One scene viewers may not see on air: Harrison and a producer tie their ties together to form a limbo stick for guests on the dance floor.
Hebert and Rosenbaum — or we should now say the Rosenbaums, as Hebert is taking J.P.’s last name — plan to watch alone together from their Princeton living room. They’re living in New Jersey while Dr. Rosenbaum — “Sounds good, don’t you think?” Hebert said — finishes her residency at St. Charles Hospital for Children in Philadelphia and Rosenbaum continues his work in construction in Manhattan.
The Rosenbaums are only the second “Bachelor” couple to marry, following Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter, who wed in 2003. (Some consider them the third couple, as Jason Resnick married a contestant from his season, just not the one he originally picked.)
The Rosenbaums said there’s no “secret formula” explaining why they made it to the altar.
“It’s really just like in life,” J.P. said. “Some couples make it, and some don’t.”