Isn’t a proposal ten times more special when you can share it with your family, your friends, and millions of people who watch your TV show? Seems to be the case for these Bravolebrities, all of whom got engaged on television! Relive the most romantic Bravo proposals ever from RHONJ, Million Dollar Listing, Vanderpump Rules and more.
On Vanderpump Rules, Michael Shay facilitated a fake photo shoot at Lisa Vanderpump's house, which ended up being his proposal to Scheana Marie. The whole thing was clearly very orchestrated and romantic, so of course, Sheana said yes.
RHOA's Kim Zolciak definitely appreciated Kroy Biermann's not-over-the-top proposal. He simply asked her dad for permission and then popped the question while at dinner. And good thing because that marriage led to a spin-off TV show...
During a walkthrough of a listing on Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles, Josh Altman finally decided to propose to his longtime GF, Heather Bilyeu. And the cameras were there to document the whole thing!
Gretchen Rossi was the only girl on Bravo (and possibly in history) to do the asking! An entire episode of RHOC was dedicated to her over-the-top scavenger hunt proposal to Slade Smiley, which ended in the couple on top of a rooftop celebrating the engagement with all their family and friends.
In the season finale of Shahs of Sunset season 3, Reza Farahan popped the question to his long-time boyfriend, Adam, during a dinner with all of their friends. And his friends were just as surprised as we were.
In season 3 of RHONJ, Albie Manzo dropped to one knee to ask his wife of over 20 years, Caroline Manzo, to marry him again. Apparently he didn't like the way he did it the first time so he asked again, this time with Bravo's cameras!
After being proposed to twice, Eddie Judge knew he had to bring out the stops to impress RHOC's Tamra Barney. So he popped the question while on tropical vacation and hid the ring inside a clam. She was shocked!
On Princesses: Long Island, Jeff Hoffman gave Amanda Bertoncini a promise ring on the LIRR. It basically had all the workings of an actual proposal, except, you know, the actual proposal part.