Jun 10, 2013

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Who Does Desiree Choose on The Bachelorette 2013? Winner Spoiler!

Viewers of The Bachelorette 2013 are ready for a drama-filled episode tonight but we have all the exclusive details of who receives the final rose – and the winner might surprise you!

Desiree Hartsock has officially embarked on her journey to find love, but which lucky bachelor will walk away (hopefully) engaged to the brunette beauty?

If you don’t want to know who wins this season, do not read any further – there are major spoilers ahead!

Now that you’ve been warned, let’s get to the good stuff!

Who Does Desiree Choose on The Bachelorette 2013?

I realize it’s only the third episode tonight, so to try and attempt to guess who wins would be a little difficult. However, if I asked you – based on what you’ve seen so far this season – you’d probably correctly guess the winner.

Think you know who it is?

Let’s see if you’re right…

The man that Desiree chooses on the finale episode of this season is the man who scored the first one-on-one date. That’s right, it’s Brooks Forester. How ironic that they spent their date wearing wedding attire and pretending they were a bride and groom.

As always, thanks to Reality Steve for the insider info.

To find out which men round out the Final 4 this season (including which unlucky guy will be sent home broken-hearted on the finale episode) CLICK HERE!

  1. I hope Des that you pick Drew Kennedy… He really looks like a great guy & a loving soul.., please think & look at the big picture, he’s been the only one that has cared enough to tell what we going on with Jaed, everyone else kept there mouth shout..!!! So with that being said , look at all the qualities real good.., Drew Kennedy ( hopefully the last men standing)!!

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