'Bachelorette' no more: Hebert, Rosenbaum wed
SINGLE NO MORE. Roslyn's J.P. Rosenbaum has married Ashley Hebert from "The Bachelorette," with their ABC wedding special having aired Sunday. In a conference call earlier in the week, the couple -- who were living in the Herricks High alum's Manhattan apartment -- said they had moved to Princeton, N.J., to live while Hebert completes her dental residency. "We've been living here for probably six months now," Hebert said. "And we live here as kind of, like, a compromise because J.P. works in the city, in New York" -- for the construction-management firm The J Companies -- "and I work in Philadelphia. And then in terms of [the] long future, we're not really sure. . . . [W]e still have a couple years left in Princeton. We'll probably stay in the Northeast." Why did they marry in Pasadena, Calif., when both families -- Hebert is from Maine -- are primarily East Coast? "Pasadena was really the most beautiful of every place of everywhere we were considering," Rosenbaum said. "The West Coast is not exactly convenient for all of us East Coasters, but you know, at the end of the day, it just was really, far and away, the nicest place that we had seen."
FINALES. After tonight's live performance show at 8 p.m., season three of NBC's "The Voice" culminates tomorrow night at 9, with Nicholas David, Terry McDermott and Cassadee Pope as the finalists following the elimination of Queens 18-year-old Trevin Hunte. . . . Fox's "The X Factor" pits Fifth Harmony, Carly Rose Sonenclar and Tate Stevens against one another in the live performance show Wednesday at 8 p.m., with Emblem3 having been dismissed. The live finale is Thursday night at 8.
RECAPS.Melissa Payne was eliminated on "Next Great Baker."