"The Bachelorette" may be one of the most popular dating reality TV shows out there, but it seems the show -- which aims to bring real-life romance straight to your television screen -- has yet to deliver.
Only Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter, from the very first season of "The Bachelorette," are still together today, despite the fact that the show is entering its eighth season.
So perhaps this upcoming season of "The Bachelorette," which begins May 14, should take a page from another reality TV series -- "The Biggest Loser."
Surprised? Don't be. "The Biggest Loser," which closed its 13th season on Tuesday night, has proven to be more successful at linking up couples in the love department than both "The Bachelorette" and "The Bachelor" combined, which, collectively, have been on air for 23 seasons and only produced one successful relationship (two if you count Ryan Mesnick, who married Molly, the runner-up on his season of "The Bachelor").
"The Biggest Loser," which challenges contestants to lose weight for a cash prize, is just as much about self-transformation and learning to love your body (in a healthy way) as it is about shedding pounds. And sharing common interests -- such as healthy eating and regular exercise -- is often a key factor in finding lasting love.
Click through the slideshow below to see which couples on "The Biggest Loser" have made it last.
Contestants Antoine Dove and Alexandra White fell for each other during the eighth season of "The Biggest Loser." During the dramatic weigh-in on the finale of the show, the pair got engaged on national television, when Dove dropped to one knee and popped the question to his very shocked girlfriend.
Amy Hildreth and Marty Wolff, contestants from the third season of "The Biggest Loser," also found love on the reality TV show. Wolff popped the question to Hildreth on a "Biggest Loser" reunion show in September 2007, in front of a live studio audience. The couple exchanged their vows in Charleston, S.C., in an intimate ceremony less than a year later.
Former wrestling coach Matt Hoover and hairstylist Suzy Preston were the first to tie the knot after meeting as contestants on "The Biggest Loser" in its second season in 2005. After the show wrapped up -- Hoover was crowned the winner of the competition, and Preston the second runner-up -- the couple revealed that they had been secretly dating. Hoover proposed to Preston on NBC's "The Today Show" on live television in March 2006. The lovebirds wed in Jamaica in September 2006 and now have two children together.
It was no secret that Sam Poueu and Stephanie Anderson quickly fell in love on the ninth season of "The Biggest Loser" -- by the third episode, the two contestants were already dating. Poueu proposed to Anderson at "The Biggest Loser" ranch in October 2010, and the pair tied the knot in San Francisco, California in April 2012.
Season twelve contestants Ramon Medeiros and Jessica Limpert may have lost weight, but they gained love. The couple began dating while on the show and in November 2011, Medeiros told People that it was "in the cards" for the couple to be married.