July 16, 2012 01:39 PM by Shayla Perry
O-M-G!!! We’ll admit that we were starting to get a little less than enthusiastic about the season finale of The Bachelorette, now that Sean Lowe is out of the picture. But after finding out the real reason behind ABC‘s decision to air the After the Final Rose Special live, well…we can’t wait, and you won’t be able to either! Keep reading for mind-blowing, MAJOR SPOILERS! (Yes, they’re that good!)
If you’re still reading and want to know why after all these years, ABC has changed the format of the After the Final Rose Special for Emily Maynard, we promise, you won’t be disappointed.
While we’re still convinced that the decision to move the finale to Sunday night, instead of Monday, was just a power play against CBS, sources say that there was a different motive for the network to air the AFR Special live.
Yes, Emily did get engaged in Curacao during The Bachelorette finale, BUT, according to Wetpaint Entertainment, a lot has happened since the proposal was taped in May. The website’s source doesn’t give away too much, but says that someone (it’s not clear whether it’s Emily, Arie Luyendyk, Jr., or Jef Holm) has “lingering feelings” that they want to address.
In Touch Magazine has reported that one of the bachelors walks out on Em during the finale, saying that they don’t “know each other nearly enough to even be entertaining” an engagement, leaving Maynard crying, “You’re the one I want to pick!”
With practically every spoiler saying that Jef Holm is the one who ultimately puts a ring on it, does this mean that Emily is still in love with Arie?
Has he changed his mind about their relationship?
Will there be not one, but TWO proposals this season?!
We don’t know, but we’ll definitely be watching!
Tell us RTVM: What do you think is going to happen during the LIVE After the Final Rose Special?
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