‘Love Is Blind’: Which Season 3 Couples Are Still Together?

'Love Is Blind' Season 3 reunion
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[Warning: The following contains MAJOR spoilers for Love Is Blind Season 3 finale and reunion.]

Love Is Blind Season 3 has come to an end. The reality dating show premiered its first four episodes on Wednesday, October 19, bringing Netflix‘s dating experiment back to eager audiences. And this season, only five couples made it out of the pods engaged. And less ended the season married.

In the beginning, Alexa Alfia and Brennon Lemieux only had ears for each other. Bartise Bowden shared a strong connection with Raven Ross at first, but her aloof demeanor while he was opening up to her, hampered their bond, prompting him to go with his gut and actively pursue Nancy Rodriguez as his No. 1. Nancy was torn between Bartise and Andrew Liu, and for a while seemed to be leaning toward the latter. But as she described, her life with Andrew could be “great” — but “amazing” with Bartise.

Cole Barnett and Colleen Reed shared a connection at first, but Colleen refused to open up, saying she wasn’t attracted to deep conversations (kind of the backbone of a marriage…). Cole wanted the depth, choosing to pursue Zanab Jaffrey instead. Zanab was a bit worried about Cole’s age, but they bonded over shared faith, and their connection grew. As for Raven, she loved the emotional support and patience SK Alagbada gave her. And Matt Bolton gave Colleen similar patience, assuring her that deep conversations can come with time.

'Love Is Blind' Season 3 reunion

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By the end of the pods portion, the engaged couples were Alexa and Brennon, Matt and Colleen, Zanab and Cole, Nancy and Bartise, and SK and Raven. As of Season 3 Episode 4, all five couples were still engaged. But tension rose as the real world popped its pod bubbles in Episodes 5 through 7.

The toxic fights between some couples didn’t break them up before the weddings, but the first wedding in Episode 10 did have an unhappy end when SK told Raven, “I don’t” at the altar.

Two more couples ended their weddings in heartbreak, and the other two ended up hitched in the Love Is Blind Season 3 finale, streaming now. But who’s still together in the Love Is Blind Season 3 reunion? Scroll through the Love Is Blind Season 3 couples gallery to see who’s still together.

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Brennon Lemieux and Alexa Alfia in the 'Love Is Blind' Season 3 reunion
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Brennon & Alexa: Still Married

Brennon and Alexa were the season’s least dramatic couple, and their married life has stayed happy. Saying “I do” was an easy choice for both of them. And in the reunion, they shared they didn’t have their first fight until after moving in together post-wedding.

Dirty dishes caused the fight, but it was also the culmination of some pent-up feelings. It taught them to communicate better, and in hindsight, they felt the experiment was the best way for them to come together.

“I’ve never been loved the way that he loved me,” Alexa shared, also revealing she was ready to leave the pods at one point. Missing her family became too much, and she feared Brennon didn’t want her as she wanted him. He did, and the rest was history.

Now, Brennon tries to playfully pick up Alexa when they’re out to see if his game could have intrigued her if they had met in the real world. As he teased, it wouldn’t. Love being blind really did work for them.

Matt Bolton and Colleen Reed in the 'Love Is Blind' Season 3 reunion

Matt & Colleen: Still Married

Matt and Colleen had to learn healthy communication throughout the season, and that experience continued after they got married in the finale.

In the reunion, the couple shared their communication has grown much more since filming wrapped, and they’re still happily married. But in fact, they have not yet moved in together.

“We’re very much on the same page” about not living together yet, Colleen told hosts Nick and Vanessa Lachey. The day after saying “I do,” they realized blending their lives would be logistically tricky for a bit. Apartment leases and other money issues led to their decision to live separately for now, but they feel it’s what’s best for them.

“We got married in an unorthodox way, so we’re doing marriage in an unorthodox way,” she added.

“We don’t have a central address right now, but we’re together seven days of the week,” Matt added.

They will be moving in together when their current leases are up.

SK Alagbada and Raven Ross in the 'Love Is Blind' Season 3 Reunion
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SK & Raven: Dating

SK felt marriage wasn’t the right move for them on their wedding day. The impending long-distance relationship, caused by Raven’s desire to stay in Texas instead of moving with him to California, was an impasse.

Raven understood the decision to say “I don’t,” which he said in the reunion was a game-time decision, but it still was a shock.

Happily, Raven and SK are still together! The couple revealed they’re currently dating long-distance, which has forced their communication to evolve into the best it’s ever been.

One other reveal from this pair: they didn’t have sex for the first time until after their wedding.

Bartise Bowden and Nancy Rodriguez in the 'Love Is Blind' Season 3 reunion
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Bartise & Nancy: Broken Up

Bartise and Nancy cut things off cold turkey, per Nancy’s request, after he rejected her at the altar in the finale. In the reunion, the tearful Nancy explained that in order to cope with the rejection, she shut off her feelings, but her family understandably could not. As she described, they were fighting a fight she didn’t have the strength to muster.

Nancy confronted Bartise at the reunion, saying that the betrayal didn’t come from the rejection but from being blindsided by it when they promised to be forthcoming on this front beforehand.

Raven, Zanab, and Alexa also called Bartise out during the reunion for going out with a new woman three days after the dramatic wedding. Bartise fairly said he didn’t feel comfortable discussing his sex life with the group but admitted he did have a woman with him to “cope” after Nancy decided to go no contact.

As everyone else explained, it was the fact that he went on a date alone just 72 hours after breaking Nancy’s heart that was egregious; how that date ended didn’t matter.

Brennon and SK also called Bartise out for his comments to Nancy about Raven in Malibu when he said Raven was a “smoke show” and the kind of woman he usually goes for. Brennon was angered by the disrespect of that, saying there’s no good justification for treating someone you claim to love that way. SK said similar, with the added context of Bartise’s objectification being about his partner.

Bartise apologized and said watching the moment back was difficult for him and that watching the entire season, he was even rooting for him and Nancy to end up together despite knowing (and orchestrating) the end. It’s no surprise that Bartise seemed to be Cole’s only defender in the reunion, as both of them spent the whole season not understanding how their actions hurt people and that when met with consequences, they are not victims.

Cole Barnett and Zanab Jaffrey in the 'Love Is Blind' Season 3 reunion
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Cole & Zanab: Broken Up

Cole and Zanab are long done and for good reason. Zanab delivered a searing rejection to Cole at the altar in the finale, standing up for herself after weeks of “constant disrespect,” she said.

“You have disrespected me, you have insulted me, you have critiqued me, and for what it is worth, you have single-handedly shattered my self-confidence,” she told him. Cole was shocked, unable to understand what he did to merit such treatment.

As viewers know, he did a lot. And the reunion revealed how much the show’s producers buried how much more harm he caused to Zanab’s mental health.

Zanab revealed that the night before their wedding, Cole came to her to divulge that he had tried to kiss another woman at the bachelor party and got her number. Cole denied it at the reunion, saying he and the guys all went home after going to the rodeo. The women defended Zanab saying the men would always go out partying together after filming wrapped, so doing so after the bachelor rodeo would make sense. Brennon said it was entirely possible that they went out; he was too drunk to remember anything after the rodeo. Matt said he went straight home. Bartise and SK didn’t share anything. Cole tried to smear Zanab as a liar, but just because the show didn’t show something doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.

Cole did this again moments later when Zanab made the shocking reveal that Cole actively tried to control her eating habits throughout filming, resulting in her developing an eating disorder.

Nancy, Raven, and Alexa were fierce defenders of Zanab throughout, saying they knew all of this was happening as it was going down, but the show, for some unfathomable reason, decided not to show the full truth of Cole’s behavior. Instead, it opted to make it look like there was wrongdoing on both sides, with Zanab being “naggy” and passive-aggressive, which pales in comparison to Cole taking food away from her, encouraging her to only eat salads, and even telling her two tangerines were too much food to consume.

“I stopped eating” altogether except for a single banana and a scoop of peanut butter just to make sure she wouldn’t faint during filming, Zanab told Nick and Vanessa.

Once again, the show cut through the end of this back-and-forth quickly, only showing the Lacheys giving clipped responses and deciding to move on. Did the hosts press further on this important issue or not?

At the end of the reunion, Cole apologized to everyone and broke down in tears, saying he regretted the experience. He said he felt shame watching the season back, and Zanab (being extremely forgiving and kind) began to comfort him.

Zanab said she forgave Cole and wanted him to improve to be a better partner to someone else.