Chris Soules stole America's hearts on the last season of ABC's "The Bachelor."
Two months after the finale aired though, Prince Farming and winner Whitney Bischoff broke off their engagement.
What happened? And how can this hunky, down-to-earth charmer still be single?
Soules, alongside hosts Brian Howie (author of "How to Find Love in 60 Seconds") and Kimberly Seltzer (America's dating makeover expert) will answer these questions and more at The Observatory North Park on Friday, Aug. 28 as part of The Great Love Debate.
The Great Love Debate has been touring throughout the country, even including a recent stop at Carlsbad Village Theatre on Aug. 6, with a lively Town Hall-style discussion and debate covering the topics of dating and love in the modern age. This North Park stop of the tour will allow San Diegans the chance to chat with Bachelor Soules and pick his brain on the age ol' question: "Why is everyone still single?"
Tickets are $40 for general admission, $75 for VIP priority searing and post-show meet-and-great or $150 for VIP front row seating and a private meet-and-greet. For more information and tickets, visit observatorysd.com.