Brooke says she got to know Antonio and his children behind closed doors and had "as good of a time as you can have" without being seen in public."We couldn’t really court, because we weren’t allowed to be seen in public, so it’s very difficult to try to have a relationship behind closed doors," she said. We saw each other for probably a couple of months after the show was filmed, and then we just decided it was best to see other people, and I haven’t heard from him since." On Sunday's finale (VH1 has the full episode online), the fiery Miranda was amicable about losing, calling it "OK" that Antonio chose Brooke.Perhaps she was trying to avoid a cringe-inducing exit like Antonio's ex-wife and former contestant Tully.The emotion in the last episodes is palpable and real, if I ever saw real emotion. I can't watch soaps, because I can't stand emotion that does not come out of the scene, but directly from script - but this made me understand the fascination and attachment, that others could have regarding this medium of entertainment. Sabato, who spoke during the Republican National Convention in July that nominated Donald Trump for president, filed Statement of Candidacy paperwork today with the Federal Election Commission and registered the “Antonio Sabato Jr for Congress” committee name. citizen, has said he has found it difficult to get roles in Hollywood because of his support for now-President Trump.
It seems like a bummer for fans of the show to know the day after the finale that the couple at the show's heart is no longer seeing each other.Maybe they should show these things right after filming to give the couple a chance to have a more normal relationship.That whole not being able to see each other in public thing just doesn't fly in a new relationship where insecurities and expectations can already cause major tension.He also has a daughter from his long-term relationship with Kristin Rosetti.He attended the same high school as Angelina Jolie, Nicholas Cage and David Schwimmer.