Jul 22, 2013

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Reality Steve Bachelorette Spoilers 2013: Desiree Winner Spoiler!

Reality Steve has spent countless years spoiling each season of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette and, as far as this season goes, Desiree Hartsock’s season is no exception. So far, he has successfully spoiled every episode of the 2013 season including who would be eliminated, who would get roses on group dates and all of the drama surrounding James, Bryden, Brian and Ben.

So, for those of you who want to know who Desiree chooses on the finale episode, keep reading. Those of you who don’t want the ending spoiled, I urge you to stop reading now. We are about to reveal who Desiree picked, plus an update on where her relationship stands with the man she chose.

Reality Steve Bachelorette Spoilers 2013: Desiree Winner Spoiler:

As we’ve been telling you for weeks, the final two this season are Brooks and Chris. We’ll all see Drew leave the show next week. I chose the word “leave” very carefully as I’m not sure if he gets sent home by Desiree or chooses to voluntarily leave the show. Either way, he will not be attending the final rose ceremony.

Brooks and Chris will both attend the final rose ceremony. At that time, Desiree will give the final rose to Brooks and send Chris home upset and broken-hearted.

Brooks will then propose to Desiree on the finale episode and, at the After the Final Rose Ceremony special, it is expected that the two will still be happily engaged.

Even though Brooks and Des are still happily engaged, do you think they’ll ever make it down the aisle? After all, Ali and Emily were both engaged for a while after the show ended and we all know how their relationships turned out. Just saying.

Do you think Brooks and Des will be the next Bachelorette couple to walk down the aisle?

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