“It’s A Match!”
Two former Bachelor contestants didn’t need a rose ceremony to share their mutual interest when they swiped right on each other on Bumble.
“When you match with a #bacheloralum #noshame #datingapps,” she said in a since-deleted tweet, according to E! News. She paired the caption with a photo of their conversation, which showed that Holm had yet to respond to Faddoul’s initial message.
Faddoul started her Bachelor saga when she competed for Juan Pablo Galavis’ heart on season 18 of The Bachelor. She went on to star in Bachelor in Paradise, where she met and got engaged to Marcus Grodd. The couple was married in an intimate beach ceremony in Mexico on the season 2 premiere of the show, but split soon after.
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“Looking back now, it just seems like [Lacy] became a different person,” Grodd exclusively told PEOPLE in July. “I think Lacy and I are done for good. From what I’ve seen of her the past six months, 10 months, a year, that’s not the woman I want to have my kids with and have a family with.”
He concluded, “I think it’s good and gone.”