Matt Barnett, Amber Barnett, Lauren Speed-Hamilton, and Cameron Hamilton from Love Is Blind pose together in one photo on the red carpet
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Which ‘Love Is Blind’ couples are still together?

Now that season 5 is out, let's see who's still in love.

Admit it — we’re all just a bunch of hopeless romantics searching for that special person who lights us up inside. Every great dating show is built upon that concept, but none tackle it quite as uniquely as Netflix’s Love Is Blind.

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Here we have around three dozen hopeless romantics embarking on the ultimate social experiment to uncover whether it’s truly possible to fall in love and get engaged without ever having met your significant other face-to-face. 

In a series of speed dating rounds, each contestant gets the chance to pair up with someone on the opposite side inside what the show calls “pods.” If a strong connection is formed, the couple can propose. Only then can they meet face to face and take their relationship out into the real world. In the end, the goal is marriage under the alter. Of course, not every couple makes it that far, and those who do sometimes call it quits after the cameras stop rolling. So that begs the question: how blind is it, really?

Here are the Love Is Blind couples from seasons 1 through 4 who are still making it work. Spoiler alert: there aren’t as many as you might hope for.

Love Is Blind season 1

In terms of how much time has passed, the first season of Love Is Blind has been the most successful when it comes to couples staying together. Out of the six couples who made it down the aisle, two are still together and happily married today (which is actually saying a lot when you look at the show’s track record). Keep in mind that this season was filmed in 2018, so these marriages were kept secret until 2020 when the show finally aired. 

Cam and Lauren

Find me a couple more adorable (and sexy) than Cameron Hamilton and Lauren Speed. I’ll wait… 

This fan-favorite duo is by far the poster child for what happens when the stars align. Their connection was effortless, and to this day the two of them exude as much passion for one another as they did when they met for the first time face-to-face. 

Lauren and Cameron celebrated their four-year anniversary in Nov. 2022. They have their own YouTube channel, Hanging With the Hamiltons, and continue to win us over with their effervescent joy on social media. They set the bar high, these two.

Matt and Amber

The second couple to remain standing after season 1 are Amber Pike and Matthew Barnett.

Amber and Matthew’s relationship got off to a rocky start when Jessica Batten pursued Matt even after he got engaged to Amber. At the Love Is Blind season reunion, the pair even admitted considering divorce, proving how little we actually know about what happens behind closed doors. But they stuck it out and like Lauren Speed and Cameron Hamilton, they are still going strong. They celebrated their four-year anniversary in Nov. 2022. 

Love Is Blind season 2

Unfortunately, the love ends here. After two divorce announcements from Iyanna and Jarrette and Danielle Ruhl and Nick Thompson, there are no longer any couples from Love Is Blind season 2 who are still together. Ouch. 

Love Is Blind season 3

Even though season 3 had more drama than seasons 1 and 2 combined, we still managed to squeeze by with a couple of successful marriages. These lucky lovebirds are still gliding atop cloud nine. 

Alexa and Brennon

Alexa Alfia Lemieux and Brennon Lemieux were season 3’s most marketed couple for the sheer speed with which they bonded. After just four days they were already ready to leave and get married, but in the end, they decided to stay to get the full pod experience. They celebrated their two-year wedding anniversary in June 2023 and if all goes according to plan they’ll be welcoming baby number one soon. 

Colleen and Matt

Colleen Reed and Matt Bolton set off warning bells when they didn’t move in together immediately after tying the knot but fear not, this couple is still going strong. They may have started out with an “unorthodox” arrangement, but it was all in the name of saving up for the perfect home. In June 2023, they announced the purchase of their first home together. 

Love Is Blind season 4

Season 4 is the most fresh Love Is Blind season, having wrapped up filming around May 2022 and aired its final episode on April 14, 2023. So, all we can hope for at this point is that this list stays nice and chunky. 

Kwame and Chelsea

Kwame Appiah and Chelsea Griffin Appiah are keeping it real. Marriage is tough. They confided in Tudum, saying it’s “not been easy” and there’s been “a lot of growth and lots of growing pains… We have jobs, we have stressors and the speed of this process is intense.” After getting married Kwame officially left Portland to move into an apartment with Chelsea in Seatle. We wish them all the best. 

Tiffany and Brett

Here’s another Portland love story. 

Unlike most couples, Tiffany Pennywell and Brett Brown had hardly any issues or drama during their season of Love Is Blind. While marriage is anything but smooth sailing, things appear to be mostly the same in terms of life outside the pods. 

“I love that my love for him has just grown deeper and deeper,” Tiffany said in an interview with Tudum. “I wake up every morning and I’m just so thankful. Like, oh my gosh, I’m still pinching myself that I found him on a TV show.”

Bliss and Zack

If it’s not a Portland love story, it’s a Seattle one. Bliss Poureetezadi and Zack Goytowski are still making marriage work, and doing so in Zack’s Seattle apartment. It hasn’t been bump-free though. As shown in the Love Is Blind: After the Alter special, Zack discovered he was severely allergic to Bliss’ cat and dog shortly after they moved in together. He had to undergo immunotherapy in order to keep their fur babies in the apartment. Thankfully, it all worked out and they are still happily in love.

Love Is Blind season 5

As of this writing, Love Is Blind season 5 is still underway. Check back after the finale to find out which couples made it to the alter and which ones said their goodbyes.


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Cody Raschella is a Staff Writer and occasional Editor who has been with WGTC since 2021. He is a closeted Swiftie (shh), a proud ‘Drag Race’ fan (yas), and a hopeless optimist (he still has faith in the MCU). His passion for writing has carried him across various mediums including journalism, copywriting, and creative writing, the latter of which has been recognized by Writer’s Digest. He received his bachelor's degree from California State University, Northridge.