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Stars of 'The Bachelorette': Where are they now?

A look at what happened after the final rose

By Diane Vadino
Special to MSN TV

With contributions from Michelle Strub, MSN TV

After a hometown date from hell, Sean Lowe decided to let early frontrunner and fan-favorite Desiree Hartsock go in a heartbreaking scene on last season's "The Bachelor." Des, as we came to know her, pleaded that he was making a big mistake as she hurried to the getaway limo, leaving audiences stunned. "The Bachelor" eventually ended with Sean proposing to Seattle graphic designer Catherine Giudici and a follow-up longer-than-expected stint on "Dancing With the Stars." As for Des? Well, the 27-year-old bridal stylist from Los Angeles is the latest star of "The Bachelorette," premiering Monday, May 27, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. Des has since realized that she and Sean were never meant to be and now has 25 chances at finding her "best friend" and perhaps someone who will put a ring on it.

While the "Bachelor" nation has spawned a shocking number of marriages and long-term relationships, these have generally happened off the show -- or on "Bachelor Pad" or "Bachelor" reunions -- rather than on the main franchise itself. Here, we take a look at what happened to some of the stars of "The Bachelorette" and whether that final rose (and ring) really resulted in a walk down the aisle.

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"The Bachelorette" Season 9 premieres Monday, May 27, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.


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