‘The Bachelor’ star Rachel Bloom dies at 89

‘The Bachelor’ star Rachel Bloom dies at 89

“We loved her.

She was the best thing that ever happened to us.”

—Mandy Rose, the wife of “The Bachelor” winner Rachel Bloom.

Bloom died on Monday, CBS News confirmed.

She passed away peacefully at her home in San Diego.

“She was the most beautiful person in the world.

I’ve been a big fan of her since the day she came on the show, and we were thrilled to have her on our show,” her former husband, Mandy Rose told The Associated Press.

“I’m very proud of her.

I’m proud of the show.

I don’t know where she’s gone.

We were lucky to have gotten to work with her, but we loved her and she was a wonderful person. “

Rachel was one of the best, most wonderful people I’ve ever known.

I can’t wait to see Rachel again.” “

My wife and I are blessed beyond measure and we’ll miss her very much.

I can’t wait to see Rachel again.”

The show has been renewed for a second season.

Bloom, who is in her 90s, was a contestant on the 2015 season of “America’s Next Top Model,” which aired on Bravo.

She is the youngest winner of the season and the first winner of a “The Biggest Loser” reality competition.

Her last reality show was the 2015 edition of “Celebrity Apprentice,” where she competed against Trump.

She had her own reality show on CBS from 2013 until her death.

Her former husband had an Emmy nomination for his role on the 2008 season of the hit show “The Bachelorette.”