Jun 17, 2013

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Who Wins The Bachelorette 2013: Desiree’s Final Rose!

If you’ve been watching the past 3 episodes of The Bachelorette 2013, you’re probably asking yourself the same question millions of us are asking ourselves every Monday night: Who Wins The Bachelorette 2013!

The winner of this season has already been revealed by Reality Steve – and we’ve already told you several times who takes home the final rose. However, if this is your first time to Star-Spin and you haven’t read our previous posts regarding the outcome of this season, we’ll recap if for you again here!

If you don’t want to know the ending of the show, stop reading now – there are major spoilers ahead!

Who Wins The Bachelorette 2013?

It may be difficult to recognize some of the names we’re about to mention – especially since we haven’t seen much of these guys so far this season – but the final four men this season are Drew, Zak, Chris and Brooks. And, it just so happens, that’s also the order that they get eliminated in.

As we mentioned earlier today, Drew is sent home after hometown dates, Zak is next after fantasy dates and Chris is sent home at the final rose ceremony.

Brooks is the lucky man Desiree chooses this season! And the two are engaged!

Now that you know the ending of the show, we have to ask: Do you think Desiree and Brooks have staying power – or do you think they’ll break up within a couple of months, much like most of the other Bachelor/Bachelorette couples?

Related posts:

  1. The Bachelorette Spoilers 2013: Desiree Hartsock Final 4 and Winner!
  2. Reality Steve Bachelorette 2013 Spoilers Revealed: Who Wins?!?
  3. Bachelorette 2013 Brooks Forester: Does Desiree Choose Him?
  4. Reality Steve Bachelorette Desiree Spoilers 2013: Who Wins?
  5. The Bachelor Finale Spoilers 2013: Reality Steve Final Rose!
  1. I knew brooks will win since the first date

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