'Love Is Blind' season 2: Which couples are still together? The biggest moments from the reunion

Who is still together from 'Love Is Blind' season 2? (Netflix)
Who is still together from 'Love Is Blind' season 2? (Netflix)

Love Is Blind fans finally get their answer to the Netflix reality show's big question today - which of the couples are still together?

Season two of the dating show which sees singles date each other and get engaged without ever seeing each other, then decide whether or not to go ahead with their wedding after meeting, finished last week but fans had to wait until today (4 March) to discover who had stood the test of time.

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At the end of the series, Iyanna and Jarrette were joined by Danielle and Nick as the only two couples to say "I do" at the altar - but has anything changed since then?

The reunion episode's biggest moments

Of course, the studio catch-up wasn't only about who found love and who didn't - there were plenty of other issues to work through for the contestants.

Shake v Everyone else

Shake had a stormy reunion. (Netflix)
Shake had a stormy reunion. (Netflix)

Every reality show needs a villain, and Love Is Blind 2's hands down winner of that role was Abhishek, known on the programme as Shake.

He appalled contestants and viewers by constantly talking behind Deepti's back about feeling no sexual attraction to her, saying it was like spending time with his aunt, but was ultimately embarrassed when she ditched him on their wedding day.

From the opening scenes of the reunion, the other contestants made it clear what they really thought of Shake, shutting down his comments about not being there to find a wife and accusing Shaina of having drawn out her relationship with Kyle to stay on TV.

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He clearly hasn't found a fan in presenter Vanessa Lachey either, who held nothing back in slamming his behaviour towards Deepti.

Shake was slammed for being indiscreet with the other grooms. (Netflix)
Shake was slammed for being indiscreet with the other grooms. (Netflix)

When Shake said that he thought every woman in the room was beautiful but "unfortunately, the only one I'm attracted to is Vanessa", it went down like a lead balloon with her husband and co-host Nick Lachey.

Iyanna spoke for the group as she told him: "You would seriously benefit from seeing a therapist and figuring out some coping skills for navigating relationships as a narcissist."

Shake, who had been overly concerned with his bride's appearance, eventually admitted: "You're right, this was the wrong show for me."

It's all so awkward

Mallory and Jarrette's infamous chat. (Netflix)
Mallory and Jarrette's infamous chat. (Netflix)

It wasn't just the matched couples who experienced drama as at the beginning of the show they all dated each other blind, leading to plenty of unresolved feelings.

Jarrette had originally proposed to, and been turned down by, Mallory who ended up with Salvador while Jarrette went on to marry Iyanna.

But there was an awkward chat between Jarrette and Mallory on the group trip to Mexico where he appeared to be trying to convince her that they would have been a better match.

There were some awkward reunions. (Netflix)
There were some awkward reunions. (Netflix)

Iyanna admitted she couldn't watch the scenes with now-husband Jarrette, who wholeheartedly apologised to all involved, although it clearly still rankled with Salvador.

Meanwhile, Kyle had some awkward questions to ask about why Shaina had told Shane her feelings about him moments after accepting a proposal with Kyle's late mum's engagement ring.

Ultimately, Kyle and Shaina never made it to the altar, but Kyle looked to still be harbouring plenty of resentment towards Shaina who was very defensive about her actions.

The ones who got away

Kyle revealed a secret regret. (Netflix)
Kyle revealed a secret regret. (Netflix)

Obviously, we all witnessed Shaina making a bid for Shane to leave Natalie and try out a relationship with her.

The pair admitted they had met in the time since the show ended, but Shane completely refused to talk about it while Shaina assured Natalie that it had never been as more than friends.

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One situation that we didn't see coming though was Kyle's apparently strong feelings for Deepti - although they didn't seem to be entirely reciprocated.

Kyle said: "My biggest regret was I should have asked Deepti to marry me. I love her so much, I should have tried harder."

He added to Shake: "It p****s me off because you wasted such a good opportunity," while Deepti looked flattered but embarrassed.

The Ultimatum

Already missing Love Is Blind? Then the best news from the reunion will be that there is a brand new Netflix dating show on the way from the makers of the series.

The Lacheys trailed The Ultimatum with an explanation and clip that left even the Love Is Blind contestants open-mouthed - which says a lot, given that they signed up to marry strangers on TV.

The Ultimatum features couples where one person is keen to marry and the other isn't, with the group living together for a week before they must choose another contestant to spend three weeks living with.

At the end of the show they'll decided whether to marry their original partner, split up, or start a new relationship with someone else.

Look out for it streaming on Netflix from 6 April.

Who's still together from Love Is Blind season 2?

Danielle and Nick

The couple are getting on well now. (Netflix)
The couple are getting on well now. (Netflix)

It was a little uncomfortable to watch Danielle and Nick's relationship develop, as she suffered panic attacks over her lack of trust, he lost his temper, and they seemed mismatched on maturity and how they liked to spend their time.

However, they're still very much together, even showing up in coordinating outfits, and had a home video of their new life together with their cat and dog at Nick's apartment.

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Danielle explained of their arguments: "We were really just trying to figure out whether it would work. Once we got into the real world, a lot of the disagreements that we had ended up being nonexistent."

Viewers saw Nick disapprove of Danielle talking about her raucous costume parties and how her friends had broken her table by dancing on it, but she confirmed: "We have dance parties and he gets on the table more than I do."

Mallory and Salvador

Mallory and Salvador couldn't make it work. (Netflix)
Mallory and Salvador couldn't make it work. (Netflix)

This couple seemed doomed right from the moment that Mallory sat down for an intimate chat with Jarrette on their honeymoon while Salvador looked on heartbroken.

There was also some mention during the series of Sal's ex having shown up at his sister's house which was never fully resolved, and as presenter Nick says at the reunion, there was a constant feeling that more was going on behind the scenes.

Sal said no on the wedding day and although the couple left on good terms, agreeing to go on a date, they are not currently together.

Mallory said: "We met for coffee but at the end of the day the connection wasn't really there."

Frustratingly, there's clearly still an untold story as Sal hinted: "There were things that happened that I don't feel comfortable talking about now because it doesn't matter, it's our history."

He added: "There were many times that I felt unheard in our arguments. I'll keep that to ourselves."

Deepti and Abhishek

Things turned sour for Deepti and Shake. (Netflix)
Things turned sour for Deepti and Shake. (Netflix)

Deepti had a near miss with Shake, who it looked as though she would marry until a dramatic wedding ceremony where she left him, telling him she deserved more.

It seems her assessment was bang on, as Natalie revealed the disrespectful comments viewers saw him make about Deepti were "a watered down version" of what he'd really said and Shake himself said of trying to find a wife on the show "it's not that different from making a huge purchase".

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Every other contestant argued with Shake at the reunion and made it clear how disgusted they were with him, while Deepti explained the hurt it had caused her parents who had been welcoming to him.

Deepti chose to look for someone who valued her more. (Netflix)
Deepti chose to look for someone who valued her more. (Netflix)

Deepti said: "I heard from the girls, Shayne and Jarrette this is not a person you should marry because this is how he's talking about you behind your back, but I didn't realise that's how bad it was."

Unsurprisingly, Deepti and Shake have not remained friends.

Shaina and Kyle

Shaina broke off the engagement early. (Netflix)
Shaina broke off the engagement early. (Netflix)

This couple crashed out of the show the earliest, with Shaina breaking off the engagement shortly after Kyle met her family.

Shaina's Christianity and Kyle's atheism had been a stumbling block, but she admitted she should never have accepted his proposal after rewatching awkward scenes of her telling Shane how she felt when she'd already said yes to Kyle.

The pair didn't seem to like each other much at all as they bickered about the way things had played out.

Natalie and Shayne

The romance broke viewers' hearts. (Netflix)
The romance broke viewers' hearts. (Netflix)

If there's one relationship that will break your heart from series two, it's Natalie and Shayne's.

They seemed in love and well matched right up to their wedding, when a bitter row the night before led to a last-minute change of heart for Natalie who said no at the altar, asking if they could work on their relationship first.

She said of the argument: "It sucks because that night changed everything.

"I apologise for making you feel like you weren't good enough, because I feel like you were more than enough."

Natalie added: "I don't think in our situation there was a good guy or a bad guy."

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Both Shayne and Natalie looked devastated as they admitted they had given things another go, but couldn't get past their differences.

With plenty of the other contestants encouraging them to try again, we're still hopeful things might finally work out for Natalie and Shayne.

Shayne recently posted on Instagram: "Natalie Mina Lee. Where do I start? This journey with you will be something I’ll never forget. It was easily the best time of my life and I would do it all over again knowing I get to spend more time with you. From our first date eating in-n-out and you getting both milkshakes to our walks around grant park. You are the most beautiful soul and you really brought out the best in me as a man. As a man watching our story over again I’m remorseful for my actions and all I can do is learn from them to be a better man. I’m proud of being vulnerable and being as genuine as possible. I don’t know what’s next for us but I do know that I will never stop loving you.

"To put some other rumors to rest, Shaina and I are cordial and have hung out in group gatherings with the cast (with Natalie), but we have never had nor will ever have a romantic relationship. I wish her all the best."

Iyanna and Jarrette

Iyanna and Jarrette's marriage is strong. (Netflix)
Iyanna and Jarrette's marriage is strong. (Netflix)

In a rare happy ending for the show, Iyanna and Jarrette are still married, looked very much in love and seem to have totally got over the Mallory awkwardness.

Jarrette's love for going out with his friends caused a little friction with Iyanna, but he said that he'd decided to change his behaviour now that he's a married man.

The couple even wore matching outfits as they told the group how hard they've been working on their marriage and how well everything is going.

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