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File Photos Another reality TV couple bites the dust - Tenley Molzahn and Kiptyn Locke have split after two-and-a-half years together. The Bachelor and Bachelorette runner-ups, who also appeared together on Bachelor Pad in 2010, called time on their romance earlier this year (13), but only went public with the break-up on Friday (29Mar13). A statement released to People.com reads: "With love and respect, we decided to take a break in January. We are both focused on philanthropic and personal growth at this time, wishing each other the best. Thank you for respecting our privacy. Thank you for your support always." Molzahn almost ended up with The Bachelor's Jake Pavelka before he chose to give his final rose to Vienna Girardi, while The Bachelorette Jillian Harris said yes to season five contestant Ed Swiderski instead of Locke. (MT/WNWCPL/MC)** Kiptyn Lock Andre Agassi Grand Slam For Children at Wynn Resort and Casino in Las Vegas Las Where: Vegas, United States When: 09 Oct 2010


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