In a dramatic turn of events that we've probably never seen before on TV, Gretchen Rossi proposed to Slade Smiley on season 8 of Real Housewives of Orange County. But then, he felt awkward so got down on one knee and asked her to marry him instead. Probably to feel more masculine or something.
Jwoww wanted a ring for a looooong time, and she finally got her wish on the season finale of season 2 of Snooki & Jwoww. Roger proposed to her (with the pink and white diamond ring of her dreams) after a skydiving sesh. So romantic! Terrifying, but romantic nonetheless.
On Teen Mom 2 season 4, Jeremy got down on one knee and asked Leah to marry him right after giving her breakfast in bed. Free pancakes and an engagement ring? Best morning ever.
American Idol season 11 ended with an engagement! Ace Young proposed to Diana Degarmo live on the May 2012 finale. Sorry, Phillip Phillips. They totally stole your thunder with that one.
The first-ever Bachelorette proposal between Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter was definitely the best of the series. Maybe that's because we knew these two would actually make it? Two kids and a marriage later and these guys are still kickin'.
And speaking of Bachelorette couples that are still together, Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum are still married, too! So let's now talk about how adorable his on-screen proposal was. So scenic, too.
Tyler Baltierra was soooo nervous the night he proposed to Catelynn Lowell on Teen Mom. They got all dressed up and he popped the question over a romantic dinner. Then they hugged and cried and we did too.
Kim Kardashian was totally not expecting it when Kris Humphries proposed to her on Keeping Up WIth The Kardashians with a bevy of red roses writing out "Will You Marry Me?" on the carpet. Nope. Not at all.
RHOC's Eddie Judge proposed to Tamra Barney on vacation in Bora Bora, and he hid the ring inside a seashell. Is that romance or what?!
Spencer Pratt originally proposed to Heidi Montag on the beach, but she didn't like her ring so she gave it back, he upgraded and proposed again a little while later. Oh, The Hills. Miss ya.
When Catherine Giudici finally figured out that she was about to get proposed to on national TV by The Bachelor, Sean Lowe, she was clearly the only one in America who was surprised. This is the Bachelor, people! Duh you're going to get engaged!