August 05, 2013 10:00 AM by Lisa Princ
Last week on The Bachelorette, fans were shocked as Desiree Hartsock had her heart broken by Brooks, who she later admitted she had fallen in love with. Though rumor has it that Des does indeed get engaged, could we possibly be in for a big shock tonight such as Des walking away from both remaining bachelors?
Desiree Hartsock was left with a broken heart last week on The Bachelorette, and she was even having doubts about sticking around. We’ve been reading the spoilers all season, and they all claim that Des does get engaged on the show, but what if they’re all wrong? Could Desiree walk away from the final two bachelors? Early in the season, producer Mike Fleiss promised that this season finale would be shocking. In fact, he even dished to Entertainment Weekly: “It doesn’t make sense in some ways. But it’s the weirdest ending we’ve ever had.”
So, what is it that is so shocking and doesn’t make sense? Will Brooks return or perhaps Des walks away from it all? When asked recently about the finale, Chris Harrison didn’t give away too much information, but he did mention that tonight, they have to deal with Chris and Drew adding: “We have these two happy guys that have no idea that the bachelorette just had her world rocked.” Meanwhile, Des’ brother Nate has blabbing all over Twitter lately, claiming that Reality Steve’s spoilers are wrong – is he just trying to throw us off?
What do you think all of this means? Maybe Des hooks up with Harrison himself? Kidding, but that would definitely be a shocker!
Will Brooks come back next week and give Desiree Hartsock her fairy tale ending? Do you want to see Desiree Hartsock with Brooks, or would you rather her end up with one of the other men? It’s your turn to sound off! Comment below to share your thoughts with us.
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