For those of you wondering whether or not Emily Maynard’s season of “The Bachelorette” was really going to stay in America longer than some of the past seasons (thanks mostly in part to Emily having a daughter and wanting to stay close to her North Carolina roots), be prepared to be taught something rather different — the show’s not changing as much as you would think.
In a new post on Twitter, executive producer Mike Fleiss (who has been a bit of a spoiler-master throughout the season) made the big announcement concerning what is happening with Emily at the moment:
“Leaving the great state of North Carolina… Heading for tropical location. NC will be a tough act to follow…”
It’s pretty safe to assume based on the show’s history that the tropical location will be in the Caribbean. It’s cheaper for the production team to film there than around the world, and they typically save some of their most exotic of locations (see Fiji) for the very end of the season when there are fewer people to cart around from place to place.
With this move, it’s safe to assume that Emily has started to narrow down her search for love to just a couple of handfuls of suitors. Considering all she has been through over the past several years, it’s hard to imagine someone like her cracking under this pressure — instead, we’re really more curious just what this experience is doing to some of the men.
How confident are you that Emily’s season is going to be a good one?