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Love Is Blind Season 2: Two Other Couples Got Engaged

Turns Out 2 More Couples Got Engaged Off Screen on "Love Is Blind" Season 2

Love Is Blind Season 2: Two Other Couples Got Engaged
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As we patiently wait to see which "Love Is Blind" season two couples wind up tying the knot, we just learned that two additional pairs got engaged on the Netflix dating series, but their postpod journeys weren't filmed. On Feb. 17, Netflix revealed the two couples who didn't make the final cut: Kara Williams and Jason Beaumont, and Caitlin McKee and Joey Miller. Both got engaged in the pods and met for the first time on the red carpet, but they ultimately didn't embark on the group trip to Mexico. Their love stories did continue after the dating experiment, but no camera crews were around to capture them.

Explaining his decision to not focus on these relationships, show creator Chris Coelen said, "You only have so many crews and so much budget and so much time. It would be amazing to follow everybody, but you just have to decide what feels like a good group to follow." (Read: You have to decide what feels like the most drama-filled, good-for-TV group to follow.) He also told Variety, "It's a lot of guesswork, to be honest. We don't know what's gonna happen. In season one, we were following Kenny Barnes and Kelly Chase, and we were like, it's gonna be so boring. They're gonna say yes, and, of course, they're getting married. And they didn't. We had no idea and continue to have no idea what's going to happen in the stories that we choose."

"Love Is Blind" season two follows six main couples — Shayne Jansen and Natalie Lee, Abhishek "Shake" Chatterjee and Deepti Vempati, Nick Thompson and Danielle Ruhl, Jarrette Jones and Iyanna McNeely, Mallory Zapata and Salvador Perez, and Shaina Hurley and Kyle Abrams — as they fall in love, get engaged sight unseen, vacation in Mexico, and plan their future weddings together in just a few weeks' time. Although Hurley and Abrams decide to go their separate ways upon returning to Chicago, the rest are set to head down the aisle in the "Love Is Blind" finale on Feb. 25. While we wait to see the drama unfold later this week, read ahead to meet the contestants who hit it off unbeknownst to fans, and learn their current relationship statuses.

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