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The Bachelor: Jason Mesnick And Molly Malaney Are Engaged!

October 22, 2009 09:00 AM by Britteny Elrick


Could it be that Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney will become the second couple in Bachelor history to stay together? Of course, things didn’t last too long with his first fiance, Melissa Rycroft, after he broke up with her on national TV and then asked Molly out. But in spite of all the drama, Jason has finally popped the question!

According to People.com, Jason proposed Tuesday night during the couple’s getaway in New Zealand. Jason took Molly to the grounds of the Kohara Lodge on the banks of the Shotover River, where he presented her with a diamond and platinum ring in her champagne glass.

“He is engaged,” Mesnick’s rep confirmed in the newest issue of Us Weekly.  It was also mentioned that the lovebirds haven’t made any official plans or set a wedding date. “They’re just enjoying being together,” said the source.

Molly has agreed to join Jason in Seattle, where he lives with his son Ty.

The new season of The Bachelor will premiere in early 2010 on ABC.  We can’t wait!

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Topics: ABC Reality TV Shows, Jason Mesnick, The Bachelor |

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One Response to “The Bachelor: Jason Mesnick And Molly Malaney Are Engaged!”

  1. sheryn Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 6:23 pm

    Is this Melissa’s ring–the one he asked her to give back to him on national TV? Jason is such a cheapskate–he talks Air New Zealand into giving them an all expenses paid vacation so they could return to New Zealand. Does this guy even have a job yet–does he ever pay for anything–or will Molly and his ex have to pay living expenses forever for this mooch. I would tell Molly that she doesn’t have to settle for being second choice–make Jason get a job rather than playing the role of single dad and getting paid every time one of the Bachelor fans go to his website.


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