Deanna Pappas boasts a net worth of $5 Million. She first appeared on The Bachelorette in 2007 where she vied for Brad Womack’s love but ultimately rejected both she and Jesse Csincsak. Since then, Deanna co-hosted Get Married, a reality show on Lifetime.
Stagliano and Michael had appeared together on The Bachelorette season 5. Together they share two children, Addison and Austin.
Early Life and Education
Pappas lost her mother to cancer when she was just twelve. After attending Georgia Military College and eventually earning a real estate license, she married and had two children: Addison and Austin.
She is widely known for her appearances on reality show series such as The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. Additionally, she co-hosts Get Married.
In 2007, Pappas auditioned for The Bachelor. She made it all the way to the final rose ceremony before Brad Womack rejected both women. Two years later, she was selected to be The Bachelorette; although her engagement to Jesse Csincsak did end after several months. Since then she has featured on other shows such as Oxygen’s Bachelorette Party show.
DeAnna Pappas started her television career in 2007, auditioning for reality dating game show The Bachelor. Although she made it all the way to the final rose ceremony, Brad Womack ultimately rejected her rose. Later that year she appeared on Oxygen cable channel series Bachelorette Party.
She married Stephen Stagliano – brother of Michael who appeared on Season Five of The Bachelorette – in October 2011 and they have two children together: Addison Marie and Austin Michael.
She currently hosts Get Married, a daily reality TV show on Lifetime. Additionally, Pappas enjoys an impressive social media following and runs an acclaimed blog; in addition, she owns both a wine label and scrunchie business.
Achievement and Honors
DeAnna Pappas first made her television debut in 2007 by auditioning for reality dating game show, The Bachelor. Pappas made it all the way through to the final rose ceremony but was rejected by bachelor Brad Womack; after this she began dating professional snowboarder Jesse Csincsak for several years and ultimately divorced.
In October 2008, Pappas won Fox Reality Channel’s Golden Realtini award as most memorable reality performer of 2008. She later went on to host Lifetime television’s Get Married show and appear on Oxygen cable-channel’s Bachelorette Party late 2011.
Pappas married Stephen Stagliano on October 22, 2011 and now has two children together: Addison Marie and Austin Michael. Although she had some difficulties with alcoholism in the past, she has since found strength through sobriety and feels extremely fortunate with how her life has turned out.
DeAnna Pappas was born November 20, 1981 in Marietta, Georgia in the United States and is an acclaimed Reality Star known for her appearances on season 11 of The Bachelor and four of The Bachelorette as well as co-hosting Get Married on Lifetime TV.
As part of her time on The Bachelorette, she rejected single dad Jason Mesnick in favor of snowboarder Jesse Csincsak; however, their engagement only lasted several months before it was terminated.
Pappas won Fox Reality Channel’s Golden Realtini award for the year’s most memorable reality performer in 2008; she later appeared on Oxygen network’s Bachelorette Party and co-hosted reporting wedding planning on Lifetime TV in 2009. In 2011, Pappas married Stephen Stagliano; they have two children together: Addison Marie and Austin Michael.
Deanna Pappas is an American Reality Star with an estimated net worth of approximately $5 Million. She has appeared on various TV shows and was once a model.
She appeared as a contestant on both seasons of The Bachelor and four of The Bachelorette, making it to both final rose ceremonies but ultimately not finding love with either Jesse Csincsak or Sadie Murray; Brad Womack ultimately chose neither woman as his choice for love.
She eventually married Stephen Stagliano, twin brother to Michael from season five of The Bachelorette, in October 2011; this union produced two children named Addison Marie and Austin.
In 2008, Pappas won Fox Reality Channel’s Golden Realtini award as reality personality of the year and also co-hosted Lifetime’s Get Married TV series.