“Bachelor Nation,” is known for its epic and whirlwind love stories, that always keeps fans all over the world glued to their devices.
The show has been responsible for bringing many incredible people together, in the aim of living happily ever after. While some relationships worked in the long run, others didn’t.
Although the show dotes on love and happiness in the end, there have been some cases that brought sadness to the hearts of viewers all over the world.
Continue reading below to find out about four Bachelor stars, who are now deceased.
During the 2019 edition of “The Bachelorette,” Tyler Gwozdz enlisted as a contestant on the show. After week three, he was eliminated from the show.
According to “Deadline,” he was known as a psychology graduate, who had the hopes of one day obtaining a Ph. D. to become a professional clinical psychologist.
A report confirmed that Gwozdz died on January 22, 2020 from opioid toxicity. When this news came to light, fans were devastated and they took to his Instagram page to say their goodbyes.
Julien Hug was born on February 4, 1975 in San Diego to restaurant owners, Bertrand and Denise Hug.
When he was 14 years old, Hug took up dish washing in one of his father’s restaurants, and watched closely, because he one day, wanted to own his restaurant.
In no time, he became the Maître d’ in one of the restaurants, and guests often described him as pleasant and forthcoming.
Hug enlisted on “The Bachelor” during season five and was romantically linked to Jennifer Bell, who spoke at his funeral. In 2010, he committed suicide with a self-inflicted gunshot wound, and was found in the woods, after a few hours.
Alexa ‘Lex’ McAllister
Alexa McAllister was a native of Columbus, Ohio, USA, who died at age 31 in February 16, 2016. She became a cast of “The Bachelor” in 2010, during Jake Pavelka’s season, but was eliminated after week one.
Variety reported that a 911 call was made at 2.p.m on Saturday, and the caller mentioned that the reality TV star had overdosed on some pills.
She was immediately rushed to the hospital, and a report later announced that she was responding to treatment. Sadly, a few days later, she succumbed to her health issues around 2:39 a.m.
Eric Jonathan Hill became one of the contestants on “The Bachelorette” in 2014. He was born to David and Dana Hill, and was one of six kids.
He is also the author of “How To Stick a Dart in Your Head,” which currently sells on Amazon.
Hill had just began his career as a reality star, when he sustained wounds from a paragliding accident after his parachute became faulty mid-air.
He was in coma for a few days, before succumbing to his injuries in April 23, 2014.