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Fargo's Abbi Noah reunites with her reality TV romeo

Abbi Noah's run on the VH1 reality show "Real Chance of Love" has officially ended.

Abbi Noah's run on the VH1 reality show "Real Chance of Love" has officially ended. And despite doubts, it looks like the Detroit Lakes, Minn., native and former Fargo resident who was dubbed "Corn Fed" still has a shot at love with "the man of her dreams."

Noah, who won the heart of reality TV celebrity Ahmad "Real" Givens two weeks ago in the "Real Chance of Love" finale, reconnected with her beau Monday night during a reunion special bringing the cast of the series together in front of a studio audience.

Looking much different than she had on the series, Noah walked out in a form-fitting black dress with dark brown hair hanging well past her shoulders. Tan and smiley, Noah reiterated that she fell in love with Givens and hadn't seen much of him since the show stopped taping last year. Though she did confess to having a secret rendezvous with Givens last fall, about three weeks after the show's end, during Labor Day weekend.

When Givens joined Noah on stage, she flashed a big smile and hugged and kissed "her man," as she called him on the show. He seemed nervous, using a fake voice to say, "I ain't seen you in a while." Soon Givens was asked if the couple still had a chance of real love.

"I want to make it, but I think me and her need to take it slow," Givens said, now using his real voice. He looked at Noah and asked "Do you want to try?" She said, "Yeah," and they embraced.


Givens also explained that the feelings he showed Noah on the program were real and revealed that he entered "Real Chance of Love" a bit heartbroken. Following his stint on a previous reality TV show "I Love Money," Givens asked a former cast member, "Hoops," to marry him. Apparently she said no.

The "Real Chance of Love" reunion special didn't end with hints of a Givens/Noah wedding, just the idea that Fargo's latest reality TV star still might have found love through VH1. We'll have to keep watching.

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