Just a few days to go until Netflix releases Love Is Blind: After the Altar Season 3 and we'll be able to catch up on the couples from the show.
But before the catch up show launches, let's take this time to do our own catching up on the couples who left the pods engaged to one another. Let's check if anyone is still together from Love Is Blind Season 3.
Alexa and Brennon: Still Married
Alexa and Brennon got married at the end of Love Is Blind Season 3. And right now, the two have already been married for a year. Their bond has gotten stronger, with Alexa calling Brennon as her best friend.
“It’s been absolutely amazing. I recommend marriage to everybody. Find your person, find your one. Don’t get married to just anybody.” - Alexa
When they got married, the two made a couple of deals-- the first was that Alexa would dress up Brennon whenever they went out since he admittedly says he doesn't "have good fashion sense." The second deal they made was that they would stop whatever they were doing and dance whenever their wedding song comes on, which is Kane Brown's Heaven.
And the good news is that they are already working on baby number 1.
“We’re working on it. Practice makes perfect!" - Alexa
Colleen and Matt: Still Married
Despite getting married in the show, Colleen and Matt decided to live separately. This was because the two "weren't money-wise ready to give up our leases." Colleen also did not want to screw over her roommates by abandoning them.
As a result, they've made an arrangement to spend nights between their two places. Once their rent contracts align, the two will finally be able to move in together.
"I can't wait to move in with him. I'm going to spend the rest of my life with him. I'm -- we're – content. We're on the same page." - Colleen
Raven and SK: Split Up
In the finale of Love Is Blind Season 3, everyone was shocked when RK said no to getting married to Raven. So it came as a surprise that the two decided to iron things out and try their relationship one more time.
Unfortunately, ever since then, the two have decided to separate for good. The two shared an Instagram post and thanked everyone who were part of their journey.
Zanab and Cole: Split Up
At the altar, Zanab said no to Cole because he "shattered her self-confidence."
And at the reunion episode, Cole finally understood where Zanab was coming from.
“It’s like, ‘OK, I get it now. I know exactly what our problems and issues were. I hear what they’re saying, and I know exactly what happened to this point. I’m excited to finish this chapter and for Zanab and I to put it in the past so that we can both move on into new relationships.”
The two have worked on their lives separately and are ready to start dating -- other people. But this isn't something they plan to happen overnight as they continue to work on themselves.
Nancy and Bartise: It's Complicated
Bartise said no to Nancy at the altar, which made things extremely difficult between him and Nancy's family. Throughout Love Is Blind Season 3, Bartise kept trying to look for ways to overcome his lack of physical attraction to Nancy. Tudum reports that Bartise has "apologized a million times" to Nancy and even begged for her forgiveness.
“One thing the show taught me in retrospect is that the emotional connection is absolutely important. I obviously had that with Nancy. But since then, I’ve only had the experience where there’s nothing else except a physical connection. That’s probably worse than having just the emotional connection. You definitely need both.” - Bartise
The two are reportedly seeing each other without Nancy's family knowing.
You can find out more about the couples of Love Is Blind Season 3 and their current statuses when Love Is Blind: After the Altar Season 3 gets released.
Fortunately, you don't have to wait too long. But in the meantime, you can check out this finale trailer from Love Is Blind Season 3:
Or you can also check out this trailer for Love Is Blind: After the Altar Season 3:
Love Is Blind: After the Altar Season 3 will make its premiere on Friday, February 10, 2023.
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