The Bachelors: Where Are They Now?
The Bachelors: where are they now? is a questions for fans of the television show that has now been on the airwaves for several years. It's amazing how time flies when you're voyeuristically spying on someone's love life, isn't it? Some folks could not give a care about the lot of these television dating game participants, but for other hard-core fans, where the bachelors have ended up is an essential. Even if you're not a fan of the show, it just may interest you to see what happens to folks after they've been the focus of extreme media blitz.
Bachelor Jason Mesnick. The thirteenth bachelor Jason Mesnick is the only participant to actually marry the woman he met on the show. Molly Malaney and Mesnick married as a result of the planned meeting on the television program.
Bachelor Alex Michel. Alex was the first bachelor featured on the TV program in season one in 2002 and now works in New York City in the media industry. CNN reports that Michel also works as a consultant for the Princess Cruise Line. The ship company features romantic cruise offerings. Michel's bachelorette pick, Amanda March, is history, and the two split before the show featuring the two even aired. Extra media reporting claims Michel works as an "online relationship consultant." Whatever that means...
Bachelor Andrew Firestone. The third bachelor featured on the television love fest, Firestone didn't end up marrying anyone involved in the show, but he did meet a model as a result of his appearance. He is married to his love and continues to be employed at his family business producing wines and growing grapes for the winery. The couple currently lives on his Santa Barbara, California family estate.
Bachelor Jesse Palmer. The quest of bachelor five, Jesse Palmer, worked out better than other bachelor candidates, although he failed to find true love on the television airwaves. The former real-life professional NFL football player has taken is love of football to become a sports broadcaster for ESPN but his bachelorette is nowhere to be seen at present time. Rumor has it that Jesse is still available. Perhaps an ESPN Dating Game show is in the works?
Bachelor Travis Stork. The good looks of this medical doctor turned television bachelor failed to win his choice a wedding ring, but Dr. Travis continues to win female hearts as a host on the television show "The Doctors." His current show uses every opportunity to show the good doctor in his well-fitting scrubs. The show's producers also feature Dr. Stork without his shirt at least once a month to keep female "The Bachelor" fans titillated.
Bachelor Prince Lorenzo Borghese. The prince of a bachelor failed to find love, but Prince Lorenzo now offers a line of pet products, named the Royal Treatment, natch, on the Internet. He also cuddles up on the cold winter nights with the Home Shopping Network to peddle his wares to the public. No love connection with his bachelorette was made on the show, however.
Bachelor Aaron Buerge. Continuing in the family banking business today, Buerge failed to make the love connection on the television show, but did get married in 2009. He currently works as the vice-president at his family's bank chain.
Bachelor Bob Guiney. Mr. Guiney fell for Estella Gardinier on the show, but the romance fizzled when the studio lights were dimmed. Guiney currently works as a mortgage broker at his own lending company and went on to star as a marriage prospect on the partner show "The Bachelorette." Some guys never give up in the quest for fame and, perhaps, true love in the television lights.