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Last night all the drama and sexual tension came to a head on the season finale of Bachelor Pad. The three remaining couples faced off in a Dancing with the Stars-style competition and Natalie Getz and David Good won the ultimate prize.
The final six danced in front of judges (and former The Bachelor and The Bachelorette stars) Melissa Rycroft, Jake Pavelka and Trista Sutter -- and Tenley Molzahn and Kiptyn Locke got the roses. But then Natalie and Dave won it all when their fellow Bachelor Pad contestants voted in a Survivor-like voting twist.
The winning duo was awarded the grand prize, $250,000 (which they decided to split) and, you know, everlasting love. The couple said they're currently trying out a long-distance relationship, but Dave admitted they're not quite "on the same level as" serious real-life pair Kiptyn and Tenley.
Of course, those two couples weren't the only Bachelor Pad contestants who found romance. Turns out Gia Allemand and Wes Hayden, who flirted on the show but held back because Gia had a boyfriend, hooked up after being eliminated and are also trying their hand at a long-distance relationship.
But (not surprisingly) "power couple" Jesse Kovacs and Elizabeth Kitt hit a snag after filming ended. "We spent a lot of time together and realized we were on completely different pages," Kovacs spilled to People.com. Elizabeth also opened up about their split. "I feel stupid and embarrassed after seeing things he said about me," she said of watching the show. "He gave me so many reasons behind the scenes to believe that he was falling."
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