On Tuesday - the day after it was revealed Chris Soules proposed to Whitney Bischoff on the latest installment of the ABC reality series - Us Weekly revealed the blonde beauty is dating Casey Link, a former Marine.
But like last summer, he didn't stay for long, getting blackout drunk and giving his date card away before ditching the tropical retreat after one day. (Photo Credit: Getty Images) The attention-seeking 28-year-old finally apologized for his "obsession" with reality television, telling host in hopes of finding a date to my sister’s wedding.
Chris with fellow Bachelor Pad contestant Sarah Newlon.VIDEO: ' Bachelorette' Star Kalon Hints at Romance on ' Bachelor Pad' The Hot Seat The hot seat segment rehashes the past while revealing just a few interesting points. Blakely and Tony Get Engaged A real-life engagement came out of the finale, once again. “This has gone so quick for both of us but I can't picture you not in my life,” he says.Tony and Blakely announced that they are going to move in together in Portland. "Would you make me the happiest man in the world, will you marry me Blakeley Jones? STORY: ' Bachelor Pad' Recap: She's Under His Spell 2.Jaclyn Still Feels Betrayed Jaclyn’s time in the hot seat is spent emphasizing how betrayed she feels by former BFF, Rachel.She calls Rachel’s actions “unforgivable,” because we all know that friendship means taking your friend to the finale of a reality show. Michael and Rachel Talk About Lost Love Michael Stagliano says he came on the show to have a good time, and calls his relationship with Rachel a “summer camp” fling.That show ruined my relationship with my father at the time and created distance between me and my mother.” (Photo Credit: Getty Photos) The bar owner, who says he kept coming back to draw in customers, adds, “Constantly being told that I was irrelevant played a major role in my unexpected arrival during Andi [Dorfman's] season of .” He eventually became addicted to anxiety medication and insists that he really did want a "fairytale ending" all along. And I honestly thought those involved in my television career were 'looking out for my best interests,'" he reveals.