Hopefully a recent injury doesn't mean Ali Fedotowsky will be limping down the aisle.
The former Bachelorette star fractured her femur while kickboxing two months ago, People reports.
At first Fedotowsky, 26, thought she had torn the ACL in her knee. However, an MRI revealed she had suffered a fracture as a result of a defect in the cartilage of her leg. Fedotowsky is currently using...
Welcome back to another season of The Bachelor where the lucky guy this year is a familiar face — Brad Womack. Now I'm sure a bunch of you are skeptical about this season, as am I, but the more I've spoke to Brad himself and host Chris Harrison, the more I think we're in for a fun ride. Hope you'll join me!
The Bachelorette's Ali Fedotowsky may have found love with Roberto Martinez, but life isn't all "rainbows and butterflies," she says.
"There are areas we don't match up on, but what makes a good couple is learning to accept things that are differences about your partner," Fedotowsky tells TVGuide.com.
The newest Bachelorette couple may have just gotten engaged, but the bride already has one detail for her wedding decided: There will be yellow.
Bachelorette's Chris Harrison: Ali knew night one it was Roberto
"There will certainly be yellow in the wedding. Maybe a white dress with a splash of yellow ribbon," Ali Fedotowsky tells TVGuide.com.
Throughout the season, it was no secret what the 25-year-old's favorite color was — she even wore a flowy yellow gown during the final rose ceremony.
In a surprising twist to the typical Bachelor and Bachelorette endings, Ali Fedotowsky only had one man show up to the final rose ceremony. She took a leap of faith, and Roberto, in turn, proposed. Host Chris Harrison calls that moment "lightning in a bottle" and tells TVGuide.com his advice for the new couple. Plus: Will runner-up Chris be the next Bachelor?