from our time in the villa and want to thank everyone for supporting our relationship,” While they got together later than a majority of the couples in the villa, with the fan-favorite Movie making his debut during the infamous Casey Armor episodes and India joining even later, the pair made it to the finals, coming in third place.
Shortly after winners Amber, Movie's BFF, and Greg announced their split, the professional basketball player and the model quietly parted ways as well. Fans were surprised when Lucie and Joe, who first paired up together on day one before he was voted out of the villa, and she quickly moved on by dating multiple other men in the villa (and admitting to having serious feelings for a taken Tommy), revealed they were dating after their season ended.
But just like their initial romance, the surfer and the sandwich maker's second attempt fizzled out, with the couple splitting in early December 2019. While they were the second season five couple to call it quits soon after their time in the villa came to an end, Anton and Belle remained friends, though he ruled out any chance of a romantic rekindling.
Just when viewers were worried all hope was lost for season three fan favorite Camilla, Jamie, a Calvin Klein model who also read books (aka a villa unicorn) entered late in the game, and it was clear who he had shown up for. While they ultimately finished in second, Camilla and Jamie are still going strong over two years later, living together and starting their own company, Love Jamila.
Despite her surprise early ouster from the villa (with DOM choosing to remain in the game) and the cheating allegations that followed, DOM and Jess proved to be one of the series' strongest love stories, continuing their relationship after he was voted off the show. Here's to 2020 with a full heart and everything I could ever want,” Jess wrote in an Instagram post on New Year's Day.
Talk about the ultimate Love Island success story: season two's winning pair after meeting in the villa in 2015. After Cara learned she was pregnant with their first child in May 2017, the couple briefly split before reconciling and welcoming their son, Freddie, in December 2017.