With the naked eye, it appears as though Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian dressed as Batman and Catwoman for Halloween.
But anyone familiar with them can safely assume they'd never don such lame costumes. On the eve of Monday's The Bachelorette finale, last season's most memorable Bachelor castoff, Melissa Rycroft, splashed around with her new fiance Tye Strickland at the Azure pool in The Palazzo hotel in Las Vegas Saturday.
"That was when I was humiliated.""You could have at least warned a chick before he walked out here," she continued.
"We talked minutes before I went out on that stage, and he never said anything."However, the Dancing With the Stars season 15 champ — who married insurance agent Tye Strickland in December 2009 and has three kids with him — said she now feels at peace with what happened, not to mention that she believes viewers could empathize with what she endured.
Talking about her early life, Melissa Rycroft was born on 11 March 1983, in Dallas, Texas, USA. She is the daughter of Bob Rycroft and Mary Rycroft.
The couple together has three children named Ava Grace Strickland, Beckett Thomas Strickland, and Cayson Jack Strickland. She and husband Tye Strickland welcomed daughter Ava Grace on Wednesday afternoon in Dallas on Wednesday!Ava Grace Strickland is the first child for the pair, who married in December 2009 in Mexico.(Mesnick and Malaney got married in February 2010, and they welcomed daughter Riley in March 2013.)For example, Rycroft mentioned that she had sent Mesnick's son, Ty, some Hanukkah presents after their season wrapped, but she never heard from the Bachelor star, 40, about them."He never called to say thank you, he never said he got them, he never said he appreciated them," the former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, 33, said. ’ I feel like he gave up, and now, looking back, he had given up, he had moved on, but I didn’t know that."Rycroft said she expected that the pair would spend the After the Final Rose finding out how to get back on the same page, and instead she was blindsided.