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Bachelorette 2011 Finale Spoiler: Who Did Ashley Pick, Who Did She Send Home?

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It’s the night Bachelorette fans have been waiting for all season. Tonight, we’ll finally get to see who Ashley Hebert picks and whether or not she’s still with the man she chooses on tonight’s Final Rose Ceremony special.

So Who Does Ashley Pick on The Bachelorette 2011 – and is she still with him?

The answers to those questions are JP and yes! Ashley will eliminate Ben F tonight in a dramatic Final Rose Ceremony moment where the biggest love skeptic gets down on one knee with a ring and attempts to propose to Ashley. Ashley tells him he’s not the one and JP shows up shortly after with a ring and a proposal as well. She accepts JP’s proposal and the two are thrilled to be engaged.

Afterwards, at the After Final Rose Ceremony JP and Ashley reunite and are still happily in love (unlike Brad and Emily when they appeared on the ATFRC last season). Ashley also reunites with Ben F – who is still searching for answers as to why he was not the one chosen – and Ashley explains again how she knew it was JP from fairly early on.

Now that the season has come to a close, the question on everyone’s mind is whether Ashley made the right choice. Do you think Ashley and JP will actually last a long time – and possibly actually walk down the aisle?

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