On Monday night’s new episode of “The Bachelorette,” we had the first real opportunity all season long to really catch some of these guys in their element. And what is that all thanks to? It’s the good-ol’ standby known as the hometown dates! All of these guys undeniably have some qualities that make them likable and worth rooting for, but at the end of the day, there can only be one person who really wins Desiree’s heart, gets down on one knee, and proposes.
So what does Chris Harrison have to say about Desiree Hartsock’s remaining contenders? We’re focusing mostly here on two that made it through in Brooks Forester and Drew Kenney, who each have their own unique quirks. When it comes to Brooks, one issue that she is clearly facing is that he is more reserved about his feelings about the other guys, which, as Chris tells TV Guide, is something that almost always makes the woman more interested in return:
“There are four incredible guys, but the one who isn’t giving it up emotionally, isn’t telling her everything she wants to hear, is the guy she’s the most into. You’d think we’d learn from our mistakes, but it’s really such a cliché. He’s not the bad guy by any means and he’s very much into Des for sure, but it’s funny that there are three guys just throwing themselves at her and she is just trying to figure out Brooks.”
As for why Drew is so incredibly intense almost all of the time, Harrison says that it really just comes down to the nature of his personality versus someone goofy like Zak Waddell:
“Drew’s life might be very attractive to some. He’s a very serious man, settled into who he is and what he wants. He’s just not the crazy, happy-go-lucky guy who’s going to bring the snow cone truck to school.”
Who are you rooting for out of these guys? If you want to read some more teases for the next two weeks on the show, just be sure to head on over to the link here.