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'Bachelor' couple Charlie O'Connell, Sarah Brice land Oxygen show


By Christopher Rocchio, 01/11/2010 

Oxygen has announced that it is developing When Charlie Met Sarah, a new reality series starring on-again/off-again The Bachelor seventh-season couple Charlie O'Connell and Sarah Brice.

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The tentatively-titled series will follow the couple as O'Connell attempts to convince Brice to move back in with him but she pushes for a wedding proposal first, according to Oxygen.

O'Connell selected Brice during The Bachelor's final seventh-season Rose Ceremony in 2005, however instead of proposing he presented her with a promise ring so the couple could attempt to have a relationship in the real world.

They subsequently lived together in Los Angeles for two years but split in 2007 before rekindling their relationship a year later.

After they reunited, Brice attributed the split to O'Connell's excessive drinking and her desire to be more independent. During February's The Bachelor: The Women Tell All special, O'Connell claimed he hadn't "had a drink in almost two years or something like that," and Brice added his drinking had been "99% of the problem" in their relationship.

"We're working on our relationship, and there may be an engagement in the future, and there could be a family," said O'Connell at the time. "That's were we stand. We stand with hoping to have the future together."

When Charlie Met Sarah is being produced by Nancy Glass Productions.

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