The Bachelor's Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi have called off their engagement.
Melissa got the ring, but she did not get Jason’s heart; he had dumped her and reconnected with Molly.
So when Melissa spoke with her mother from the couple’s romantic getaway in New Zealand — her parents had refused to appear on camera to meet Jason when he visited Melissa’s hometown — it was hard not to wince when she confessed, through tears, "I’ve completely fallen for him.
I absolutely told him I loved him, and that was huge." And when, after the proposal, Jason, Melissa and Jason’s son Ty all jumped in the pool together after Melissa had shouted, "I’m gonna be a Mesnick!
," it was hard not to reflect upon how perfect moments are fabricated just like the imperfect ones and are as subject to unraveling.
But the sky seemed to open with a vengeance the second Molly stepped onto the white aisle.
Considering that budget wasn't a concern and that the 2. Molly and Jason will travel to South Africa for their honeymoon, where they'll take part in exotic African safaris!Jason’s eventual flip-flop isn’t without precedent — the ninth bachelor, Lorenzo Borghese, took up with his season’s runner-up after things with the winner didn’t pan out.But as a single, divorced father who himself had his heart broken on “The Bachelorette” last year, Jason seemed to be the person the least capable of wounding someone else in this context.When Jason eliminated Molly last night, he practically doubled over in pain, bawling.And on the follow-up show, Melissa’s hurt was clear.A memorable, and oh so fitting, ceremony song: *American Idol *runner-up Jason Castro performed a beautiful rendition of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" while Molly walked down the aisle. I cannot wait to spend the rest of my life with you. For a behind the scenes look, check out this video on ABC!