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But what about the rest of them? Viarni Bright. Now: Winner, winner chicken dinner. As far as reality TV show winners, Viarni has kept a pretty low profile. Aside from a couple of magazine stories, her Instagram feed is so un-full of loved-up snaps, some wondered if true love was on the rocks.
Lily McManus. Then: She was the wild one, the young one, the butterfly-Zac-couldn't-bear-to-cage one. Now: After the final rose, Lily swapped Wellington for Auckland and between appearances on the social scene and really nailing that "cool girl" vibe on Instagram, she's been dipping her toes back into telly, filming for The Project and Jono and Ben.
Surely someone is going to sign this woman up for her own show!? Like, really open. Her elimination as number three was a tough watch. For a hot minute she was also posting regularly to her blog - Claudia Anne - about life, love, and her her time in The Mansion. Can't disagree or fault the woman's logic. Hannah Howley. Then: Hannah, Hannah, Hannah. That, and she was pretty good at kickboxing. Now: Hannah didn't find love on the show, but she did find some quality mates.
The advertising manager now shares an flat in Auckland with her 'Amigo' Lily, and the two are often spotted around the social circuit with their ex-boyfriend's girlfriend, Viarni. Because that's not weird and totally normal. Bel Clarke. Then : She loved baking for friends!
She loved animals! She loved Bel was the "sweet one" who got her heart thrown into the waters of Thailand when she was dumped by Zac mid-date. Forget fighting to win the heart of someone over a couple of months, that time-wasting is for suckers. No, no, our Bel is going straight for the kill shot and getting hitched to a stranger on Married at First Sight New Zealand. A true romantic or a sucker for punishment? Only time will tell. Mariana Morrison. Then: She was maybe the most over-qualified contestant of all time - she's got a Masters of Business Management, spent four years in the New Zealand Navy as a chef, broke records as an open ocean swimmer, was working full time as a business studies lecturer and moderator, as well as finishing her PHD, doing regular community and charity work AND is a proud mother to her little girl.