Here's a look back at some of the other "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" couples: Rachel Lindsay was cast as the first black "Bachelorette," and her suitors were diverse in both age and race.
On Monday night it was revealed that she selected Bryan Abasolo and the couple are engaged.
With 31 men competing for her heart, Lindsay has her work cut out for her.
From a model to a pro wrestler to a "tickle monster," this bachelorette has an array of personalities to choose from when handing out roses.
Sean and Catherine Lowe, the only Bachelor and his winner to actually get married, are sharing their secrets to a lasting relationship.
Sean has told Entertainment Tonight that 'part of our success comes from the fact that we’ve – we’re not the typical Bachelor couple, you know? That's just not us.'The couple got engaged on the season 17 finale of The Bachelor, which aired in March 2013, before celebrating their wedding on live TV in 2014.
Pairings formed on The Bachelorette and Bachelor In Paradise have made it down the aisle, but other than Sean and Catherine, Jason and Molly are the only couple from The Bachelor to manage as much.
I mean, some of them are bound to meet someone they truly click with.
However, there have been some lasting relationships from . A bunch of super hot people, around the same age, film a once-in-a-lifetime experience together.
As Sean and Catherine have recalled, they didn't even manage to spend much time together on the show before getting engaged.
Catherine's estimated the cumulative amount as '70 hours maybe,' to which Sean replied: 'That's...