[Giuliana and I] found true love, and the fact that we were able to assist in the process and help others fall in love is great." VIDEO: Behind the Scenes of THR's Giuliana Rancic Photo Shoot The series -- which debuts at 9-11 p.m.Tuesday, following -- features three bachelors trying to find their soul mate.The finale will find the three men choosing their final three women, who together must decide if they’ll get engaged, married or "simply live happily ever after." Giuliana says that throughout taping, producers weren't interested in hyping up the drama."A lot of dating shows are looking for the crazy girls," she says.
The Rancics say this adds another level of authenticity to the men's search for love.
Although her marriage is stated to be very successful, the the couple faced fertility issues and were open about it over a television talk show.
To conceive, Giuliana and Bill began IVF transfer but in the first time, Giuliana experienced a miscarriage in the ninth month of her pregnancy and in the second IVF transfer, she could not conceive but when they decided to go for IVF for the third time, the doctor suggested a mammogram and that’s when Giuliana was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Jon and Kate Gosselin, Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler: Reality TV has a solid track record when it comes to breaking up couples who let cameras into their homes. ’ I know him better now because you are forced to be in certain situations where you learn about your spouse.” Bill, who lives in Chicago, where his real estate business is based, says, “In life, you have to take risks. We had a lot of fun doing it.” In a way, the couple also credits reality TV with bringing them together. A.-based ,” Rancic recalls, “[O’Connell] was on an NBC show, and he jokingly said, ‘I’d introduce you to my girlfriend but I’m afraid the two of you would run off together.’ ” Admits Giuliana, “I used to watch all the time and I thought Bill was a fox.
So what on earth made newlyweds Giuliana De Pandi Rancic and Bill Rancic think it would be a good idea to let cameras follow them in their first year as newlyweds in a long-distance relationship for their Style network series, ? That was that, we didn’t see each other for years, and then we saw each other and 45 minutes after the cameras stopped rolling, we were still talking.” Though the couple has maintained a long-distance relationship since their wedding in September 2007, they admit that eventually, one of them will have to relocate.