Who Wins The Bachelorette 2013 Finale? Winner Spoiler Update!
Chris Harrison has promised fans one of the most dramatic season finales in the history of the show next week but is the ending really that exciting – or is Chris blowing smoke once again?
Most of you will remember last year’s season finale. ABC made it seem like there was going to be some huge dramatic moment with Catherine reading the letter from Sean Lowe at the final rose ceremony. Needless to say, it was one of the most boring season finales in the history of the show – despite Chris Harrison talking it up so much.
The promos for the two-part season finale of The Bachelorette 2013, however, seem to indicate that there might actually be some fireworks to look forward to. We’ll tell what we know – and what we don’t know – about tonight and next week’s episodes and you can make the decision if you think it really is going to be the most dramatic rose ceremony ever.
Spoiler Warning – If you don’t want to know who wins, stop reading now
Who Wins The Bachelorette 2013 Finale Next Week?
Here’s what we know: We know that Drew is eliminated third (either tonight or early on in next week’s episode, depending on how ABC edits the episode). We know that Chris gets sent home at the final rose ceremony after Desiree chooses Brooks. And, despite the rumors speculating that Brooks breaks Des’ heart by rejecting her at the final rose ceremony, we also know that he accepts the final rose and proposes to Desiree. The two are currently engaged.
Here’s what we don’t know: We don’t know why Desiree breaks down in tears on the beach. We don’t know why she sends Drew home – or what their conversation is about when they’re sitting on the sand. And we don’t know why Brooks is crying in a limo in one of the promo shots.
Regardless of what we don’t know, the most important thing is that Brooks wins, the two are still together and are planning to get married.
Does that sound like the most dramatic season finale ever? I don’t think so either.
Do you think ABC is making the finale seem more dramatic than it will be in hopes of getting higher ratings?