Who won The Bachelorette 2013? Can’t wait another minute to find out who The Bachelorette Desiree Hartsock chose as the winner? Does the man she picked end up proposing after they receive the final rose? If he does, will Desiree accept the proposal? We have all The Bachelorette spoilers on what happens at the end of Season 9!
Now, if you’re like us, we always want to know who wins The Bachelorette way before the actual reveal on the show. That doesn’t mean we’re going to stop watching, of course, it just means we want to know which guy we should really pay attention to and see how they weasel their way into the winning spot!
With The Bachelorette Desiree Hartsock, we kind of guessed a couple of the guys who would make the final four pretty early on. However, there are a couple of The Bachelorette 2013 men we would not have thought would make it so far. Still, it’s a very attractive field for Desiree to make her final selection from with Zak Waddell, Drew Kenney, Brooks Forester and Chris Siegfried as the final four.
In the end, of course, there can be only one though. Although we did hear an interesting rumors going around at one point that The Bachelorette Desiree might have actually had two proposals at the end of the show. However, there is only one guy that manages to steal her heart and put a ring on it after he takes the final rose.
So who is The Bachelorette 2013 winner? Well, the final rose ceremony takes place at The Verandah Resort & Spa in Antigua and, according to 99 percent accurate The Bachelorette spoilers source Reality Steve, the winner is… Brooks Forester!
Yes, apparently Desiree Hartsock had the hots for Brooks almost right from the start, according to Reality Steve, and the choice was really a no brainer. Brooks does propose and Desiree accepts. The two are currently engaged, although as we well know… that doesn’t mean there will ever actually be a Bachelorette Wedding for these two. Honestly, if they actually do end up getting hitched, it will probably be a miracle. We wish them all the luck though!
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