The Bachelor: After the Final Rose

Though there was no ‘The Women Tell All’ episode to follow up on Season 10 of The Bachelor, on Tuesday, 5/22, The Bachelor: After the Final Rose aired. The difference between this episode and ‘The Women Tell All’ was that not all of the bachelorettes were on the show, but just the final four plus Stephanie T., one of the more memorable bachelorettes of the season.

After the rejected woman of the final two, Bevin, had to talk with Andy for the first time after their ‘break-up,’ and she got teary all over again, out came his fiancé, Tessa, to joyfully reunite with Andy. Poor Bevin.

The Bachelor is as happy as can be being engaged to Tessa and they have made plans for her to move to Hawaii to be with him. There are no wedding plans just yet since Tessa likes to move more slowly than this show allowed them to. So, they plan to live together and enjoy their relationship in the real world for a while before diving into marriage, kids, and the whole deal.

Perhaps this will be one of The Bachelor couples that actually make it!

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3 Responses to “The Bachelor: After the Final Rose”


  1. 1 rosemaryseiter June 1, 2007 at 7:22 am

    i am so glad for andy and tessa i hope that when they do marry it is like my mom and dads was they were so happy for 43 years untill my mom passed in june of 04. to this day 3 years later he still loves her. it is that kind of love we all need and andy found that in tessa so with that i wish you all the best in life. congrats to you both.

  2. 2 abarclay12 July 5, 2007 at 7:08 am

    I think Bevin was on suicide watch for like three days after “The Women Tell All.” It was pretty messed up.

  3. 3 Happy July 5, 2007 at 7:26 am

    For all those that made negaive comments, I say that they are either jealoous or have no taste. A persn looks for sophistication, maturity and a good grasp of knowledge and I say Tess has all the qualities of a navy wife. I wish them the VERY BEST AND Contratulations to them both.


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