If there’s one thing that stays the same in reality TV, it’s the showmances! While some couples that meet and fall in love on Big Brother stay together for the long run – we’re looking at you, Brenchel – others define showmance, saying goodbye to their fling when the cameras do.
Us Weekly has rounded up some of the most memorable showmances in Big Brother history!
Swaggy C and Bayleigh Dayton — Season 20
The couple’s showmance started shortly after they entered the house, but they only spent 23 days together before Swaggy was evicted. Despite their brief romance, the day trader proposed to the flight attendant on the season finale after spending much of the summer with her family back home. “I want you and only you,” he told her. “I don’t really know what my future holds, but I do know I want you in it.” Later that night, the newly engaged duo stayed mum on the aftershow, Off the Block With Ross and Marissa, when asked about pregnancy rumors, but Bayleigh did say, “We definitely want to have babies.” Two days later, the pair confirmed on YouTube that Bayleigh did get pregnant on the show, but she suffered a miscarriage in the jury house.
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Tyler Crispen and Angela Rummans — Season 20
The lifeguard and the fitness model, who are both from Hilton Head, South Carolina, had chemistry from the very beginning, but it took a few weeks for their romance to begin. They finally shared a kiss and exchanged “I love yous” toward the end of the season. Tyler outed his low-key romance with Angela during his final statements to the jury on the finale, during which he finished in second place behind his Level Six alliance member Kaycee Clark.
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Faysal Shafaat and Haleigh Broucher — Season 20
The substitute teacher and the college student had somewhat of a rocky start to their showmance. She even rolled away from him on the hammock in the backyard at one point. During another confrontation, a visibly frustrated Haleigh asked Fessy, “Is this how you act in real life?” But the pair managed to save their relationship once they were evicted from the game and spent time together in the jury house. “It’s the real deal,” Fessy proudly revealed on the finale, to which Haleigh replied, “It is indeed.”
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Jessica Graf and Cody Nickson – Season 19
Jess and Cody began seeing each other day one and quickly separated themselves from the rest of the house. While people liked Jess, no one got along with Cody, and he ruined both of their games. Regardless, he still won America’s Favorite Houseguest. They later competed on The Amazing Race season 30. Jess and Cody got engaged in February 2018, and she announced in September that they are expecting their first child together. (Cody is also the father of daughter Paisley from a previous relationship.)
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Matthew Clines and Raven Walton – Season 19
The pair flew under the radar in the Big Brother house, but were inseparable from the start. After filming wrapped, they continued dating.
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