The Bachelorette 2013: Does Desiree End Up Alone?| July 24, 2013 at 4:10 PM EST
From the looks of The Bachelorette 2013 finale promo, the question on everyone’s mind is, “does Desiree Hartsock end up with nobody?”. The previews show so many sad tears, not tears of joy, that it’s the finale we all wish does not happen. While all promos and trailers are cut and edited to make things seem more dramatic, this really does seem like the most heartbreaking and dramatic finale in Bachelorette history.
We all know that Desiree loves Brooks. She’s been saying it for weeks now, though he is the only guy out of the final three that hasn’t professed his love. She says she knows that he has a hard time and doesn’t have a problem waiting, but we all know that it hurts her that Drew and Chris have no reservations about telling her that she’s the love of their lives, yet Brooks won’t even utter the L word.
In the trailer, Drew and Chris both say that without a doubt they can see themselves having a wonderful life with Desiree, and that Desiree Hartsock is their dream girl. There is also a sighting of Drew and Chris at the final ceremony, but we don’t get to see Brooks in a tux and ready to propose to Des.
Fingers crossed that Desiree doesn’t get her heart crushed into a million pieces if Brooks decides to run before the final rose ceremony.
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