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The Bachelor’s Ben Higgins Proposes to Lauren B. with $95,000 Engagement Ring

Whether or not you’re a fan of “The Bachelor,” we’re sure you’ve heard the news – bachelor Ben Higgins chose bubbly, blonde Lauren Bushnell over sassy, brunette JoJo Fletcher as the winner! Ben proposed to Lauren with a gorgeous Neil Lane engagement ring worth $95,000 and a total of 4.6 carats. The diamond stunner includes a square-cut center stone, surrounded by tiny diamonds, all set in platinum. Lauren B., you are one lucky lady!


Ben Higgins & Lauren Bushnell


Lauren Bushnell’s Engagement Ring

If you’re feeling bad for JoJo, don’t worry – her journey of love will continue on the next season of “The Bachelorette!”

Bachelor fans, what do you think, did Ben make the right choice?

The Jewelry Insider

September 26, 2008

Looks like old Jen finally got it right. After two failed attempts at love on TV’s The Bachelorette, Jen Schefft has a diamond ring she can actually wear on her ring finger. The lucky guy is Joe Waterman, a trader who hails from Chicago.

The couple met on a blind date in February, and the hook up came through one of Schefft’s previous blind dates that didn’t work out. You gotta give a girl props for getting out there.

“I’m so excited and so happy,” says Schefft. “We really get each other. I guess it’s true things move fast when you meet the right person.”

This news comes on the heels of her former fiancé, Andrew Firestone’s, announcement that he and his wife are expecting their first child. Jen was reportedly heart broken when their relationship ended, and kept the 2.8 carat Harry Winston engagement ring when the two parted ways.

We’re still scouting the specs for the diamond rock from Waterman and their early wedding details, but USMagazine reports the happy couple will most likely have a small affair next spring in Chicago.

“We’re going to keep it small and intimate – just really close family and friends,” says Schefft.

Looks like this reality show veteran wants to keep it real. Our fingers are crossed for you, Jen. One bit of advice for your florist: No. Roses.