Billed as a dating experiment, the 13 women battling for the tennis professional's heart were aged between 21 and 48.The women in their 20s were dubbed kittens and the 40-year-olds branded cougars. Philippoussis, 30, has romanced plenty of young, beautiful and famous women, including Delta Goodrem and actress Alexis Barbara, who was 18 when she became his fiancee. The finale came down to two women on either end of the age scale.She then continued: 'Thanking the universe each and every day for blessing me with my amazing little boy Nicholas.Love being a mummy to him & love our continuos little adventures...The final two were 48-year-old Jennifer, an LA-based twice married mother of a 25-year-old son, and Amanda, a curvy 26-year-old cheerleader from Tennessee.Philippoussis picked Amanda, leaving Jennifer in tears.About 6 million Americans tuned in to watch the finale of Philippoussis' Bachelor-style dating show, Age of Love.The show is aired in Australia on the Seven Network and is a few weeks behind, so Australian fans of Age of Love should not read on if they want to avoid details of the finale.
After kissing and dating 13 bikini-clad women on his new US reality TV show, Australian playboy Mark Philippoussis has gone public with his winning candidate.
Philippousis was recently a contestant on the NBC reality dating show where he had to choose between "kittens" – women in their 20s – and "cougars" – women in their 40s. Esposito, 36, a Staten Island native, starred in TV shows "Samantha Who?
" and "Rescue Me," and the Oscar-winning "Crash." She was previously married to Bradley Cooper.
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Actress Jennifer Esposito attends the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' An Evening with "Samantha Who? Goldenson Theatre on February 12, 2009 in North Hollywood, California.