Here's everyone who got married — or broke up — in the “Love Is Blind” season 6 finale

Who actually said "I do," and who didn't even make it down the aisle?

Warning: This article contains spoilers about the Love Is Blind season 6 finale.

Another season of Love Is Blind ended in tears — both happy and sad ones — as the pod couples finally made it to their finale weddings. But which season 6 cast members successfully got married, and who left with their hearts broken? And which couples didn't even make it down the aisle?

Just like last season, only one couple actually tied the knot in the season 6 finale, but the episode was still filled with enough shocking moments to make an entire modern-day soap opera. Read on to find out the fates of every couple.

<p>Courtesy of Netflix</p> Clay and AD; Johnny and Amy

Courtesy of Netflix

Clay and AD; Johnny and Amy

Jimmy and Chelsea

After last week's episodes ended on the cliffhanger of Jimmy asking Chelsea if she knew what answer she was going to give him at the altar, the finale picks up immediately with her giving a heartfelt answer. She tells him she feels more secure now in their relationship and she sees a future with him. Basically, she reveals she's ready to say "I do," but her rose-colored glasses shatter when Jimmy responds by saying he doesn't even want to go to the altar. He made her spill her vulnerable emotions knowing he was about destroy her dreams. Talk about cruel!

An absolutely shell-shocked Chelsea takes a while to process what's happening as Jimmy explains what inspired his decision. Then they fight more about whether Jimmy means it when he tells her "I love you," how she broke his trust by revealing his past relationship with a friend on camera, when he called her "clingy," and every other issue they've had all season. Ultimately, Chelsea understands that he thinks there's nothing left to fight for, and she leaves their date in tears. Jimmy and Chelsea are officially done.

Clay and AD

After the two remaining couples have their bachelor/bachelorette parties, Clay and AD's wedding is up first. The red flags are there from the start as AD is clearly very excited to begin the next chapter of their relationship, but Clay continues to stress about his father's infidelities and only talks about how much AD has helped him grow through this experience.

At the altar, it seems like there might be a happy ending as both Clay and AD deliver emotional vows with big smiles. But while AD says "I do" first, Clay gives a long speech about how he's enjoyed the process and he loves her but he doesn't think it's "responsible" for him to say "I do" because he still needs to work on himself. He wants to continue their relationship but not get married — but we all heard AD tell him earlier this season that it's either marriage or nothing for her. She just says, "What the f---," and leaves him at the altar.

He approaches her in her dressing room afterwards to try to explain further how he wasn't ready to get married and it was a "game time decision" for him. She can't stop crying, and he apologizes as they hug. He promises to put the work in and go to therapy in the hopes that she'll stay with him through it. But she tells him that she feels like a "sacrifice" and "used" on his journey of learning about himself, and that's what hurts her the most. He apologizes some more before ultimately leaving, and she breaks down in more tears. She says she doesn't regret saying "I do," but doesn't see herself continuing to date him.

Meanwhile, Clay's parents have a raw conversation outside in one of the finale's best scenes. His mom confronts his dad about how Clay's struggles with commitment and marriage come from seeing his father cheat on his mother. His father tries to blame it on not having his own father be a good role model for him, but she stops him and says that she always forgave him for his infidelity, but has since learned more while filming this season about what he did that she never knew about, which hurt her more. She doesn't want to pass on their broken family's past to Clay, and she's proud of her son for wanting to break the cycle.

Johnny and Amy

Questions about birth control weren't enough to break up this couple! Against all odds, the season ends on a happy, hopeful note as Johnny and Amy actually do get married. Their wedding is emotional in the best way, and there's never any question that both of them will say "I do."

When they get to the altar, Amy goes first and says yes, and then Johnny immediately follows. Everyone cheers as they kiss and Johnny picks up Amy and twirls her around. They spend the rest of their wedding kissing, sweetly telling each other how much they love each other, drinking, dancing, and celebrating their marriage.

Jeramey and ... Sarah Ann?

As for the last season 6 couple? Jeramey and Sarah Ann might still be on their jet ski ride of love/betrayal, since we don't see them or his ex-fiancée Laura return in the finale. So what happened with that love triangle?

Find out when the Love Is Blind season 6 reunion premieres Wednesday, March 13, at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on Netflix.

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