Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd’s wedding on Bachelor in Paradise season 2 was FAKE! The Season 2 premiere of Bachelor In Paradise featured an elaborate wedding in Mexico. Last year’s “winning” couple (well, the only couple that survived after the show was over), Marcus Grodd and Lacy Faddoul, said “I Do” on national television. Then, the following night, Lacy appeared on the live Bachelor In Paradise talk show with Chris Harrison to discuss her new married life as a military wife – Marcus is currently training for the coast guard. Here’s the shocker – it was all FAKE. Marcus and Lacy are not even married!
According to TMZ, Lacy and Marcus never obtained an actual marriage license in Mexico nor the United States – so legally they aren’t even married. Sure, they had a pretty wedding and were announced “man and wife” – but that means absolutely nothing without the actual paperwork being filed. We get that the wedding took place in another country, and Marcus is now in the coast guard, so it’s understandable if it took a few weeks to get the paperwork done. But the wedding was filmed over two months ago! Seriously, neither of them had time to drop a form off at the courthouse?
Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd are basically the only successful couple to come out of The Bachelor franchise in years – and now it looks like their magical Mexico wedding was all nothing more than a publicity scam, and fans of the show are not happy about it. If Lacy and Marcus aren’t even married, then that means the last couple from the show to actually make it are Sean and Catherine!
Did you watch Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd tie the knot? Were you convinced that their wedding was the real deal? Do you think they just haven’t had time to file the paperwork, or they have no real intention of ever being legally married? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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