What 25 Of The Bachelorette's Hottest Contestants Are Up To Now

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"The Bachelorette" has been on the air for a whopping 18 seasons, beginning with Trista Rehn's search for love in 2003. Over that course of time, we have been introduced to hundreds of male suitors, many of them blessed with chiseled abs and cheeky smiles. While we could not possibly catch up with each and every hottie the show has ever featured, we thought it would be cool to check in with some of our favorite cast-offs from previous seasons of "The Bachelorette." And don't worry, we left off anyone too controversial, no matter how handsome. That said, if villains are your thing, you can find at least one of them — Chad Johnson – over on OnlyFans

We went for a mix of men who are still very much in the public eye — like Tyler Cameron, whose assets have made headlines – and men who have returned to their normal lives, but all of these guys were standouts on their seasons. We did not include anyone who "won" their initial season, nor did we include contestants who later went on to be "The Bachelor" themselves. It's also too soon for Michelle Young's candidates.

The men we chose are not just handsome, but they are also charismatic, smart, and successful in a variety of ways. Here are 25 of "The Bachelorette's" all-time hottest contestants, and what they are up to now.

Ben Smith

Ben Smith was a contestant on Season 16 of "The Bachelorette," which began with Clare Crawley and, once she left the show, continued with Tayshia Adams. He was the runner-up for Adams' portion of the season. Smith's time on the show was meaningful, as the army veteran opened up about a number of important issues, including his struggle with bulimia and his past suicide attempts. Rarely do we see that kind of depth from Bachelor Nation conversations, particularly in discussions initiated by male contestants.

Smith is extremely active on social media and has used his fame to promote Rodeo Athletic (formerly Bodybuilding Club), his "strength and conditioning" gym located in Los Angeles, right near The Grove. He offers in-person training, online training, and nutrition guides, and also sells clothing and merch with the brand's name. Smith's Instagram is basically one big gym ad, but since it involves lots of goofy humor and very short shorts, we're cool with it. 

Smith has also used social media and his business to promote causes he cares about, such as LGBTQ rights. For instance, in December 2021, he put on a charity workout for The Trevor Project, a non-profit focused on LGBTQ youth suicide prevention. Like most reality stars, Smith does Cameo and promotes the occasional random product, but we appreciate his focus on truly connecting with fans by posting funny photos, doing Q&As, and even sharing his music playlists.

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Mikey Tenerelli

There is no shortage of "The Bachelorette" hotties who are working in fitness, which makes sense when you think about the kinds of bodies that the show features. Mikey Tenerelli is one of these contestants, the owner of a Chicago-area gym called CrossFit Alpha Dog. Tenerelli was a suitor on Season 9 of "The Bachelorette," where he courted Desiree Hartsock before he was let go in week five. He was also a contestant on the second season of "Bachelor in Paradise," which he eventually quit before the end.

In addition to his gym, Tenerelli — who was credited as a "plumbing contractor" on the show — has also continued to work in sanitation. According to his LinkedIn, he is a vice president at Caldwell Plumbing company. Their website claims they brings in $10 million per year, and Tenerelli's role appears to be in sales. Outside of his professional pursuits, Tenerelli has also found success on the personal front. Per his Instagram, he got married to a woman named Katelyn in February 2022. Tenerelli told E! News after their wedding, "We knew it was meant to be when not only we had an amazing bond, but our families met and we all became one."

While he mentions his "Bachelor" connection in his Instagram bio, his online persona is focused on his relationship and family, with lots of travel pics and not a whole lot of shirts.

Chris Lambton

With all of his post-show accomplishments, it is easy to forget that Chris Lambton first came to prominence as a contestant on Season 6 of "The Bachelorette." Lambton was the runner-up for Ali Fedotowsky's final rose, but he left the show with enough notoriety that he was able to translate it into a career in media. Lambton has appeared on numerous home improvement programs, capitalizing on his skills as a landscaper. He is one of the judges on the Discovery+ show "Clipped," alongside Martha Stewart, and has appeared on HGTV and DIY shows such as "HGTV Dream Home," "Tree House Special," "HGTV SmartHome," HGTV's Rose Parade, and more.

In 2017, Lambton briefly had his own show, "Lawn & Order," which he co-hosted for HGTV. He has also been a host on "Yard Crashers" and co-hosted "Going Yard," so if you need some tips for curb appeal, he's your guy. His co-host is wife Peyton Lambton (née Wright), a fellow Bachelor Nation alum whom he met through a mutual friend (per his website bio). 

The couple celebrated being married for a decade, and they live with their two children in Cape Cod, where Lambton grew up. Alongside his brother, he also runs his family's landscaping business, E. Lambton Landscaping, and together with his wife, has a line of outdoor products for sale on HSN. In 2021, Lambton told the New York Post that he was at one time being considered to be The Bachelor, but it seems that things worked out just fine anyway.

Riley Christian

Riley Christian was one of the most appealing contestants on Season 16 of "The Bachelorette." An attorney with a gorgeous smile, Christian was in tune with his feelings and seemed readily able to commit. Though he was let go in week 9, Christian returned for the seventh season of "Bachelor in Paradise," winning the whole thing and becoming part of the first Black couple in "BiP" history to become engaged on the show (per People). Unfortunately, Christian and his fiancé Maurissa Gunn broke up in January 2022, but that only means that Christian is back on the market for some lucky lady out there.

While his personal life has stalled, Christian's professional life is firing on all gears. The Detroit native appears to have moved to New York City since his time on the show, where he is still practicing law. In fact, Christian started his own firm, Christian Law P.C., in March 2022 (per his LinkedIn). He also brands himself as an advocate for wellness and mental health on all of his social networks, though his Instagram is more shirtless workouts and posed suit photos than anything else (and we are not complaining!). There are no signs of any relationship on his social media, but he does have a few posts dedicated to one very special woman – his mother. Christian's Instagram also features the occasional Bachelor Nation friend, like Ivan Hall, Clayton Echard, and Olumide Onajide.

Kiptyn Locke

Let's go way back to Season 5 of "The Bachelorette," which aired in 2009 and featured Jillian Harris in the leading role. Harris' runner-up was Kiptyn Locke, a drop-dead gorgeous business developer from Encinitas, California. Locke also appeared on the inaugural season of "Bachelor Pad," which was the precursor to "Bachelor in Paradise." He did not make it to the end there, either. Luckily, he seems to be doing well and living life to the fullest. Per his LinkedIn, Locke is living in California and working at LabArchives, a San Diego company where he serves as a vice president.

According to Us Weekly, Locke became a father in 2015 with his then-girlfriend Samm Murphy. "It's in my hard wiring, being a dad is something I've always felt like I was meant to do," he told the publication at the time. "I've been very lucky to have an amazing family and role models in my life. Now it's my turn to pay that forward." Locke's Instagram shows no traces of Murphy, but it is heavily focused on his son, Koltyn. The hands-on dad can be seen giving haircuts, visiting Legoland, and teaching his son to skateboard. They even snorkel together, and it is beyond adorable.

Kirk DeWindt

Kirk DeWindt truly earned his place in Bachelor Nation, appearing on three distinct programs over the course of five years. We first noticed him as a contestant on Season 6 of "The Bachelorette," where he was eliminated in the eighth week. He popped up again the next year on "Bachelor Pad" for its second season, and then four years later for Season 2 of "Bachelor in Paradise." DeWindt has not appeared on any "Bachelor" shows since 2015, so we assume he has moved on. His Instagram bio does not even mention the franchise, which is a rarity for Bachelor Nation alumni with public profiles.

When he first appeared on "The Bachelorette," DeWindt was credited as a "sales consultant," but he has since jumped on the fitness bandwagon to become an endurance coach and personal trainer. He also hosts a podcast called "The Running Public" alongside another endurance coach. On the personal front, DeWindt is doing well. He is still living in his native Minnesota, and his live-in girlfriend is frequently featured on his social media accounts. 

According to his Instagram, DeWindt does not seem to like being indoors, save for when he is working out. He spends his time hunting, camping, fishing, and boating, and appears to be a true outdoorsman. His girlfriend, Jess Peterson, seems to be his perfect match, as her own Instagram bio labels her an "Outdoors(wo)man" herself and features her holding a giant fish in her profile photo.

Tyler Cameron

We did not include a lot of Bachelor Nation's most visible media personalities, if only because there is no need to find out where someone like Chris Bukowski – who has appeared on six total seasons within the franchise — is. But we made an exception for the extremely charismatic and incredibly attractive Tyler Cameron, who seems to be everywhere as of late. Cameron has utilized his 15 minutes of reality TV fame like few other men, and he seems poised to have a long-lasting career in entertainment in some capacity. With 2.2 million Instagram followers, his popularity cannot be underestimated, and it is no surprise that he allegedly turned down being The Bachelor. "Really, my heart wasn't in it. ...I want to see what the world has to offer me now," Cameron said on the "BroBible" podcast.

Cameron was a contestant on Season 15 of "The Bachelorette," where he vied for Hannah Brown's hand. Since then, he has published a book, "You Deserve Better," and done guest spots on shows like "Single Parents" and "Saturday Night Live." In early 2022, he appeared as a contestant on Fox's "The Real Dirty Dancing," a dance competition show inspired by the iconic 1987 film. He has also continued to model, and has been a tabloid staple due to his tendency to date famous women, such as Gigi Hadid and (reportedly) Kristin Cavallari. He partnered with HomeGoods for a campaign, but we prefer his thirst trap posts if we are being honest.

Jonathan Treece

As many fitness trainers and wannabe actors as we've seen on "The Bachelorette," there have been a fair number of men with careers in law, finance, and even medicine. And when it comes to those in the medical field, Dr. Jonathan Treece is one of our favorites — even if he was inexplicably given the job title of "tickle monster" during his run on the show. Treece appeared on Season 13 of "The Bachelorette," and was sent home by Rachel Lindsay in the fourth week, perhaps in part because of his creepy title. He came back to Bachelor Nation for a stint on "Bachelor in Paradise" Season 4, though he quit in week four.

While his Instagram biography does claim that "laughter is the best medicine," Treece is not just a tickle enthusiast, but a full-fledged medical professional. Per his LinkedIn, he specializes in family medicine, regenerative medicine, and medical marijuana recommendations, and works as a physician at the Circle of Health Family Practice in Palm Coast, Florida. He also owns a medical marijuana company, The Herb Clinic, which operates out of that practice and two other Florida locations. On the personal front, Treece became engaged in October 2021, with a Bahamian proposal that involved a single red rose, a la "The Bachelor." It seems like Dr. Tickle Monster may have finally found his match.

Jason Tartick

Jason Tartick did not make it to the end on Season 14 of "The Bachelorette," but Becca Kufrin's loss has meant another Bachelorette's gain. Tartick is engaged to Kaitlyn Bristowe, Season 11's leading lady, and the two have reportedly been planning their wedding. The pair started dating shortly after Bristowe ended things with her season's winner, Shawn Booth, and they appear to be madly in love. 

Tartick did, however, have to quit his job after landing in hot water when Bristowe discussed details of their sex life on her podcast, "Off the Vine" (per Page Six). No worries for Tartick, who has rebounded quite nicely with a slew of business endeavors. 

Tartick's book, "The Restart Roadmap," was released in April 2022 and focuses on career change and finance resets. This is the first in a two-book deal, according to his personal website. His company, Restart, is similarly focused and offers consulting, investing, and speaking services. The entrepreneur has a "Restart_Reset" Instagram with more than 100,000 followers (he has closer to 900,000 on his personal account). Finally, he is the host of "Trading Secrets," a podcast centered on personal finance, money, and careers. Though they are still very much in the spotlight, Tartick and Bristowe live in Nashville, which allows them to keep a healthy distance from Hollywood and all of its trappings.

Drew Kenney

There are quite a few Bachelor Nation folks who have tried to parlay their 15 minutes of fame into successful acting and modeling careers. Take John Paul Jones, for example, who has started appearing in mostly short films, or Brooks Forester, who has had a handful of parts in nothing you have ever heard of. Drew Kenney is by no means a famous actor, but as far as "The Bachelorette" alums go, he is doing okay. He has 12 credits listed on his IMDb, including a guest spot on Netflix's "Special" in 2021. Many of the other roles are credited as "model," or some variation. In addition to acting and modeling, Kenney runs a nonprofit called "Free Spirit Run," though it is unclear if this organization is still active as of 2022.

Kenney was a contestant on Season 9 of "The Bachelorette," where he was runner-up to Chris Siegfried in the competition for Desiree Hartsock's hand. Hartsock and Siegfried are, notably, one of the few couples that are still together years after their time on the show, so she definitely made the right call by rejecting Kenney. Kenney himself appears to have found love, as an Instagram post labeled his girlfriend Mckena his "partner in crime," "ride or die," and "better half." We do not know a lot of details on the relationship beyond that, but she has been featured on his Instagram since at least August 2021.

Ben Zorn

Ben Zorn was a contestant on Season 11 of "The Bachelorette," where he made it to week six in the quest for Kaitlyn Bristowe's love. He also appeared on Season 4 of "Bachelor in Paradise," but quit after only a few weeks. Zorn was already a fitness professional when he joined the show, so it makes sense that he would have continued on with this career post-show. He labels himself as a "fitness trainer" on his Instagram, which has more than 200,000 followers, and has online bios selling himself as a "personal trainer and lifestyle coach" in the San Francisco Bay metro area.

In addition to working in fitness, Zorn also appears to have a second career in medical technology. Per his LinkedIn, he has been working full-time in medical device sales since January 2020. Prior to this, he worked at a variety of local gyms and fitness clubs in addition to running his business, Zorn Fitness. According to Us Weekly, Zorn married dental hygienist Stacy Santinela in July 2021, with fellow reality stars Matt Donald and Derek Peth in attendance. 

The Zorns have a beautiful one-year-old son who features heavily on his dad's Instagram. In an interview with the official Bachelor Nation site, Ben Zorn shared how being in the franchise had influenced his life: "It really helped me talk about how I was feeling and what I was going through, which has made me a better man and a better person," he explained. The dad said he was excited to someday teach his son sports.

Michael Stagliano

Michael Stagliano first joined Bachelor Nation when he appeared on Season 5 of "The Bachelorette," with Jillian Harris. He was eliminated in week seven but participated in two different seasons of "Bachelor Pad." He even won once (Season 2), which leaves us to question why he returned for another season afterward. When he first came onto our radar, Stagliano was credited as a "break dance instructor." He now works as a screenwriter, per his Instagram, and has appeared on podcasts to discuss his work and "Bachelorette" stint.

Though his career and how he makes his money remains somewhat of a mystery, we know more about Stagliano's personal life thanks to his social media and his media coverage. He has been married to a woman named Emily since 2014, and together they welcomed their first child in October 2016. Their second son was born in June 2018 (per Us Weekly). And here is one more fun fact — though Stagliano did not end up with a Bachelorette, his twin brother Stephen married former Bachelorette DeAnna Pappas in 2011 (via People). Stephen and Pappas were set up by Michael and his then-partner Holly Durst, whom he met on Season 2 of "Bachelor Pad."

Clay Harbor

"The Bachelorette" has never had a problem recruiting handsome former professional athletes to appear as suitors on the show. This has included hockey players, basketball players, baseball players, golfers, race car drivers, and even an Olympic cyclist (per Bleacher Report), but by far the most common seems to be former football players. From Ryan Hoag to Jesse Palmer to Colton Underwood, there has been no shortage of NFL stars, but Clay Harbor has always been one of our favorites. 

Harbor came under fire for a tweet about "The Bachelorette" lead Michelle Young, but we believe his explanation that his comment was taken incorrectly (via E! News). "Guys, when I said 'controversial opinion Michelle is the most beautiful bachelorette' I meant no disrespect," he tweeted in November 2021. "The controversial part is bc there has been so many beautiful women in that spot. (18 I think)."

Possibly offending tweet aside, Harbor always appeared to be sweet-natured and respectful during his time on Season 14 of "The Bachelorette," which he had to quit due to an injury he acquired on a group date. We also enjoyed him on Season 6 of "Bachelor in Paradise," so his post about appearing on a 2022 season of "BiP" is exciting. The nine-year NFL veteran also became a certified personal trainer as of February 2022, which he proudly announced on his Instagram. In addition to that, his website notes that he works as a professional speaker, offering webcasts, workshops, and keynotes. His Instagram is filled with shirtless workouts, love for his hometown of Chicago, and plenty of friendly Bachelor Nation faces.

Peter Kraus

Okay, yes, Peter Kraus is yet another fitness guru. But given that he is arguably one of the hottest men ever to appear on the franchise, how could we not include him on our list? Kraus is also a business owner. His company, Peter Kraus Fitness, has three Wisconsin gyms where they offer classes and personal training. He also does virtual training and offers a service where fitness professionals will visit apartments in the Madison, Wisconsin, area. According to his LinkedIn, he has had his business since 2009 — long before his time on reality TV. 

Kraus was a contestant on Season 13 of "The Bachelorette," where Rachel Lindsay sadly chose Bryan Abasolo over him in the final two. Though he has never returned for another stint in the franchise, Kraus remains incredibly popular on social media. He has nearly 350,000 Instagram followers, and we are sure they are not all there for personal fitness tips. 

His Instagram is not solely centered on health and wellness, as he does allow followers into his everyday life. There are no references to "The Bachelorette," roses, or his time on television. However, he did agree to an interview on "The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous" podcast in April 2020. "They asked me to be The Bachelor," Kraus confessed. "And I said no. ... I couldn't say I would for sure be able to get in an engagement at the end." While in talks, Kraus had proposed relationship counseling during and after the show, as well as time to spend with the women in their mansion, but the network couldn't accept his terms.

JJ O'Brien

While we have a soft spot for "The Bachelorette" contestant JJ O'Brien, we also want to acknowledge that he had one of the silliest job titles ever featured on the franchise. When he first appeared in Season 10, the Massachusetts native was credited as a "pantsapreneur." Even Bustle could not quite wrap their head around it, and the site wrote an entire article questioning O'Brien's profession. "So, what's a 'pantsapreneur'? Well, as far as I can tell, it's an entrepreneur of pants. Or, in O'Brien's case, his impossibly cool clothing line," wrote Christine DiStasio back in 2014. At the time, O'Brien had a clothing company called Hem House, though according to his LinkedIn, the company was only in operation for a year.

Pants aside, O'Brien is actually a very interesting and accomplished person, as one might expect of a Stanford University MBA graduate. He has had a number of jobs, including a Los Angeles-based health company, Persephone Health, that uses psychedelics for therapeutic purposes. O'Brien's Instagram also notes that he is the proprietor of Kloud9 Mulholland, which we assume to be an Airbnb or something of the sort. With less than 7,000 Instagram followers, O'Brien is leading a quiet life, but quiet does not always mean boring. His relationship status is unclear, and O'Brien is looking happy and healthy.

Chris Strandburg

In terms of all-around packages, Dr. Chris Strandburg is up there with the tops of what any "Bachelorette" season has had on offer. The charming dentist was a contestant on Season 11 of the show, where he made it until week seven before Kaitlyn Bristowe cut him loose. While he did not score the final rose, Strandburg appears to be doing just fine. As of 2019, he was dating Bachelor Nation alumna Becca Pagani (per Us Weekly), though it does not seem like they are still together. Neither Strandburg nor Pagani feature the other anywhere on their Instagram, so it appears they have long since moved on.

On the professional front, Strandburg is still working as a dentist, and he started his own practice, Vision Dental Mar Vista, in 2018 (per LinkedIn). Amongst his patients have been a number of Bachelor Nation personalities, including Shawn Booth, Jared Haibon and Ashley Iaconetti, Wells Adams, and Dean Unglert. In fact, his Bachelor Nation friends are a staple of his Instagram, even when they aren't getting their teeth cleaned and their cavities filled. In addition to his practice, Strandburg has also appeared as a dentistry expert on "The Doctors," which was for years hosted by fellow "Bachelor" alum, Dr. Travis Stork

Strandburg is not very active on social media but maintains a following of more than 100,000 on his personal Instagram. He has a second page adorably called "Toothstagram" that is devoted specifically to his dentistry.

Alex Bordyukov

Businessman Alex Bordyukov is absolutely stunning, so we are not entirely shocked that he has appeared on "Bachelor" shows in not one, not two, but three different countries. He first came to our attention as one of Rachel Lindsay's suitors on Season 13 of "The Bachelorette." Though he did not make it all the way, Lindsay and eventual husband Bryan Abosolo lobbied for Bordyukov to become the next Bachelor in the press. "We actually agree on this one. We think it should be Alex," Abasolo told People back in 2017. "He's got a very quirky personality. I'm sure you saw the pants throughout the season, the jackets, the pants. But he's a really smart guy, good-looking dude."

Bordyukov never did become The Bachelor, but he has appeared on two international seasons of "Bachelor in Paradise" — first in Australia, and then in Canada. Outside of reality television, his daily life is more of a mystery. His LinkedIn says he is an Information Systems Supervisor, but this is the job he had when he went on the show, and his profile does not appear to have been updated in a long time. We do not even know if he still lives in the Detroit area, though at least some of his photos have a Michigan geotag. His relationship status is also unclear, though we can confirm through careful inspection of his Instagram that his abs remain impeccable.

Michael Allio

It was hard not to fall in love with Michael Allio when he appeared on Season 17 of "The Bachelorette," and we were heartbroken when he left the show because he felt he could no longer be away from his young son. He explained to the Akron Beacon Journal that COVID-19 and quarantining played a factor in his decision to forfeit his chance at Katie Thurston's hand. He has no regrets, though, as he once said on an Instagram story, "I made a lot of good friends, Katie's Awesome and honestly would do it a million times over again" (via Us Weekly). He also was not sure why he never became The Bachelor" after entering into negotiations.

Allio — a widower who is extremely devoted to being a single dad — spent time with Amanda Kloots, "The Talk" co-host who lost her husband to COVID-19. According to People, the two have been friends for a while and met in person in December 2021. When asked about Kloots on "Talking It Out with Bachelor Nation," Allio shared that while being mindful of their tragedies, they both held hope in their lives. "I think she'll be a lifelong friend. She is the salt of the earth," he said.

Allio's Instagram is mostly focused on his adorable son, with a few Bachelor Nation friends popping up on occasion. He is still living in Akron, Ohio, and his LinkedIn suggests that he is working multiple jobs, including running a sanitation product company and promoting "The L4 Project," "a socially conscious clothing company" he started where proceeds go to charity.

Spencer Robertson

When Ellen DeGeneres decided to play a little game with Tayshia Adams, the Bachelorette was asked to award some superlatives. After naming off several "best kisser" candidates, Adams was asked to pick a guy for "most awkward conversations." She slowly answered, "Spencer." So Adams and Spencer Robertson weren't meant to be. That said, have you seen his face? Between the sparkling green eyes and megawatt smile, we cannot get enough of gawking at Robertson. We also think he could have made more of an impact had he not been brought on so late into Season 16, as a new suitor for Adams once previous Bachelorette Clare Crawley exited after week four.

Robertson never got a chance to date Crawley, but once she broke up with Dale Moss, he subtly gave it a try via Instagram, putting his request for a date out on Stories (via People). Aside from that, he has stayed out of the news almost entirely. His LinkedIn states that he is still working as a water treatment engineer in San Diego, California, working for himself as President of Robertson Water Treatment. He is not very active on Instagram relative to many others, and half of his current shots include friends from Bachelor Nation, like Clay Harbor, Chasen Nick, Ivan Hall, and more.

Chase McNary

With an Instagram following of nearly 275,000 people, one would assume Chase McNary appeared on more than one reality television program. And yes, one would be right. McNary first came to fame as a contestant on Season 12 of "The Bachelorette," where he vied for JoJo Fletcher's hand but was sent home in week nine around the time of fantasy suites (he did not spend the night with Fletcher). He then appeared on Season 6 of "Bachelor in Paradise," but not before jumping to MTV for appearances on "Ex on the Beach" and "The Challenge."

We do not know if McNary is done for good with reality television, but he is probably off the market for dating-focused programs. His girlfriend Ellie White not only features heavily in his Instagram photos, but she is even linked in his bio (with a cute queen emoji, to boot). McNary and White live in the Phoenix area, according to her Instagram bio, and his LinkedIn says that he is working as a project manager for a renovation company. 

McNary has tried out a number of other career paths since gaining his 15 minutes, including at one point having an athleisure clothing line (LeisureLetics) and working in communications for Revel Social, a bar in downtown Denver. He also owned Life Side Lion, a health and wellness company, for four years, up until July 2020.

Alex Woytkiw

We can't pronounce his last name, but that has not stopped us from lusting over Alex Woytkiw since he burst onto the scene in Season 12 of "The Bachelorette." Woytkiw made it until week seven before being eliminated by "Bachelorette" JoJo Fletcher, who ended up choosing Jordan Rodgers, with whom she is still in a relationship. Woytkiw continued on with the franchise when he appeared on "Bachelor in Paradise's" fourth season but lasted only one week there. We have no idea if the veteran is in a relationship, but his Instagram offers clear insight into his life and career.

Much of Woytkiw's Instagram is military-focused, though he also highlights his business pursuits by way of photos and videos of him using cameras. Per his LinkedIn, Woytkiw started his own content creation firm, The Regiment Media, in April 2020. His twin brother is one of his partners, and he serves as Chief of Operations (the brother is Chief of Production). The entrepreneur lives in West Palm Beach, according to his LinkedIn and the plethora of sunny photos on his Instagram, but seemingly loves to travel. He has posted photos in a variety of locales, including Thailand and Bali.

David Ravitz

David Ravitz appeared on Season 14 of "The Bachelorette" opposite Becca Kufrin, and then again on Season 5 of "Bachelor in Paradise." Though gorgeous, he was never the loudest or most colorful, which perhaps made him a tepid reality star but has led to him achieving a fair amount of personal and professional success offscreen. After his time on reality television, Ravitz moved to Florida to get his MBA from the University of Miami, per his LinkedIn.

Ravitz now works as a real estate agent for Lang Realty, serving the South Florida market. Even his place of business can't help but get excited about his TV time: "Lang Realty recently welcomed The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise alum, David Ravitz, to the sales team," they said in a March 2022 press release. The memo also noted Ravitz's love for cooking, golf, tennis, and his dog Kobe.

On the personal front, Ravitz appears to be thriving. He became engaged on a beach in October 2021, as documented on his Instagram, and purchased a home in Boca Raton a few months later (also evidenced by his Instagram). His reality TV stint is not referenced on his social media, so he may have moved on, but he maintains a following of 20,000. We are also pleased to report that he is just as handsome as you remember.

Joe Park

Dr. Joe Park made it all the way to week seven on Season 16 of "The Bachelorette," before he was dumped by Tayshia Adams. In his time on the air, he made many fans, including Entertainment Weekly's Kristin Baldwin, who called him "the purest soul ever" when she interviewed him post-show. We could not really argue even if we wanted to, because the New York City-based doctor has only continued to impress us since Season 16's end. The anesthesiologist not only kept working throughout the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, in one of the hardest-hit cities, but he also took the time to create and post a lot of informative videos for the public on his Instagram.

There is no relationship information on Park's social media, but we were able to decipher a few interesting tidbits about his life despite the fact that he is not an especially active poster. We learned that he volunteers for an organization called Mercy Ships, and that he is devoted to healthcare equality. The hot doc also likes to surf, run marathons, and hang with his fellow "The Bachelorette" alums. We hope to see Park on our screens again and, according to his interview with EW, that may be a possibility. "Though I didn't unfortunately find love on this show, I realized that love is possible from this show," he said, when asked if he would be up for "Bachelor in Paradise" in the future. "I think it's something you have to evaluate when [the opportunity] happens."

Derek Peth

Derek Peth started his Bachelor Nation journey in 2016 when he was a contestant on Season 12 of "The Bachelorette," where he made it to week six before JoJo Fletcher sent him home. He then appeared on Season 4 and Season 6 of "Bachelor in Paradise," but ultimately did not find love on the franchise. Don't feel bad for Peth, however, because he married model Saffron Vadher on January 14, 2022 (his Instagram says 2021, but we assume – like People magazine – that this was a typo based upon the date it was posted). The couple participated in a special "love fest" episode of "Dear Shandy" in January 2021, wherein they told the hosts about their love story. It sounds like things moved at a fast pace, with Peth giving Vadher his apartment key after only two weeks of dating.

So, dating shows are out of the question for Peth's future, but he maintains a huge following online. Despite not being very active on his Instagram, Peth has more than 400,000 followers and posts about the bigger moments, like his wedding and the house he purchased. Though he grew up in Iowa, Peth and his wife appear to live in the New York tri-state area. He reportedly works at NYC-based company Laurel Road, where he is a Senior Vice President in business development (via LinkedIn). He has been with the company since October 2017, after his first stint on "BiP."

Jeremy Anderson

Like many Bachelor Nation alums, Jeremy Anderson appears to have a complicated relationship with the "Bachelor" franchise. He was on "The Bachelorette" in 2008, lasting until week seven on Season 4 before DeAnna Pappas eliminated him. He did not appear to be a fan of production when he gave an interview to The Dallas Observer in 2015 and called producers "satanic little people." However, he can be seen in a curious YouTube video making the case for why he would be a good fit for "The Bachelor." As reported by WXPI (via wn.com), Anderson was arrested in 2014 for theft, but little is known about the case.

Anderson's beautiful 2015 wedding can still be found featured on Martha Stewart's website. He and bride Megan Sherrod (a portrait photographer), featured their first two kids as a part of the beach ceremony. Bachelor Nation's Sean Lowe was one of Anderson's groomsmen (Lowe appeared on Season 8 of "The Bachelorette" and was The Bachelor for Season 17). 

On the career front, Anderson has had a number of positions since leaving the firm Hunton & Williams LLP in 2010 — which he first left to be on the show before being rehired, according to Above the Law's reporting. Anderson stays pretty quiet online, but if his LinkedIn is up to date, he is working for himself in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, for a law office called J.C. Anderson Law, P.C., which he founded in 2010.