Former Bachelorette Jen Schefft and husband Joe Waterman welcomed a baby girl on Saturday, Us Magazine reports.
Looks like Jen Schefft's instincts were right: The former Bachelorette star is expecting a baby girl.
"We had to wait almost two hours for the ultrasound, since the technician was running late," Schefft told Us Weekly. "After what seemed like an ...
Bachelor and Bachelorette alum Jen Schefft is pregnant with her first child, Us reports.
"I was shocked. I thought it would take more time," Schefft tells the magazine. "I took three tests because I didn't believe it was true!"
The Bachelor's terrible track record: A history of failed romances
The 33-year-old Chicago PR exec was so excited she handed her husband of a year Joe Waterman a Ziploc bag with ...
As the next installment of ABC's hit dating show stars premieres with a returning Bachelor looking for a second shot at love, we've got to wonder: Why would anyone want to go back to a show that has such a poor track record when it comes to couples who stay together? Is it possible that TV isn't the best place to look for love? We decided to take a look back — at both The Bachelor and The Bachelorette — to see where all the contestants are now.
Although Jen Schefft, who in 2005 shot down two marriage-minded suitors as The Bachelorette, applauds Bachelor Brad Womack's decision not to propose to anyone in this season's finale, she's still steamed that he isn't taking as much heat for his non-choice as she did. Where, she asks on the Huffington Post, is the outrage and "negative press I personally received after announcing I didnt want to be with any of the guys I met on the show? I havent seen much denouncing him as a jerk... or proclaiming he made the biggest mistake of his life and that hed be single forever. Um, remind me never to ask Schefft to come to my defense. Ben Katner