Juan Pablo Galavis has become one of the most-hated "Bachelors" for some, but he did find a special someone during his time on the show -- though all may not be rosy. In September 2014, People reported that he and girlfriend Nikki Ferrell are set to appear on season 5 of VH1's "Couples Therapy." Let's catch up with some of the former couples from the show:
Alex Michel and Amanda Marsh from Season 1 dated almost a year before breaking up. He went on to become a "Romance and Proposal Expert" for Princess Cruises, and she became a registered nurse and a married mom.
Aaron Buerge and Helene Eksterowicz split up five weeks after he proposed on Season 2. He went on to marry another woman in 2009. Burge suffered some financial issues and declared bankruptcy in 2011. In 2013, Eksterowicz got engaged to a consultant for IBM.
Season 3 couple Andrew Firestone and Jen Schefft got engaged, but ultimately found happiness with others. In 2013, Firestone announced that he and wife, model Ivana, were expecting their third child. Schefft went on to be "The Bachelorette" and in 2012 gave birth to her second child with husband Joe Waterman.
Bob Guiney and Estella Gardinier appeared to find love on Season 4 but it didn't last. He married -- and then divorced -- "All My Children" actress Rebecca Budig and according to his website co-hosts a show on Playboy Radio. Gardinier went on to work in sales while living in San Diego.
Jesse Palmer and Jessica Bowlin from Season 5 were a cute couple, but broke up soon after the show ended. Palmer, a former NFL quarterback, snagged a gig as a college football analyst with ESPN and Bowlin finished law school and became a lawyer.
Byron Velvick and Mary Delgado managed to extend their relationship beyond Season 6. The couple never married, but stayed together for five years despite Delgado's being arrested for allegedly assaulting Velvick. Velvick, a pro bass fisherman, has continued to appear on fishing shows. Delgado found work as a real estate agent and in 2010 made headlines after being arrested on suspicion of DUI.
Charlie O'Connell and Sarah Brice from Season 7 dated for two years, broke up, then got back together before breaking up again in 2010. O'Connell has pursued an acting career and appeared in projects including the TV series "Femme Fatales." Brice is a married mom.
Physician Travis Stork and kindergarten teacher Sarah Stone fell for each other in Season 8. Today Stork is a co-host on the show "The Doctors" and married pediatrician Charlotte Brown in 2012. Stone left the classroom for a career in real estate and is a married mother of two.
Prince Lorenzo Borghese selected Jennifer Wilson during Season 9. Like many before them, the pair did not last. Borghese traded on his reported relationship as a descendant of the brother-in-law of Napoleon Bonaparte to write a historical novel titled "The Princess of Nowhere." Wilson is said to have continued her career as a teacher.
Season 10 ended in a proposal for Tessa Horst and Andy Baldwin, though the couple ended their engagement a month after the series finale and called off the relationship entirely a few months later. Baldwin, a U.S. Navy physician, still practices and does humanitarian work around the world. Horst married Tom Pickard in 2013.
On Season 11 Brad Womack pulled a first by deciding not to choose either DeAnna Pappas or Jenni Croft. Womack came back for another season, while Pappas became "The Bachelorette" for Season 4 of that show before marrying Stephen Stagliano in 2011. The couple welcomed their first child, a girl, in February. Croft married John Badolato and the pair welcomed a son in 2011.
Matt Grant didn't win over fans during Season 12 when he selected Shayne Lamas. He struck out for a career in Hollywood, eventually working as a photographer. He's said to now be back in London and involved with charity work. Lamas married Nik Richie, co-founder of the celeb site TheDirty.com. At the start of 2014 Lamas and Richie were expecting their second child, but Lamas suffered a miscarriage at 20 weeks.
Fans were rooting for Jason Mesnick when he chose Melissa Rycroft in season 13. But things took a strange twist: Mesnick confessed on air that he really wanted to be with runner-up Molly Malaney. Mesnick and Malaney married in 2010. In 2013, they added a daughter to their family, which also includes Mesnick's son from a previous relationship. Rycroft appeared on "Dancing With the Stars," did some reporting for "Good Morning America" and in 2009 married Tye Strickland. She gave birth to their daughter in 2011.
Season 14 bachelor Jake Pavelka made one of the all-time most unpopular choices when he selected Vienna Girardi. Their relationship was short-lived. After a stint on "Dancing With the Stars," Pavelka briefly appeared on the soap "The Bold and the Beautiful." Girardi told Radar Online in 2013 that she was "single and really focusing on myself and my career."
Brad Womack returned for Season 15 and proposed to Emily Maynard. The second time was not the charm and the couple soon split. Maynard became "The Bachelorette," where she found -- then lost -- love with that show's winner Jef Holm. Maynard soon moved on to Tyler Johnson, whom she met at church, and married him in June 2014.
Ben Flajnik ended up with Courtney Robertson in Season 16, where Robertson was seen as the villain by many fans. The pair split while the show was airing, got engaged after the finale, then split for good in 2012. In 2013 Flajnik denied rumors that he was dating recently separated reality show star (and Kardashian clan matriarch) Kris Jenner. Robertson is reportedly forging a career as a model.
Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici met and fell in love on "The Bachelor" Season 17. The couple married in January -- on TV, of course.