The runner-up on ‘Survivor’ has gotten engaged.


The runner-up on ‘Survivor’ has gotten engaged.

In recent years, there have been several weddings and baby announcements on “Survivor.”

Another former contestant is getting married: Natalie Tenerelli, the second runner-up on “Survivor: Redemption Island,” recently announced her engagement.

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Natalie is getting married to another reality star.

On Instagram, see this photo.

Natalie Tenerelli (@natalietenerelli) shared a post.

Tenerelli announced her engagement on November 14 with an Instagram post showing her boyfriend Dan Cox proposing in Tuscany, Italy.

“OMG! We are in Tuscany and we are ENGAGED! Is this real life?! @danielgcox I adore you! GRATEFUL,” she captioned the photo.

“I proposed to my best friend in Tuscany last night and I have never been more excited,” Cox captioned a similar set of photos posted to his Instagram account the same day.

In 2013, Cox was a contestant on season 9 of “The Bachelorette,” where he was described as a “30-year-old beverage sales director from Las Vegas, NV,” and was eliminated in week three.

In 2015, he went on to season 2 of “Bachelor in Paradise,” where he left after week 5.

According to Cox’s Instagram account, he currently runs a business called “Wellthy,” which is a chewable multivitamin dietary supplement brand.

From 2018 to 2020, he also hosted a podcast called “Excuse the Disruption,” in which he interviewed “industry disruptors, individuals who have gone against the grain and done things their own way.”

Tenerelli and Cox also co-own a company called “Peaches.LA,” which Tenerelli says she started to “help get some of the best peaches in the world into the hands of everyone outside of the LA Farmers Markets and top chefs.” In 2019, the LA Times featured Tenerelli Orchards, the company from which Peaches.LA is branched, praising the company’s “O’Henry peach” in particular, calling it “highly seasonal, a treat

Since ‘Survivor,’ Natalie has appeared in another reality show.

Tenerelli, who was a professional dancer at the time of her appearance on “Survivor: Redemption Island” at the age of 19, went on to dance for the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team and was featured in an eight-episode docuseries by E! called “LA Clippers Dance Squad.”

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