From breaking up at 80’s prom to planning a future wedding! Bachelor franchise sweethearts Abigail Heringer and Noah Erb are dishing on their plans for their future wedding and their life as a couple post Bachelor In Paradise. The two made one thing very clear- They do not want a televised wedding.
While I’m sure many of us, including myself, would love to watch the nuptials of these two lovebirds, Abigail and Noah are calling it quits on reality tv. “I’m very grateful that ‘Paradise’ gave us the environment for us to meet each other, but I am also very content to leave that chapter behind us, too,” Abigail shared with Page Six.
Although, it sounds as if the couple did take it into consideration. “Weddings are expensive. I’m like, ‘Oh, could I get it all paid for?’ That’s the finance side of me thinking that, but I also don’t want to deal with some guy that I met on ‘Paradise’ standing up and objecting and me tackling him from the pews. I don’t want to deal with that … I wouldn’t want to do a televised wedding,” Noah revealed.
Televised weddings and drama aren’t exactly uncommon in Bachelor In Paradise. If you don’t know what tragic story I’m alluding to … In 2019, Bachelor In Paradise couple Chris Randone and Krystal Nelson had their wedding televised and officiated by Chris Harrison. Notoriously, John Paul Jones picked a fight with Derek Peth over his intentions with Tayshia Adams during the middle of the reception. JPJ went as far as to call Derek a “Bachelor Nation Groupie” and “Full of sh*t”. This is the kind of manufactured drama Noah wants to avoid, and Abigail agrees. “No more cameras,” she says.
The two initially began their romance on season 7 of Bachelor in Paradise where they started off strong but struggled with passion. They both seemed to have been in it for the long haul, but Noah eventually admitted to Abigail that she wasn’t his “person”. They had an emotional breakup, but it seemingly didn’t last long!
After filming ended the couple reconciled. “It wasn’t fun to go through the ending, but I think it really worked out for us because we were able to move at our own pace afterward, get back together and remove ourselves from the show bubble and say, ‘OK, were the feelings real? Do we care about each other and so forth?’ And we did. So we gave it another shot. We live together now, so I think we’re doing pretty well,” says Abigail.
TELL US- DO YOU THINK NOAH AND ABIGAIL WILL GET MARRIED? WOULD YOU WANT YOUR WEDDING TELEVISED? ARE THEY BEING SHADY TO THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE?
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