Are any of the 'Love Is Blind' couples still together? Here are the success stories from the pods

In honor of season 3 wrapping up, here's all the 'Love Is Blind' couples still together from the entire series

 Cameron Hamilton and Lauren Speed, Amber Pike and Matt Barnett attend "Love Is Blind" Atlanta screening on February 27, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia / in a pink template
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Are any Love Is Blind couples still together, or is this dating concept too bizarre to work?

We just learned who gets married in Love Is Blind season 3 and who parts ways—plus we relived the season during a very cringey reunion. The third installment and its predecessors have taken us through plenty of ups and downs (emphasis on the downs), but even still, singles managed to find everlasting love in the pods. 

If you're curious how each romance played out throughout the course of the series, read on.

Are any 'Love Is Blind' couples still together? 

Throughout the three seasons of the series, we've met a handful of pairs working towards their happily ever after. Unfortunately, not many found lasting love in the pods, but a select few lucked out. 

Lauren and Cameron (season one)

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Lauren and Cameron fell blindly in love during the debut season, and they're still going strong. On social media, we've gotten a glimpse of their life together: buying a home, welcoming pets and releasing a book on their unexpected journey. 

Though these two are seemingly getting stronger as time marches on, their marriage is not without its challenges. In an interview with Essence (opens in new tab)in 2021, the couple claimed to be bombarded with questions about children and felt pressured about their future. 

"It's unfortunate because I know other couples are met with that same sort of pressure, and there are couples out there that can't get pregnant or don't want to," Cameron said.

Since their stint on the show, the pair have gone on to celebrate their fourth wedding anniversary with Lauran sharing a tribute to Cameron on Instagram saying: "I can’t believe we are approaching 4 years of marriage this fall!!! 😳💖 wow! Time flies! 🔐👩🏾‍❤️‍👨🏻"

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Amber and Matt (season one)

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In the debut season, Amber and Matt didn't have an easy start. From other potential love interests to differences in finances, the pair wasn't exactly on the same page. However, they haven't looked back since saying "I do."

Alexa and Brennon (season 3)

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We've said it before and we'll say it again: it was love at first sound for these two. Upon their first interactions—sight unseen—Alexa and Brennon were exchanging "I love you's" and ultimately went through with their engagement. No one who watched season 3 was surprised. 

Colleen and Matt (season 3)

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Colleen had a rough go in the pods, but after two rejections she made a lasting connection with Matt. They found their happily ever after, but not without a few setbacks along the way (namely her interest in fellow contestant, Cole). Now they're man and wife...even though they haven't moved in together yet.

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As you might've noticed, none of the couples are from season 2. Though everyone on the season remains on friendly terms, the connections weren't strong enough to work.

We had all been rooting for Kyle and Deepti from season 2, both of whom had respective partners but developed a close relationship outside of the pods. From TikTok videos of the two in Chicago to pap photos while at Coachella, it seemed like they had found love...even if they weren't acknowledging it on social media. 

Fans wondered for quite some time which direction the two had decided to go in—and although they agreed to step into relationship territory in After the Altar—things ultimately faded. 

"I understand many of you are curious as to where Deepti and I stand today," Kyle wrote on Instagram. "Since After the Altar was filmed, we had decided to go our separate ways in early summer. Thank you to everyone who has followed our journey through arduous vulnerability and has supported us along the way."

Deepti also shared her sentiments on Instagram (opens in new tab) by posting a series of images of them together, thanking everyone for their support. Fans are a little bummed, but crossing their fingers everyone will find a happy ending. 

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As for the other pairs on both seasons, there wasn't much in the way of success, sadly. 

Ahead of Love Is Blind: After the Altar season 2, Danielle and Nick shockingly revealed that they had split, much to fans' surprise. Shortly after, Jarrette and Iyanna revealed they, too, were going their separate ways, likely because of their different lifestyles and her frustration with his partying. 

"While we love each other, our lives are going in different directions, and that's okay," Iyanna wrote in a lengthy Instagram post. 

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As for season 1, we all know how tumultuous that Damian and Giannina union played out and we're just pleased there was good news to report. 

Hopefully there will be even more success with Love Is Blind season 4, and as Vanessa Lachey says in the season 3 reunion, a baby!

Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.  


Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


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