Every week for the duration of the season, a contestant was eliminated via a process in which Stork gives a rose to those whom he’d like to stay on the show and the opposite for those whom he feels he shares no chemistry with.As the weeks went by, eventually only contestants Moana Dixon and Sarah Stone were left standing after the sixth week.
"It's very private and removed from people," the source tells Us of the setting.
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In a later interview, Stork hinted to fans some of the reasons behind the separation; one being how he had lived so closed to Stone in real life.
While the two were seemingly in a blooming relationship on-screen, behind the scenes, the pair were in fact, not allowed to interact with each other (as to not spoil the ending of the season)ーand the fact that Stork and Stone lived in such close proximity to each other only made it that much harder.
He later graduated from high school in 1990 at the age of 18.
Following his high school graduation, Stork relocated to North Carolina to attend Duke University, a private institution located in Durham; he later graduated from the college magna cum laude.
Soon after the completion of medical school, Stork began a residency in emergency medicine at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center located in Nashville, Tennessee. While most bachelors on the show are nominated by friends and family, Stork was quite the exception, having been at the right place at the right time.
At the time, the casting crew for the series was in Tennessee searching for female contestants to be on the showーthe same general area which Stork often frequented whilst working as a resident at the Medical Centre.
He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Duke University as a member of Phi Beta Kappa and earned his M. with honors from the University of Virginia, being elected into the prestigious honor society of Alpha Omega Alpha for outstanding academic achievement. Stork is passionate about teaching people simple methods to prevent illness before it happens with the goal of maximizing the enjoyment of a healthy life. Stork is a #1 bestselling author of “The Lose Your Belly Diet – Change Your Gut, Change Your Life,” “The Doctor’s Diet,” “The Doctor’s Diet Cookbook,” “The Lean Belly Prescription” and “The Doctor Is In: A 7-Step Prescription for Optimal Wellness.” Dr. His hobbies include mountain biking, kayaking, and spending time outdoors.
, now in its tenth season, won the 2010 Emmy® Award for Outstanding Talk Show/Informative and has been nominated six times in the category. Stork and his co-hosts received consecutive Emmy® nominations for Outstanding Talk Show Host in 20.
Contrary to the tradition of the show, he did not propose to Stone during the season finale; instead, the pair began a dating relationship.