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Former 'The Bachelor' star Matt Grant reportedly dating Natalie Getz

By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 10/14/2011 

Former The Bachelor star Matt Grant is reportedly dating former Bachelor Pad champion and The Bachelor bachelorette Natalie Getz.

"They are 100 percent dating -- she told me!" a source close to Getz told Life & Style.

"It's still new, but they've gone out a few times and are seeing how things go. Their friends think it's a good match."

How the couple's romance sparked was reportedly anything but glamorous, as they kept running into each other at a Starbucks in Los Angeles.

"They always saw each other, so one day he was like, 'Let's hang out,' because he thought she was fun. It was totally organic," a source close to Grant told Life & Style.

"They've hit it off. It's really in the early stages, but their friends think they're a good match."

Grant starred on the The Bachelor: London Calling and proposed to his final bachelorette Shayne Lamas during the show's May 2008 finale broadcast. However, the couple split shortly afterwards.

Getz appeared on the thirteenth season of The Bachelor but was cut by Jason Mesnick during the edition's third episode after he felt they had stale conversation and she wasn't ready to settle down. But Getz's reality TV stint didn't end there, as she returned to compete on the first season of Bachelor Pad and walked away with the $250,000 grand prize after winning with bachelor David Good.

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