May 28, 2013

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The Bachelorette Spoilers 2013: Desiree Hartsock Final 4 and Winner!

The first episode of The Bachelorette 2013 is just minutes away from airing and, already, fans of the show are eager to find out who Desiree Hartsock is going to pick in the end.

Tonight, we’ll see Des meet 25 men who could potentially be her husband in a matter of months. As always, there are a few bad apples in the group and, if the previews are any indication, this season is going to be filled with drama. From fist-fights to girlfriends back home, there’s no shortage of material for producers to work with this time around.

Aside from all of the drama, there is a true love story this year. According to sources (namely, spoiler king Reality Steve), Desiree had her heart set on one man from almost the beginning of the season. If you want to know who that is – and you want to know who makes the final four this year then keep reading. If you don’t want to know – and you want the season to be a surprise, stop reading now. There are major spoilers ahead!

The Bachelorette Spoilers 2013: Desiree’s Final 4 and Winner!

As we mentioned a few weeks ago, the final four this season are Chris Siegfried, Brooks Forester, Zak Waddell and Drew Kenney.

Here’s how each person is eliminated after hometown dates: Drew Kenney eliminated after hometown dates, Zak Waddell after Final Three. Chris Siegfried eliminated at the final rose ceremony.

Brooks Forester wins and receives the final rose from Desiree!

Do you think Brooks is a good choice for Des? Sound off in the comment section below!

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