'The Bachelorette' Ashley Hebert and Husband J.P. Rosenbaum Describe Their Secret for Staying Together (VIDEO)
“There is no formula. It’s like life we just happened to fall in love on a TV show,” Rosenbaum said on Thursday's The View about why they made it compared to all the other couples formed on the show.
“You know what I think happens, I think that people feel like they want it to happen so bad and they don’t actually trust their emotions,” Hebert added. “They’re not 100 percent honest maybe about their emotions. If you stay true to yourself and true to your feelings and you’re acting like yourself, you get to know the other person a lot earlier.”
But how can you be yourself when you’re on a reality show competing for the love of your life? Rosenbaum revealed it’s pretty easy since they’re not privy to the details of the other contestants’ dates.
Hebert and Rosenbaum married on Dec. 1 in Pasadena in a ceremony officiated by Bachelor host Chris Harrison. The beautiful bride said she was most nervous about her guests rather than the ceremony itself.
“I was definitely nervous - we did somewhat of a destination [wedding] so we had our family and friends traveling from across the country for me. I wanted to make sure everybody got there safely and everybody had a great time. It was really like a family reunion for us. Our main concern was less about the vows and the marriage, and more about everybody getting there safely and having fun.”
The Bachelorette: Ashley and J.P.’s Wedding airs Sunday at 9 PM on ABC.