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Love is Blind Season 3 :Nick and Vanessa Lachey Discuss Why Not All Love is Blind Couples May Have Happy Endings!

The Love Is Blind hosts Nick and Vanessa Lachey discussed the challenges that the season three couples will face in order to maintain their relationship in an exclusive interview with E! News. Find out what they said in this.

The third season of Love Is Blind contestants’ honeymoon period might be coming to an end.

While the engagements of the third round of contestants from the popular Netflix series are making headlines, hosts Nick and Vanessa Lachey tease that soon some cracks will begin to show. And according to Vanessa, everything stems from what occurred—or, more specifically, what didn’t occur—in the pods.

She exclusively told E! News, “I think what we’ve done on this season is they didn’t talk about a lot more things that they should have. “In retrospect, they all got it. Some of them expressed regret over the fact that they didn’t inquire further about X, Y, and Z during the pods.”
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The NCIS: Hawai’i star also revealed that during the first season, the couples asked more questions about physical attributes, such as wanting to know who their partner’s celebrity lookalike is. During season two, the couples asked fewer questions about physical characteristics.

But Vanessa reported that during the third season of the show, the daters were adamant about not wanting to know what their significant others looked like at all. In the end, this led to problems, such as when Bartise Bowden told his fiancee Nancy Rodriguez that his second choice, Raven Ross, was more of his typical type and that he called her an “f—king smokeshow.”

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Vanessa offered an explanation, saying, “They didn’t want it to be all about the physical.” “But then the interesting thing is that it does play a factor to some of them,” the narrator says. “[T]he interesting thing is that.”

Nick has stated that every Love Is Blind contestant comes out of the experience changed, the majority of them for the better. This may be too much for some couples to handle, especially considering that none of the couples from the second season are still together.

“I really hope that they learn something about themselves and something that they can take with them into future relationships,” he said. “At the very least, they should learn something about themselves.” “That seems to be the common thread that runs through all of the different seasons.

We can only hope that everyone has gained some insight into themselves, particularly regarding the qualities they seek in a romantic partner, regardless of whether or not they found those qualities in this particular experience.”

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Nick and Vanessa are giving five lucky couples the opportunity to have a reality-style vacation of their own after the Love Is Blind season three honeymoons have concluded. The couple is giving away five “Cuffing Season Stays” as part of a partnership with These “Cuffing Season Stays” are short weekend trips during which new couples can determine whether or not they want to commit to their relationship or take a break from it for the winter.

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Nick made the observation that when you travel with someone, you learn their “ins and outs,” as well as their “pluses and minuses,” and all the other “good stuff,” very quickly. It is impossible to remain hidden.

New episodes of Love Is Blind season three will begin streaming on Netflix on November 2.

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