She entered the public eye in 2006, starring in the now-infamous reality TV flop Yasmin’s Getting Married.
And Yasmin Dale, now 43, looks very different to her days as Australia’s Bridget Jones 14 years ago.
These days, the Sydney-based former star works in recruitment, and has still never been married.
What happened to the star of Yasmin’s Getting Married? Channel Ten personality Yasmin Dale (pictured in 2006) resurfaces after 14 years – and you’ll never guess what she looks like now
She is however mother to a seven-year-old daughter named Mllie.
Yasmin’s Getting Married promised to document the brunette’s quest for love – from choosing a suitor to eventually marrying on television.
However, the program was axed after four episodes after the ratings plunged below 600,000 people, meaning that Yasmine’s search for Mr Right was tragically cut short.
Blast from the past! Yasmin Dale, now 43, has evaded the limelight for the past 14 years. She now works in recruitment and has a seven-year-old daughter Millie, and has still never been married. Pictured in Stellar magazine this week
Speaking to Sunday’s Stellar magazine, Yasmin insisted that she didn’t go on the show for fame, but rather because of the pressures of her childhood.
‘I grew up north of Newcastle in a small coastal country town and, when you grow up in a small community, people tend to get married (sooner than in the city),’ she explained.
‘Back then, I felt like my closest friends had done just that. I was kind of the last woman standing and that was the catalyst for doing [the TV show].’
‘I was kind of the last woman standing’: Speaking to Sunday’s Stellar magazine, Yasmin insisted that she didn’t go on the show for fame, but rather because of the pressures of her childhood. Pictured left in 2006, right in 2020
Yasmin explained that she actually wasn’t the network’s first pick to star on the show.
The singleton was actually offered the role when the initial star, a woman named Rene, pulled out at the last minute.
Yasmin said she was given just 24 hours to decide whether she wanted to do the show.
‘I took it personally’: While she hoped to find her Prince Charming, Yasmin’s fairy tale turned into a nightmare when she received a phone call from Chanel 10 telling her the show had been axed. Pictured left in 2006, right in 2018
While she hoped to find her Prince Charming, Yasmin’s fairy tale turned into a nightmare when she received a phone call from Chanel 10 telling her the show had been axed.
‘I was surprised when they told me. And of course I took it personally – the show was about me,’ she lamented.
Yasmin went on to insist she has no regrets about the series but still hasn’t re-watched any footage.
Read more: The full interview is published in this week’s Stellar magazine