Whatever happened to Evan Marriott, 29, after the first Joe Millionaire wrapped? He split a $1 million prize with his chosen one, Zora, and then they split up. "I didn't have to marry her," he says with a laugh, "and she still took half of what I had!"
Once Uncle Sam and Zora took their cuts of his cash, the former construction worker says, "I invested in real estate. It helps that I have a father that's an investment banker." Oh, and he's found a new, cleaner line of work. No, he's not back to underwear modeling. Starting March 17, Marriott will host Fake-A-Date on GSN (formerly known as the Game Show Network).
It's just a guess, but more viewers will likely see Marriott's new dating show than Fox's Joe Millionaire 2, which bombed heinously. "I thought it was a great show," he says of Joe's sequel. "Why the rest of America didn't open their arms up and welcome