Mark philippoussis still dating amanda
The show featured 30-year-old Australian tennis star Mark Philippoussis as he looked for love among a group of women ranging in age from their early 20s to their late 40s.Hosted by Mark Consuelos, the series aired on NBC, and premiered on Monday, June 18, 2007. The "kittens" were the women in their 20s, while the "cougars" were the women in their late 30s to late 40s.The 40-year-old – nicknamed ‘The Poo’ - reached the final of the US Open in 1998, but lost to countryman Pat Rafter.In 2003, he made it to the final of the Wimbledon tournament but was defeated by Roger Federer.The man nicknamed Scud flew Amanda and Jennifer to Melbourne to visit his mother, Rosana, and sister Maria, before making the final decision.Rosana gave the thumbs up to Amanda because she was shy, unlike the chirpy cougar.He was introduced to tennis by his father – a former banker and soccer goalkeeper – and began playing at the age of six.
And, with multi-strap bikinis topping our wishlist for the coming summer, now is the perfect time to be investing in one of these bad boys.About 6 million Americans tuned in to watch the finale of Philippoussis' Bachelor-style dating show, Age of Love.The show is aired in Australia on the Seven Network and is a few weeks behind, so Australian fans of Age of Love should not read on if they want to avoid details of the finale.The final two were 48-year-old Jennifer, an LA-based twice married mother of a 25-year-old son, and Amanda, a curvy 26-year-old cheerleader from Tennessee.
Philippoussis picked Amanda, leaving Jennifer in tears.Upgrade any one of the browsers below and it will make your internet life better - not just on Ranker, but everywhere!