We love The Bachelorette 2012 spoilers, rumor and gossip! Some of it, of course, turns out to be a lot of hogwash, but so far this season we’ve gotten quite a lot of great The Bachelorette 2012 spoilers that turned out to be totally true. Who will The Bachelorette Emily Maynard choose as the man she wants as a husband and father to her daughter Ricki? Find out below!
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Our The Bachelorette 2012 spoilers report for today is all about the biggest question of the season — who will win Emily Maynard’s final rose? Well, who won The Bachelorette 2012 is a huge source of rumors and gossip, but there is only one source we really believe has the absolute inside scoop.
We have to give props to Reality Steve, who has bringing us the best and most accurate The Bachelorette spoilers all season long. There are several other sources I count as pretty reliable that I visit regularly, but Reality Steve is who you know is absolutely going to give you the best, verified, most accurate The Bachelorette 2012 spoilers. (He’s also the go-to guy for The Bachelor spoilers too.)
So what does Reality Steve and our other sources have to say about who will win The Bachelorette 2012 and receive Emily Maynard’s final rose? Well, we don’t have totally solid evidence yet, but we can tell you that it is most likely NOT Arie Luyendyk, Jr. The Bachelorette 2012 spoilers guru Reality Steve came right out and said during a recap that he “can tell you that Emily is not with Arie.”
So that leaves Jef Holm or Sean Lowe as The Bachelorette 2012 choices for the winner this season, and from our sources it seems the likely person who won The Bachelorette 2012 and recieved the final rose from The Bachelorette Emily Maynard was… Jef Holm.
Considering one of The Bachelorette 2012 spoilers for Monday’s episode is that Jef Holm will surprise Emily Maynard with “one of the most romantic hometown moments in Bachelorette history,” it looks like this could very well be an entirely accurate The Bachelorette spoiler for who gets the final rose.
22 thoughts on “The Bachelorette 2012 Spoilers: Who Won Emily Maynard’s Final Rose?”
It may well be that Emily picks Jef for the sake of a good show, but no way on God’s green earth will she marry a man whose parents don’t even have the courtesy to attend the “home” date.
It doesn’t have anything to do with courtesy. They have a commitment they were unable to leave at the time. Suffice it to say, they support their son and would have loved to have been there–if they could have.
It would be good to remember that there are some commitments in life bigger than dinner and that if Jef is picked by emily they would have time to get to know her!
Jef Holm is a Mormon and would expect her to convert to his religion as a condition of marriage. I don’t see Emily doing this, but stranger things have happened.
I agree, it seems odd to think Emily would convert, but perhaps he is not a strong Mormon and he might convert instead. Of course, I always take all these spoilers with a huge grain of salt. It could be the network leaking untrue information to try to fool us into thinking it will be one guy, when it actually ends up being the other!
He was raised Mormon but has said in interviews that he is no longer practicing and does not consider himself Mormon anymore.
I think it’s a shame she didn’t pick Sean, he appears to have the best qualities of both Jef and Arie, he is in the middle.
how the hell are they suppose to attend if they are in South Carolina and have important business to do there
Google Bach and bachette forum. They had the final 2 nailed and Jef as the winner in early May, along with all of the dates and eliminations weeks before RS. RS has really been lacking in getting information. I give all the credit to those people on that forum.
Speaking as a person who lives in Utah….that was code for my patents are serving a mission…
Probably so since he participates in the overnight date. But his family ties appear to be strong and the pressure to marry in the church may become suddenly important. I see it as Emily’s out from this supposed engagement.
Jef seems wonderful for em. I truly believe his devotion to his own family, humility toward others & in his career choice reveal a very genuine man. I could imagine em being able to love again and a father on earth for rjh that parents emily & ricky would be blessed to have as their daughters’ father figure for life. God bless emily & sweet girl ricky.6 Anything is possible through those who believe and gain strength through him
Funny that she stated Jef was the winner on 5/9 and the finale/final rose did not occur until 5/10. She has not provided proof. Just says, “I know it is Jef” Could be a good guess is all. At least Reality Steve provides proof when he spoils.
what an idiot comment
I really want Arie to win but I dobt it but Jef is ok he is my secOnd choice.
Um, did you read the post? The part about Reality Steve might be helpful for you… after all, it is HIS guess that it will be Jef. 🙂
I think she gives the first rose at the ceremony to the guy she had the best time with. I wouldn’t boot Arie out of the equation so fast…and prior arrangement or not, Jef’s family should’ve left her a card or a letter or a video clip or Skyped with her and Jef or SOMETHING! Anything! It is your son possibly bringing home his future wife.
How do you know he doesn’t? And she has a kid to think about…it’s like the movie Failure to Launch
Riverdog9, appreciate your comments about Jef’s parents. I know that sometimes it is hard to understand when someone has made a commitment to a church responsibility, but please don’t judge others with your mis understanding. I know for a fact they would have loved to have been there to support him. They love and adore him! As they do all 6 of their children. Part of what was edited out of the Hometown date with Jef’s date was a brief explanation of why they could not be there. They are amazing parents, who have raised wonderful children.
I don’t know where you get your information. One does not need to convert to marry someone who is a member of The church of Jesus Christ of Latter day saints.
No, but it is encouraged, a lot. 😛
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