No Trouble in Paradise for the 'Bachelor'
No Trouble in Paradise for the 'Bachelor'
Glenn Diaz
Glenn Diaz
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Despite previous reports that the beleaguered Bachelor couple Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney has already reached a rocky stage in their relationship, according to E! Online, there's hardly any trouble in paradise, as the two, plus Jason's son Ty, were spotted doing some R and R on a Caribbean beach.

Jason and Molly, who gained widespread censure on the last season of The Bachelor for a blindside that involved winner Melissa Rycroft, was at the grand opening of the Italian Village at Beaches Turks and Caicos resort. Rycroft recently bagged the second-runner up spot at the last season of Dancing with the Stars.  She became a quick replacement for an injured contestant mere days after the hullabaloo that shocked the television-viewing public.


"They were on the beach all day Friday building sand castles and making sand angels together," a source reports. "At dinner on Friday night, Ty and Molly were holding hands as she talked him through the buffet line."

All the while, Molly is reported to have been wearing a diamond "M" necklace, a birthday gift from Jason.

Access Hollywood has caught up with the trio in the Caribbean, and Jason and Molly both said they still have not gotten used to the cameras, after everything.

"I don't think you can ever get used to the cameras being on you," Molly Malaney said. "We really stepped away from everything. That's not why we did the show. That's not why we did any of this," Jason added.

Asked if he has any advice for Jillian Harris, who is herself embarking on a journey to love via her own season of The Bachelorette, Mesnick declined and said she doesn't need advice from him. "She said that she was always looking for a best friend and I think that's what she'll look for and she'll find."

Jillian was among the final three women on Jason's Bachelor season.


- Glenn Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: E! Online, Hollywood Gossip
(Image courtesy of Grand Rapids Press Photo)

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