Perhaps it is the artificial set-up under which the two people involved have met; perhaps it’s the public scrutiny.Whatever the reason, few relationships that begin on a reality TV show tend to last.The couple has mutually determined that they are at a place where moving forward will require a step back.They still love one another but need some distance to consider their future."There was no immediate word of a divorce.Because it's very—it would be very hard for [other] people to put up with us...I frustrate him to the point where he's smashing his face into walls."Curry has yet to comment on the split on her Twitter page, however. Not unlike all marriages, work must be put in."And there was more."Obvious to both Knight and Curry was that their marriage would require more effort then a garden-variety relationship," Viardo went on."They are taking time to see if they want to continue to put in that extraordinary effort.
More often than not relationships that begin on-screen are doomed to fail.
Adrianne later said that she started looking at bridal magazines two weeks after they first met. After their divorce, Christopher said that whilst there was always a lot of drama, he was glad to have met her when he did.
They would not normally have crossed paths with each other and thus would never have had this relationship, if it hadn’t been for the show.
"After starting a relationship with what seemed to be irreconcilable differences, the couple has reached a period where those differences are no longer appreciated," the couple's manager, Phil Viardo, told the website Hollyscoop.
"The decision was mutually reached after it became clear to both that some perspective was needed in order to assess their unique union.