Say it isn’t so! Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd, who allegedly got married on the Aug. 2 season premiere of ‘Bachelor In Paradise,’ played everyone for a fool because the ceremony was nothing more than a ratings ploy, a new report claims. Find out all the details!
On the Aug. 1 season premiere of Bachelor In Paradise, Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd, 26, exchanged “I dos” during an emotional beach wedding in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, but a new report claims it was totally fake!
The marriage is not legally binding, according to TMZ. The couple doesn’t have a marriage license in either Mexico or the United States. And a real marriage won’t be happening anytime soon, the site claims, as Marcus is away finishing his Coast Guard training.
It’s quite interesting because the wedding that was shown on TV didn’t exactly match Lacy’s initial vision. Maybe because it wasn’t their real wedding?
During the premiere of Chris Soules‘ season of The Bachelor in January 2014, Lacy told Us Weekly, “We actually really want to customize our wedding to contribute to the Bachelor Nation. And, so, we’re planning in the process and we actually are designing a perfume line. My perfume is actually what I’ll be wearing on my wedding day so I’m really excited about that. Clare Crawley, Michelle Money, there are several Bachelor people who will definitely make the list as well as our bridal party.” Neither Clare nor Michelle attended the TV ceremony.
Lacy and Marcus, who both appeared on separate seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, met while filming Season 1 of Bachelor in Paradise in 2014. They became engaged before their season finished filming.
HollywoodLife.com reached out to ABC who had no comment.
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— Chris Rogers