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Will America pair Lisa Shannon up with the man of her dreams?


By Reality TV World staff, 09/16/2003 

Lisa Shannon made it clear to America who her choice for a husband is, but does America believe that he is the best person for her? Find out who America selects for her, on the series finale of "Cupid," tonight, Tuesday, Sept. 16 (9-10 PM, live ET/delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network.

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In last week's episode, Lisa shocked viewers and professed her love to Hank. Of the 10 men competing for Lisa, only four suitors remain: Hank, the options trader from Chicago; Evan, the girl's volleyball coach from Huntington Beach, Calif.; Robert A., the fitness model from Los Angeles, and Dominic, the bartender from Chicago. Although Lisa has made her decision, ultimately it's up to America to choose who they believe is the best match for her. During the finale, the bachelor America selects may propose to her on national television. If he does and she accepts, viewers will get to see their wedding, live!

"Cupid" is a relationship reality series from "American Idolís" Simon Cowell that challenges America to find the perfect mate for one eligible young woman with a $1 million dowry. Lisa Shannon, a copywriter for an advertising agency, selected 10 men from a pool of thousands of suitors. She got to know the 10 men better through a series of dates. America cast their votes for their favorite suitor and each week the guy with the least amount of votes was eliminated.

Who will America choose? Will he propose to her? Will she accept? And, will the couple be able to claim the $1 million dowry thatís at stake if they stay together? Tune in to find out









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