<p><span></span>Love and marriage mean having to compromise -- but that's not the case when it comes to religion for <a href="http://dynamic.bauerpublishing.com/mt-search.fcgi?blog_id=2&tag=the%20bachelorette&limit=20&IncludeBlogs=2"><em>Bachelorette</em></a> star <a href="http://dynamic.bauerpublishing.com/mt-search.fcgi?blog_id=2&tag=ashley%20hebert&limit=20&IncludeBlogs=2"><strong>Ashley Hebert</strong></a>! In an interview with <em>Life & Style</em>, Ashley's fiancé, <a href="http://dynamic.bauerpublishing.com/mt-search.fcgi?blog_id=2&tag=jp%20rosenbaum&limit=20&IncludeBlogs=2"><strong>JP Rosenbaum</strong></a>, gushed that while she is very curious about his religion after having spent the Rosh Hashana holiday in Roslyn, N.Y., with his family and friends, converting to Judaism probably isn't in Ashley's future. </p>
"We've never talked about her converting," JP told Life & Style at the Riazul Tequila 3rd-anniversary party on Oct. 12 at Cellar Bar at the Bryant Park Hotel. "My history and our family traditions are very important to me, but I want her to be her. I love her for who she is. If she wants to convert, great, but it doesn't matter to me."
And no matter what, the couple are in it for the long haul. JP avoided the girls trying to get his attention that night. Instead, he spent the evening with Bachelor Pad star Graham Bunn. "I'm living with a girl for the first time ever. I'm all grown up at 34 -- who would have thought?" laughs JP. "I'm happier now than I've ever been. She and I? We're going to last."
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