Here's What Every Single Bachelor Star Is Up to Today

Bachelor Nation has seen season after season of love, heartbreak, and everything in between. Although most of the couples from The Bachelor didn't last in the real world, many of them have gone on to find new loves and thriving careers. We went all the way back to the very first Bachelor season, which hit our screens in 2002, to see how far the stars have come. Some of the men are still on TV, others are fathers, and some are still with women they found love with on national television. Curious what your favorite is up to? Keep reading!

Season 1: Alex Michel
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Season 1: Alex Michel

In a world where access to information is virtually unlimited, Alex has somehow found a way to go MIA. Chris Harrison even joked: "If anyone has any information, please give us a call or tweet us. Alex, if you're watching, come home, brother! Come home." Apparently, Alex was last spotted in New York City and in a serious relationship. He was also a spokesman for Match.com and was a "Romance and Proposal Expert" for Princess Cruises.

Season 2: Aaron Buerge
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Season 2: Aaron Buerge

Although things didn't work out with Helene Eksterowicz, Aaron is married and has two daughters with a woman named Angye, who has a daughter from a previous relationship.

Season 3: Andrew Firestone

Andrew and his wife Ivana Bozilovic have three young children together and live in California. The Firestone Tires heir can be found traveling, surfing, bicycling, and snapping hilarious family portraits (including this wrestling match one).

Season 4: Bob Guiney

You can catch Bob making appearances on Kathie Lee & Hoda on the Today show for the "Guys Tell All" segment, where a panel of men give insight into dating, love, and the male mind. The Bachelor star married Jessica Canyon in November 2016, and the couple welcomed their first child, Grayson, in December 2018.

Season 5: Jesse Palmer

Chances are that you've seen Jesse grace your TV screen. He's a host on Daily Mail TV, an analyst for ESPN College Football, and the host on Food Network's Holiday Baking Championship. The former quarterback for the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers is dating Brazilian model Emely Fardo.

Season 6: Byron Velvick

Byron has been laying low since his time handing out roses. He seems to spend a lot of time fishing and has made appearances on fishing-related shows, including ESPN's BassCenter. No word on his love life, but Byron runs the Amistad Lake Resort in Texas.

Season 8: Travis Lane Stork

Travis isn't done with TV. The emergency medicine physician is a host on The Doctors show, and offers commentary on the Today show. He's also added "author" to his resume with several books, including The Lose Your Belly Diet and The Doctor's Diet Cookbook. Travis recently got engaged to Parris Bell.

Season 9: Prince Lorenzo Borghese

These days, this Italian prince is all about beers and dogs. Lorenzo owns the South Beach Brewing Company, Animal Aid USA, and Royal Pet Club. If he is dating anyone, he's doing a good job at keeping it secret.

Season 10: Andy Baldwin

The Navy family physician resides in San Diego. He's also a triathlete, healthcare advocate, and humanitarian. In February 2018, Andy confirmed that he was still a bachelor, but it remains unclear what his status is today.

Seasons 11 and 15: Brad Womack

Much to our dismay, Brad isn't on social media, so we don't know what's going on his love life. He recently opened a bar in Austin, TX, and continues to hold a spot as the one of the best Bachelor seasons of all time.

Season 12: Matt Grant

Matt works for a remote access software company based in the United Kingdom. He's quite interested in US politics and isn't afraid to give his opinion on Twitter. Matt married Rebecca Moring in December 2017.

Season 13: Jason Mesnick

Here's your proof that the Bachelor journey can work. Jason is still married to Molly after tying the knot in February 2010. Jason has a son, Ty, from a previous relationship, and the couple had a daughter together named Riley. Jason is in real estate and owns The Jason Mesnick Group.

Season 14: Jake Pavelka

A lot has changed for Jake since his fireworks show of an ending to his Bachelor season. The jet pilot from Texas was on Dancing With the Stars in 2010, and has appeared on over a dozen episodes of The Bold and the Beautiful. As of May 2018, Jake was dating a woman named Tiffany, an attorney from Arkansas, but no updates on their relationship yet.

Season 16: Ben Flajnik

Ben is the founder of Fernet Francisco, a spirits company, and Ion Wines in California. It looks like he's still single, ladies, but you'll have to compete with Scotch, his furry love.

Season 17: Sean Lowe

We dare you to find a cuter family than the one Sean and Catherine Giudici, yes, the woman he proposed to on The Bachelor finale, have created together. The father of Samuel and Isaiah sure knows how to show the funny side of parenting. Sean and Catherine have a home line with Wayfair, and Sean wrote the book For the Right Reasons and competed on Dancing With the Stars in 2013.

Season 18: Juan Pablo Galavis

Juan Pablo appeared on VH1's Couples Therapy with Nikki Ferrell, who he chose, but didn't propose to on The Bachelor finale. The two broke up. Juan Pablo is a former professional soccer player who was raised in Venezuela. He married Venezuelan model and TV host Osmariel Villalobos in 2017. He has a daughter, Camila, from a previous relationship.

Season 19: Chris Soules

Chris appeared Dancing With the Stars in 2015. A few weeks later, news broke that he and Whitney Bischoff broke off their engagement. In April 2017, Chris was arrested for a car accident that resulted in a death. Alcohol had been suspected in the incident. In November 2018, Chris "entered a plea of guilty to the crime of: Leaving the Scene of an Accident Resulting in Serious Injury, an aggravated misdemeanor," according to documents obtained by People.

Season 20: Ben Higgins

Ben jumped right back into TV after proposing to Lauren Bushnell. At the end of 2016, the couple starred in Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After?, a spinoff show on Freeform. They broke up in May 2017 and Ben appeared on The Bachelor Winter Games for a short bit before realizing he wasn't ready to date again.

Ben hosts iHeartRadio's The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast with Bachelor alumna Ashley Iaconetti. They talk about all things Bachelor and frequently interview current and previous contestants on the show. In January 2018, Ben began as the president and cofounder of Generous Coffee Co., which uses "the profits to invest in hope-filled, life-changing stories."

Season 21: Nick Viall

After appearing on Dancing With the Stars in 2017, Nick and Vanessa Grimaldi broke up after a five-month engagement that started at The Bachelor finale. Before being on reality TV, Nick was an account executive at Salesforce, but it's unclear if he still holds the position. In 2017 and 2018, he appeared in TV series Speechless, General Hospital, and Teachers, as well as TV movie A Christmas Cruise. While Nick hangs out with other Bachelor alumni, it doesn't seem like he's dating any of them.