After DeAnna, Jesse Csincsak Moves on to Former 'The Bachelor' Suitor
After DeAnna, Jesse Csincsak Moves on to Former 'The Bachelor' Suitor
Glenn Diaz
Glenn Diaz
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
If we'd remember, professional snowboarder and Colorado native Jesse Csincsak was chosen by DeAnna Pappas in the final episode of The Bachelorette's fourth season, beating out Jason Mesnick, who is now the star of his very own The Bachelor season.

In a development in what seems to be a relationship musical chairs, People reported recently that Csincsak spent the weekend skiing in his hometown of Breckinridge with yet another product of The Bachelor franchise - Holly Durst, a suitor on The Bachelor: London Calling.

While Csincsak says he's not “"really focused on dating" after his engagement to Pappas broke off in November, he is not closing down his doors on any romantic possibility with Durst.

"We're both from Ohio, we both have a lot in common, and I think that we both really enjoy hanging out with each other," he says.  "It was awesome, man, and it was cathartic.  We all got to catch up, chit-chat about how things have been.  It was cool, because we all had the same experience, and there's nobody else out there that can understand what we went through except for the guys that were on the show."

The weekend was not theirs alone apparently, as also present was another former The Bachelor: London Calling and The Bachelorette fourth-season suitors.  Csincsak says they didn't talk about Pappas at all, especially her rejection by Brad Womack on the eleventh season.

"Believe it or not, we really didn't talk about her," Csincsak says.  "It was just a guys' weekend, and we spent more time throwing the guys that didn't show up under the bus then we did talking about her."

Pappas broke up with Csincsak November last year citing differences.  "I really felt like I was going to spend the rest of my life with him.  I thought he was my fairy-tale ending," Pappas said.  "But after the show was over and we settled in to our normal lives, I slowly came to realize that we are two totally different people and it wasn't going to work out."


- Glenn Paul Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: People
(Image courtesy of Us Magazine)

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