As for the other 14, De Anna takes half to Hollywood's Magic Castle and the rest to Dodger Stadium for baseball swatting, national-anthem mangling and tips on love from Tommy Lasorda.Later, there's a push-up contest, and at the rose ceremony, three must go.Season 4, Episode 2May 26, 2008The 15 Week 1 survivors arrive at De Anna's villa to learn that Jeremy, Jesse and Richard, the three who received "first-impression" roses, get to live there for a week.Then De Anna and Graham go to a beach for sun, surf and serious talk.Millions of viewers saw him propose to her with an estimated ,000, 4.25-carat, platinum square-cut halo-style diamond Neil Lane engagement ring.The two now star on the Freeform reality show On Tuesday's episode, Higgins told Bushnell he wanted to call off their wedding."I feel like we have so much to figure out that it's hard for me at this point to really feel comfortable getting married," he said."So you're saying the wedding is off? "I am."The couple remains together."I'm not leaving you," Higgins told Bushnell. Don't think that for a second."She later said, that "if Ben needs a little more time to feel comfortable getting married, that he should really have it because in the end, it won't matter if this wedding's a little bit later."Overall, just three out of 20 couples have gone on to wed and live happily ever after together—examples include Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter and Catherine Giudice and Sean Lowe.
And 10 accompany De Anna to a dude ranch, where Jeremy and Ron get into an argument.And other casting calls that upset fans • Heather Cranford appeared on two seasons of the "Bachelor" and got dumped by both Aaron Buerge and Byron Velvick. Until she re-met a dude she went to high school with, and they ended up getting married."We lived three streets away from each other growing up," she says.Rumor has it that Vienna will be his final choice, though meanwhile the whole world is expressing a strong preference for Tenley.
But before Jake flies off into the sunset with either of these ladies, we thought we'd take a look back and catch you up on where some of the "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" contestants past have ended up.Any who, we bet their daughter, Addison Marie, 2, is super excited to be a big sister.