And considering the way Ash Lee took Sean’s dismissal, we’re guessing the icy stare version of a tweet isn’t gonna come out of her camp anytime soon...
It is a truth universally acknowledged that if you go on The Bachelor, there is no returning to the normal dating pool. You are now only allowed to go out with other candidates who once vied for a rose from a former Bachelor/ette. (Sad thing is, I can't really think of a single couple paired up during the show who's actually made it, aside from my personal favorites, Ashley Hebert and J. Rosenbaum, as well as throwback couple Trista and Ryan Sutter.)Perhaps once you've competed for the heart of another human being in a huge, fake house with tacky vases that's dressed up like the inside of a genie's bottle, there's no going back to the Muggle dating ritual.
(Hint: The show's record is even worse than we imagined.) Here's a comprehensive history of every couple to ever be born out of a final rose.
“At the lowest time of our life, it was like a miracle that happened for us because we get a chance to have a piece of Ricky left.” “I can’t describe how happy and how excited we are,” Hendrick said. The National Enquirer went so far as to announce that the two were engaged in this story from their January 29, 2007 issue (Click to enlarge): The 2007 story was completely bogus but it does appear as though Emily and Dale, Jr.
dated for a brief while prior to Emily dating Ricky Hendrick.
There is no absolute concrete proof one way or the other, but here is a photo of Emily Maynard and Dale Earhardt, Jr.
Video: Emily Maynard Talks Life After Brad Womack "Game day.
Gross apartments, texting under the table, noncommittal statements...