Going into Monday night’s episode of “The Bachelorette,” do we really think that either Chris Siegfried or Drew Kenney are going to end up being the future fiance of Desiree Hartsock? Not exactly. After all, how could she justify to these guys being with them after she pretty much told Brooks Forester he was the one? The only two endings that we foresee in our rose-colored crystal ball for next week are either she decides to pick nobody, or Brooks comes back riding on some valiant love stallion and reclaims his position.
Desiree of course is not going to comment on either one of these things for now, and instead, she tried to indulge everyone in her latest People Magazine blog by suggesting that these people could still have a chance:
“Could get past this heartbreak to love either one of them as much as they both deserved? And would we ever get the opportunity to explore that? I promised myself from the beginning that I was here for love and not just to go through the motions. I had to remind myself that if I wasn’t feeling enough for the guys, I wouldn’t stay. “
While ABC has been pretty forthcoming for much of the series so far when it comes to divulging some of what is coming up on their show, expect that tradition to come to a screeching halt moving into this episode. We’re much more likely to see them keep everything under a lock and key, knowing full well now that they have viewers intrigued for what could be their most-dramatic last episode and “After the Final Rose” special since the days of Jason Mesnick.
If you want to read Chris Harrison’s take on the finale, and whether or not Brooks handled this entire situation in the right way, just be sure to head on over to the link here.