‘Love Is Blind’ Season 4: Which Couples Are Still Together? (PHOTOS)

Weddings in the 'Love Is Blind' Season 4 finale
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[Warning: The following contains MAJOR spoilers for Love Is Blind Season 4 finale.]

Thirty singles entered the Love Is Blind Season 4 pods, but only 10 left with a fiancé. And now we know which of those pairs proved that love is blind when saying “I do” in the Season 4 finale.

The four remaining couples walked down the aisle in the Friday, April 14 finale of Love Is Blind Season 4. And most of them walked away in wedded bliss! But how long did that honeymoon phase last? Get an update on each pair’s relationship status in the first-ever Love Is Blind: The Live Reunion on Sunday, April 16 at 8/7c on Netflix. Learn how to watch the streamer’s first reunion special (and second live event ever) here.

Hosted by Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey, Love Is Blind asks if love is truly blind. This season was set in Seattle, Washington, a new location after spending several seasons in Texas. Here, we break down each Love Is Blind Season 4 wedding.

Love Is Blind: The Live Reunion, Sunday, April 16, 8/7c, Netflix

Tiffany and Brett in 'Love Is Blind' Season 4 finale

Tiffany & Brett: Married

Although Tiffany’s accidental slumber in the pods nearly curtailed their quickly close bond, Brett and Tiffany were the first pair to get engaged and exit the pods hand-in-hand. There was no waiting for the attraction to form when they first met. They were immediately smitten.

Their attraction deepened in Mexico, with both of them seeming deliriously in love. That energy continued through Episode 5 and beyond. Truly, things seemed easy and breezy for this pair as they incorporated each other into their everyday lives as live-in partners and as they met each other’s loved ones. (It’s no wonder Tiffany and Brett are currently leading our Love Is Blind Season 4 favorite couples poll!). However, stress did start to sink in in Episodes 9-11.

Planning a wedding in less than one month would make anyone’s hearts race. The planning overwhelmed Tiffany in this batch of episodes, prompting a tearful breakdown at home with Brett in which she questioned if she even wanted a wedding. Brett held her as she cried, and in a show of care and knowing his partner, Brett planned an evening designed to shed the stress away that featured a private plane ride and a romantic dinner for two.

The finale trailer implied there could be some trouble in paradise for these two, but the tension ended up having nothing to do with their feelings for each other. “I would be devastated” if Brett somehow said no, Tiffany told her friends in her bridal suite. “This should be a day of no surprises. This should not happen,” Brett ominously said in the trailer on the same day.

It turned out Brett’s frustration was over the tailoring of his suit pants. He went to a nearby tailor to have them fixed just in time to walk down the aisle. Both Tiffany and Brett said “I do” with ease. The two looked as in love as ever at their reception. These two have been a fan-favorite all season long. Could they be one of the franchise’s most beloved couples?

Micah and Paul in 'Love Is Blind' Season 4 finale

Micah & Paul: Broken Up

Micah and Paul still seemed solid in the wake of her friend’s open disapproval of their impending marriage. One thing they often discussed was where to live. Micah didn’t like Paul’s apartment, and Paul didn’t want to move to Scottsdale, Arizona, Micah’s second home. Micah asked if he’d be willing to try a long-distance relationship, and his answer was a quick and certain “no.”

Eventually he opened up to the idea of trying Scottsdale on for size. (Another thing they tried on: their handmade wedding bands made together in a forge.) They wondered what it would look like to not get married but stay together, but neither of them seemed capable of imagining themselves together if they didn’t say “I do.”

“You’re the thing that I’m the most attracted to on Earth right now, so I’d be lying if I said that I wasn’t afraid of losing you,” Paul told her. And while finding her wedding dress, Micah seemed mostly confident, but still a bit wary.

During the group bachelor party, Paul shared his fears with his friends, breaking down the risks of both “I do” and “I don’t.” He didn’t doubt his love for her, but he did seem to doubt if getting married was the right move. The fear and indecision continued in the final trailer. And as viewers will recall, the previous teaser showed Micah telling Paul at the altar, “I think that the best thing that I can do for us is to give you the opportunity to answer first.”

Micah and Paul were the most skeptical people in their suites before walking down the aisle. Micah, seemingly knowing she was going to say yes, feared a rejection from Paul, who made her feel on the fence. Paul, meanwhile, weighed the pros and cons of both answers with his family and friends. When Micah gave Paul the chance to answer first, he said “I don’t.” Micah walked back up the aisle without giving her answer, because it was sadly no longer needed. He followed her back inside, but not much of a conversation was had.

In solo commentary, Paul revealed on camera for the first time that part of his reason for saying no was that he didn’t think Micah would be a good mother. We’ll see if the reunion will address this revelation. On Micah’s part, she said she never felt truly secure about Paul’s feelings for her, which was why she wanted him to go first at the altar.

Marshall and Jackie in 'Love Is Blind' Season 4 Episode 9
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Jackie & Marshall: Broken Up

The aftermath of Jackie and Marshall’s fight — and Josh’s Hail Mary pass at Jackie at Chelsea’s birthday party — was revealed in Episodes 9-11. And despite starting the season as a strong couple, Jackie and Marshall split in Episode 10.

Marshall told Jackie he needed clarity about where they stood after getting home from Chelsea’s party. Jackie had no interest in trying to participate in any meaningful resolution. As Marshall asked her to tell him what she needed to feel loved, supported, and secure, Jackie complained about the time and her exhaustion. Eventually, she told the truth, saying that the last time she said what she needed (for Marshall to be more “aggressive” with her), he left for three days. She refused to repeat herself out of fear of the same result. Jackie tried to appease Marshall instead, saying he’s sweet and he just needed to love her. He didn’t buy it.

The next day, the women gathered with their loved ones to shop for wedding dresses. Jackie was a no-show, choosing instead to meet with Josh, who said he loved her and wanted to be with her. Jackie didn’t reject the idea. Over at the men’s tuxedo-shopping day, Brett told Marshall the bad news. Jackie didn’t so much as text Marshall about her decision. She was waiting for him at home, and that’s when things ended. After a tense back-and-forth, Jackie came clean.

“Marshall, I can’t love you because I’m attracted to Josh. I just saw Josh, and there is some chemistry,” she said, adding, “I don’t want to be with you anymore.”

Marshall’s reaction was that of jaded disbelief. He asked for the ring back because she “never should’ve accepted [his] proposal.” She refused to return it, because she was in love with him when she said yes. It was just the “real world” that “got to us,” she said. As Marshall shot back, “Got to you.”

Jackie was unexplainably cold to Marshall as she said her goodbye. “Well, take it easy. And maybe I’ll see you around,” she said, expressing hardly any emotion.

“No, you won’t,” Marshall declared as he got up and walked away.

Jackie laughed in response, sneering at him as he walked out the door, as if judging him for having feelings. And clearly, Marshall’s expression of his feelings — and his mature advocacy of his and hers — was the real issue for Jackie all along.

“Damn, I’m crazy. I probably need to do some self-work,” she told the cameras after acting like Marshall was a bad partner. She didn’t even seem to believe her own words.

Jackie didn’t appear again after this breakup, but Marshall did attend Tiffany and Brett’s wedding. Marshall and Brett’s friendship is one of the unexpected highlights of the season.

Chelsea and Kwame in 'Love Is Blind' Season 4 finale

Chelsea & Kwame: Married

Chelsea and Kwame’s connection was still notable, but the stress of the quick process, the insecurities it breeds, and the radio silence from Kwame’s mother created more tension for the couple in these episodes.

The pair got into a small spat while out shopping in one episode brought on by a passive aggressive comment Chelsea made that morning. To their credit, both are good at coming to conflict resolutions in good faith. While some defensiveness may come from Chelsea’s end, she listens to Kwame’s concerns and expresses her own. After a steamy engagement photo shoot, the topic of Kwame’s mother came up again.

“Will you say yes to me, if it’s right for you, without your mom’s approval?” she asked. Kwame couldn’t give a flat-out yes, but assured that he loved her deeply. After meeting Chelsea’s more boisterous side of the family, they envisioned finding a place of their own in Seattle and putting down roots. The change of location was still a hard compromise for Kwame, but didn’t seem like a dealbreaker.

Episode 11 ended with their wedding day. Kwame’s mother was a no-show, but his very supportive brother and sister were there to guide him through the day. Barbara and Chelsea shared a beautiful bonding moment in the bridal suite, and then it was time to walk down the aisle. Chelsea didn’t miss a beat when it was time to give her answer. For her, the “I do” was easy.

The finale picked up where Episode 11 left off, and Kwame ended up saying “I do” with a big smile on his face. The rest of their wedding day showed their wedded bliss, but fans will no doubt be looking for an update on Kwame’s relationship status with his mother during the reunion.

Bliss and Zack in 'Love Is Blind' Season 4 finale

Bliss & Zack: Married

Episodes 9-11 showed Bliss and Zack’s meeting-the-family moments. Zack’s family could see the love and admiration between them and approved of their upcoming nuptials, and Bliss’s mother said something that would bring tears to any viewer’s eyes.

Meeting Bliss’s mom and sisters brought on a lot of questions about Irina, fairly so. For the first time on camera, he explained the fear he felt when Bliss implied that her family might not approve of Zack’s upbringing in the pods. He experienced rejection in the past over his mother’s time as a stripper and him growing up poor and seriously unfair judgment. But Bliss’s mother didn’t share that ire. “I’ll be your mom,” she told Zack after he mourned his late mother.

Bliss’s father was much more judgmental and skeptical of this union, writing it off immediately and causing a fight with his daughter, who defended herself and her decisions. “Romeo and Juliet didn’t work out for a reason,” Zack kept saying through the episodes, but this is reality, not fiction. Zack and Bliss both seemed eager to do the work to avoid a split, but the previous teaser showed her dad warning her to “never settle” as she was about to walk down the aisle.

At the end of the day, Bliss’s father’s comments didn’t shake her resolve. Zack said “I love you so much, Bliss. I do” at the altar. And Bliss said “I do” in return. The season ended with the touching full-circle moment of Bliss and Zack having their first dance to “I Hope You Dance” at the reception — a song both of their mothers dedicated to them in the past.