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Victoria “Tori” Allen was a 28-year-old former ski bum and advertising rep who lived in Colorado.
He played rock music in a cover band, and she was a champion X Games rock climber.
“So now we’re dating, and I’m going to move and see what happens,” Brooke says.
In his home town of Portage des Sioux, Matt took a break from sandbagging – the rain-swollen Mississippi and Missouri rivers sandwich the small farm community – to explain that he felt much the same way when the show ended: attracted to Brooke, but confused by the constant presence of the cameras and production crew.
“So we left a lot of things unsaid, and we both were kind of scared to admit we had real feelings for each other.
And then when he came out here in April for some publicity, we kind of rekindled things.
I know I want him in my life forever.” Matt says he feels much the same, too, and is looking forward to the chance to date like a normal couple now.
Nathan Younggren was a 25-year-old farmer who raised wheat, soybeans and beef cattle with his family near Hallock.“To see him all excited to see her and I’m just sitting there?But I kept thinking that he was supposed to pick me.” Both say they’ve remained friends with most of the cast on the show.“I am such good friends with almost all of the girls, pretty much nine out of 10,” says Matt, and you don’t need more than one guess to know that the one he’s not in touch with is over-the-top diva Josie Goldberg of Laguna Niguel (more about her here).“Lisa is my best friend, we just went line dancing last weekend,” Brooke says of the other “good girl” character on the show.“In my heart I kept thinking, ‘There’s no way, he can’t send me home,’ but then it got to the point where all the girls were going to him and saying, ‘Brooke and Lisa are like this or that,’ and then I got to worrying about that,” she says of the in-fighting that went on between the women on the show at times.“And obviously at the end I knew that he liked Christa, and it was just breaking my heart,” Brooke says.“I’m in the process of literally packing up my car,” Brooke says.“I’m driving to Texas to my sister’s wedding, and then I’m driving to Missouri to see my man.” It’s not all been roses, though, since she left Missouri and Matt last summer, she explains. “Right after it was filmed, Matt and I were both really confused about our intentions for being on the show, our intentions for each other, and even though you’ve got real feelings for each other, it was really hard to figure out.Tori: “We’re just regular people.” Nathan: “Yeah, I’m the last person in the world who would have ever thought I should be on it.” Tori: “I applied the day before the deadline, and my mom actually applied for me.It was last minute.” More than 4,000 other Americans applied, but Nathan and Tori would be two of only 10 people chosen for the seventh season of the international Emmy-winning show that blends Swedish history with random minute-to-win-it challenges.