What 'Bachelor Pad' Couples Are Still Together?

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Bachelor Pad winners Dave and Natalie

Now that Bachelor Pad is over, we’re left wondering if any of the couples from the show are still together or if they’ve gone the way of most of the couples in The Bachelor franchise and split up? People.com has the goods on who’s still going strong and who has parted ways.

According to the website, Kiptyn and Tenley are still an item. The couple, who live close enough to each other to not have to endure a long distance relationship, are in no rush to speed through the dating process a la The Bachelor. Tenley says “There’s so much more to get to know about one another, so we’re going to date for awhile. Exclusively.” Sounds like a good idea!

Gia and Wes shared their first kiss as a couple during the reunion show, when Gia showed up after breaking up with her boyfriend in hopes of starting a relationship with Wes. Fortunately for her, he was still single, and very willing to give it a go! “Could you imagine if I had come here to make a move and he was in a relationship? I would have been devastated,” said Gia, And, of the now long distance relationship that they’re going to have to tackle, Wes said, “It’s going to be complicated, but maybe this was the way it was meant to play out all along. I waited and it paid off.”

Jesse and Elizabeth have split, and not on good terms. According to People.com, the pair has split for good within a few days of wrapping production. Elizabeth stated that “I feel stupid and embarrassed after seeing things he said about me. He gave me so many reasons behind the scenes to believe that he was falling.”

Natalie and David, the winners of the $250000 grand prize, started out as friends, but have let that friendship develop into more since a trip to Vegas. While there are no wedding bells now, Natalie says that. “If we lived in the same city . . . He probably would have asked me to marry him by now,”

So, do you think we’ll have a Bachelor Pad baby in the future? I guess time will tell!

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