9 Couples Who Displayed Their Love on Reality TV

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are headed to your TV screen. The expectant couple is getting their own reality show on E!, which will dive into their whirlwind romance. The show will have six one-hour episodes and will even highlight their engagement. But Rob and Chyna aren't the only pair (neither is this the Kardashian brother's first time) to put their love in front of cameras for all the world to see — check out which other couples have done the same: 

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1. leann rimes eddie cibrian

Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes 

Cibrian and his wife starred on their own reality show, LeAnn & Eddie, where they documented their relationship all over our small screens. The show was hilarious but it was cancelled after one season. The two decided to do the show in order to clear up their image after they both cheated on their previous spouses to be with each other.

2. La La and Carmelo Anthony

La La and Carmelo Anthony

If Cibrian and Rimes need any advice on how to keep a strong relationship going in the face of excessive media coverage, La La and Carmelo Anthony may be able to lend a few tips. Separately, each had their own things going on—her as an actress and host and him as an NBA star. The couple first catapulted into reality TV superstardom together, though, when they wed in 2010 on La La’s Full Court Wedding. Its success then led to La La’s Full Court Life, which follows the lives of the power couple. The show started in 2011 and, like their marriage, has yet to be derailed.   

3. Mario Lopez and Courtney Mazza

Mario Lopez and Courtney Mazza

Mario Lopez and Courtney Mazza’s reality show may not have stood the test of time, but it looks like their marriage just might! The former Saved by the Bell star and his then-girlfriend starred in VH1’s appropriately named Mario Lopez: Saved by the Baby in 2010. The show chronicled the time leading up to the birth of the couple’s first child, a daughter named Gia. Since wrapping the first and only season on the show, the couple got married and welcomed a second child, son Dominic.     

4. Adrienne Bailon and Rob Kardashian

Adrienne Bailon and Rob Kardashian

Before there was Kimye, another Kardashian couple found its way into our hearts—but this relationship didn’t end in marriage. Early in the now-famous Keeping Up with the Kardashians series, a young Rob Kardashian got together with the stunning former Cheetah Girl Adrienne Bailon. They got tattoos together, they moved in together, they took their families camping together, and they basically made us wish we had a relationship that looked that good. But apparently the good times didn't last and the two split after Kardashian cheated. They didn’t get back together, but they have moved on. Kardashian has since competed on Dancing with the Stars and started his own sock line, while Bailon starred on her own reality show and currently hosts The Real alongside Tamar Braxton, Tamera Mowry, Loni Love, and Jeannie Mai.  

5. Juan Pablo and Nikki Ferrell

Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell

Audiences are currently so captivated with the new season of The Bachelorette that they’ve almost forgotten about the flop that was Juan Pablo Galavis. Almost. Sure, he’s hot and athletic, but when this bachelor’s search for love ended without a proposal, or even an “I love you” for his chosen ladylove, those were the only two kind words many fans had for him. On the After the Final Rose conclusion, Galavis and Nikki Ferrell were so tight-lipped about their relationship that by the end of the episode even nice-guy host Chris Harrison was openly mocking the couple. Fast forward a few months and it appears that this pair is, surprisingly, still holding on—and they seem to have chucked their desire for privacy. What’s next for the two? Starring roles on VH1’s Couples Therapy.  

6. Jenni Rivera and Esteban Loaiza

Jenni Rivera and Estaban Loaiza

Jenni Rivera and third husband Esteban Loaiza were practically newlyweds when the superstar’s reality show, I Love Jenni, premiered in 2011. While the two had their fair share of good times, the couple filed for divorce just months before Rivera died tragically in a plane crash in 2012. 

7. Mauricio Umansky and Kyle Richards

Mario Umansky and Kyle Richards

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has been running strong now for four seasons—just like the show’s golden couple Kyle Richards and Mauricio Umansky (who was born and raised in Mexico). Amongst the constant crumbling of many of the other relationships on the show, this couple comes across like a well-adjusted twosome that literally has it all. Seeing if they can keep it up is certainly one reason to watch next season! 

8. Tamra Barney and Eddie Judge

Tamra Barney and Eddie Judge

These Real Housewives stars sure do like their Latin men—and we don’t blame them! After watching the tumultuous relationship between Tamra Barney and her now ex-husband, Simon, unravel season after season, we’re happy to see that the Real Housewives of Orange County favorite has found true love in husband Eddie Judge. But is there trouble in paradise so soon? The current season of the show has already seen some serious discussions about children—a definite deal breaker for some couples. We know we’ll be tuning in and cheering for this adorable duo! 

9. Jim Jones and Chrissy Lampkin

Jim Jones and Chrissy Lampkin

Their relationship often appears tumultuous on television but, despite the arguments, this couple is still together. They began their reality show run on the first two seasons of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop before landing their own, still-running spin-off, Chrissy & Mr. Jones. In their case, apparently, the couple that fights on television together stays together!