NBC’s For Love or Money 4 ends with Rachel picking Caleb instead of the cash.

NBC’s For Love or Money 4 ends with Rachel picking Caleb instead of the cash.
The fourth season of For Love or Money ended on Monday, but I forgot because I forgot to care about this season. Luckily, Reality TV World has the dirt: “Rachel Veltri, the 26-year-old Chicago flight attendant who’d been rejected by bachelor Preston Mercer during last month’s For Love Or Money 3, picked love over money in Monday night’s finale of her own For Love Or Money edition, choosing Caleb Janus, a 30-year-old realtor from Phoenix, AZ over a $1,000,000 prize.” That was shocking, considering this was her “opportunity to finally get the $1,000,000 prize that viewers had seen her salivating over since her first appearance on For Love Or Money 3,” Steve Rogers writes. Later, “a black light shown on Caleb’s now-rejected check and the audience finally learned the amount of his rejected prize–$1.00.”
+ also: Caleb says, “I was truly honored that Rachel would give up a guaranteed million bucks for me.”

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