What Really Happened Inside The 'Love Is Blind' Finale Party
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What Really Happened Inside The 'Love Is Blind' Finale Party

Growth may be uncomfortable, but it's so worth it, sis.

Just ask the cast of Netflix's new reality dating show, Love Is Blind, who has spent the past year and a half on an emotional rollercoaster that no one saw coming. On the show, 5 couples got engaged without ever seeing each other in person, and after being whisked away to a romantic vacation in Mexico, they were thrust back into the real world where they were bombarded by opinions of family and friends, the distractions of social media, and faced with many side eyes and random pitfalls as they planned their weddings.

Last week, xoNecole hit up City Winery to see which couples' flames were still burning since their wedding day in 2018 and I'ma let y'all finish, but Lauren and Cameron had one of the greatest reality TV love stories of all time.

If you haven't had a chance to watch the viral series by now, you still have time to binge all ten episodes before the reunion episode premieres tomorrow (March 5). From the couple's relatable AF rifts and learning to adjust to each other's quirks, xoNecole has all the tea on who's still together a year and a half later and how they make their love work.

Click to watch below!


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