ABC's 'Bachelor Pad' finale - See who won
The second season finale of ABC's reality dating series "Bachelor Pad" aired on Monday, September 12.
During the three-hour finale, the four remaining couples, Vienna & Kasey, Michelle & Graham, Ella & Kirk and Holly & Michael competed for the $250,000 prize. (Warning: Spoiler Alert!)
The winners of the "Bachelor Pad" finale were Michael Stagliano and Holly Durst, who split the $250,000 prize.
The formerly engaged couple will spend their winnings separately, as it was announced last week that Durst got engaged to fellow "Bachelor Pad" contestant Blake Julian.
During a recently aired episode, Stagliano, who appeared on "The Bachelorette" season 5, revealed that he still had feelings for his former fiancé and partner, who appeared on "The Bachelor" season 12.
During the finale, the four remaining couples went to Las Vegas and had 24 hours to master a terrifying Cirque du Soleil routine that takes professionals six months to learn.
Former stars of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" franchise, Trista Sutter, Jason Mesnick and Ali Fedotowsky were on hand to judge the remaining couples. They eliminated Ella and Kirk while the winning couple, Michael and Holly got to choose who would join them in the finale and they picked Graham and Michelle.
During the episode, host "Bachelor Pad" host Chris Harrison sat down with Ben Flajnik, the next man to look for love on ABC's "The Bachelor" next January.
Flajnik, a winemaker from Somona, California, was the runner-up on the recent seventh season of the program's spin-off, "The Bachelorette," which saw star Ashley Hebert pick J.P Rosenbaum over him. They are now engaged. (Check out a recap and photos from the finale.)
Flajnik made headlines last month, when several entertainment news outlets linked him romantically to actress Jennifer Love Hewitt. She told Ryan Seacrest's syndicated KIIS-FM radio show in mid-August that she and Flajnik met "totally by coincidence" and that she is "totally single."
The season 2 finale of "Bachelor Pad" aired on Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Who do you think should have won? Vote in our poll.