Ok, lo ammetteremo. Bachelor Nation forse non ha il record migliore quando si tratta di coppie che stanno insieme. Più lead di “The Bachelor” e “The Bachelorette” di quanto possiamo persino contare sono passati da tutti amati nello show a totalmente single in pochi mesi dopo che le telecamere hanno smesso di girare, con alcuni che hanno cambiato il loro stato di Facebook in single anche prima di quello.

Nick Viall and Natalie Joy could be heading down the aisle soon

2023 could be a big year for Bachelor Nation weddings, as there are plenty of couples who could potentially tie the knot. Who's the most likely to in the opinion of Nicki Swift readers, though? Well, that would be none other than Nick Viall and Natalie Joy. Yep, Bachelor Nation's bad boy may finally have found The One (after several attempts within the franchise!) as they announced via Instagram on January 13 that he'd popped the question. A whopping 44% of the more than 1,500 people who voted in our survey think the couple will exchange rings the same year as the romantic proposal.

In a distant second, 18% of respondents chose Madison Prewett and Grant Michael Troutt as the Bachelor Nation couple likely to tie the knot, and it turns out they were oh so accurate — just not about the year. The twosome actually already headed down the aisle, marrying in October 2022. Next up? It's a tie! Loved up couples Dean Unglert and Caelynn Miller-Keyes and serial "The Bachelor" franchise star Clare Crawley and Ryan Dawkins both nabbed themselves 14% of the votes.

Bringing up the rear is Bekah Martinez and her fiancé Grayston Leonard, with a 10% share. It's probably not all too surprising Bachelor Nation doesn't have the most faith in these two though, as Martinez admitted on TikTok she initially said no when Leonard proposed to her, before accepting three years later.


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