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Are SK and Raven from ‘Love Is Blind’ Season 3 still together?

They had a surprise to share at the reunion.
Raven Ross and SK Alagbada
Raven Ross and SK Alagbada in season 3 of "Love Is Blind."Netflix
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Warning: This post contains spoilers for Season 3 of “Love Is Blind” on Netflix.

Raven Ross and Sikiru “SK” Alagbada are among the five couples to get engaged in "Love Is Blind" Season Three.

The couple’s relationship started off as a slow burn. While Alagbada spoke to other contestants like Nancy Rodriguez, Ross instantly bonded with Bartise Bowden over their shared love for fitness and nutrition.

In Episode Two, Ross and Alagbada gravitated toward each other and their emotional connection grew stronger. 

Ross had a tough exterior with most of the other contestants, but during her conversations with Alagbada she shed a few tears. Alagbada applauded her personality and inner beauty, which made her emotional.  

When Alagbada proposed, Ross responded with a confident “Yessir!” Compared to the other couples, Ross, 29, and Alagbada, 34, faced the most obstacles in the first group of episodes, when the couples headed to Malibu. However, things changed for them in the second batch of episodes.

Let’s take a look at their journey on the show that will either end with them saying “I do” at the altar or calling it quits.

SK and Raven seemed to lack a romantic spark on their trip to Malibu

Ross and Alagbada traveled with the other newly engaged couples to Malibu, Calif. for a whimsical getaway before returning to their normal lives in Dallas.

While the other pairs were working on their physical connections during their first night together, Ross and the data engineer spent most of their time getting to know each other more.

The pilates instructor later revealed that it takes her some time to open up, and noticeably did not say she was in love with fiancé.

During their date, Ross taught Alagbada pilates and corrected his form throughout the workout. After exercising, they acknowledged the “block” between them. 

Ross shared she was looking for more “razzle dazzle” in their relationship. Alagbada assured her that they would solve their problems with time.

The data engineer opened up about their challenges when the couples met for the first time, saying he and Ross spent their first night together speaking to each other from opposite sides of the bed. 

After hearing this information and seeing the pilates instructor, Bowden confessed to the camera — and later to fiancé Rodriguez — that he thought Ross was attractive, causing trouble in his own relationship.

But they got closer in Dallas

Once in Dallas, Ross and Alagbada's emotional bond deepened. However, they encountered new challenges when meeting the most important people in one another's lives.

Ross' close friends were skeptical after hearing of Alagbada's plans to leave for California, where he is pursuing a two-year master's program.

Her friends questioned if Alagbada was robbing Ross of the ideal honeymoon stage in marriage. They also wondered if Alagbada and his family would be accepting of Ross's background.

Ross again worried about their cultural differences when Alagbada's mother shared specific expectations for a Nigerian wife.

Ross also lacked support for her family. She told Alagbada that her relatives would not attend their wedding.

They considered themselves to be one of the strongest couples

By Episode Eight, Alagbada and Ross's interactions became more lighthearted and playful. The two cleaned their apartment together as they gushed how their relationship was free of drama.

"I just feel like our relationship is more mature and (on) its own schedule," Alagbada told his fiancée. He also praised her for not conforming to expectations of being "the perfect wife."

She agreed that she is not a stay-at-home, traditional spouse and that she embraces her independence.

Alagbada’s family also seemed to grow more enthusiastic about their upcoming wedding — especially his mom.

His mother accompanied Ross to a shop where she tried on a traditional Nigerian gele to wear on her wedding day. However, Ross surprised her potential in-laws when she said she would wear a white wedding gown.

The conversation took a turn when Alagbada's relatives told Ross that she should always have food in the house for her husband to "pamper" him.

Later, Alagbada asked about the dress shopping experience. Ross shared that her opinion about the wedding was being overlooked and she was not feeling supported by her fiancé.

They took a romantic boat ride for their final date

The couple boarded a small boat for their final date and toasted to their wedding.

They said they were looking forward to future dates when she visited him at school in California. "Selfishly, I don't want you to go. But I get it," Ross said.

They also shared that they planned to "adopt" each other's dreams.

At the ladies' bachelorette party, most of the women enjoyed their night out at the strip club. Meanwhile, Ross told the cameras that wished she was having as much fun as the other contestants.

"Too grown for this," she explained. "Being here just really makes me miss my fiancé."

What happened at the wedding?

Ross and Alagbada's wedding was shown first in Episode 10. Alagbada seemed concerned and said his biggest fear was having to make a decision in front of all his family and friends.

He told his friends that he and Ross did not have all the answers to how they would navigate life after he left Dallas to attend grad school in California. But, he called Ross a "treasure" and said he could envision her being his wife.

While Ross put on her wedding dress with her friends, she said she felt like she was getting her "fairy tale" ending.

As they were all getting ready, one of her friends joked, "If SK says no, I'll be hiding the body."

His mom arrived after Ross's friends left to help fix her gele and share some advice.

As, Ross walked down the aisle, Alagbada greeted her with a smile. She shed multiple tears as he complimented her mind and beauty in his vows. He ended his speech by expressing his love. In her vows, Ross said, "I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with you."

They appeared to be destined for a happily ever after, but when Alagbada was asked if he wanted to marry Ross, he responded, "I do not."

As his mother looked disappointed and lowered her head, Alagbada explained that he loved Ross but the timing of their wedding was not right.

They hugged as Ross wept and said she needed to fix her makeup. "What's wrong with me? I never want to have another wedding," she told the cameras.

Although another conversation between Ross and Alagbada was not shown, he further explained to viewers that one of their problems was Ross not being willing to relocate to California with him.

He said, "I think I would rather lose her than be in a marriage with her where I feel lots of shortcomings every day."

His mother visited the bride to check on her. She gave Ross a hug and said she loved her.

Before their portion of the finale ended, Ross said, "I know it was really hard for him to stand there and say it."

She added, "I was planning on saying 'yes' today," as she wiped away tears.

Are they together now?

Ross spoke to TODAY about their relationship now — and said there's more to the story. “SK and I definitely have stayed in touch and we have so much more of our story that we want to share with everyone. So stay tuned,” she said. 

During the reunion, Ross and Alagbada confirmed that they rekindled their relationship after filming.

Alagbada said he decided in the moment to not marry Ross and it was not because he didn't love her. Ross also revealed that it took Alagbada five minutes to say "I do not" at the altar.

After co-host Vanessa Lachey teased an update from one of the couples, Ross and Alagbada announced that they are back together and are currently dating long distance.

The two ran toward each other and shared a kiss as their fellow contestants congratulated them.

But, their reunion was short lived. Less than two weeks after Season Three ended, cheating rumors started to circulate on social media. On Nov. 20, Ross and Alagbada confirmed on Instagram that they have broken up again.

They shared identical statements on their Instagram stories that said, "We are saddened to announce that we have decided to go our separate ways. Due to on-going legal proceedings surrounding these allegations, we cannot provide additional details and ask that you please respect our privacy during this hard time."

The statement concluded, "Thank you for following our love story and believing in us. This journey has forever shaped our lives and we are so grateful for everyone who has been a part of it. Your love and support means everything."