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Bachelorette SPOILERS: Emily Maynard And Jef Holm Hometown Date Romance

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It’s time for ‘The Bachelorette’ season 8 hometown dates and we are apparently set for some of the most romantic scenes ever seen on the show, when Emily visits Jef in Utah.

When Emily headed to Jef’s family ranch in St. George Utah, a ‘desert paradise’ according to ABC, they spend time shooting and touring around the place and she really falls for his country boy charm. The only problem may be getting the approval of Jef’s strict Mormon family.

Emily was understandably nervous but rumor has it that Jef’s parents were not actually at the ranch when she visited. Instead, they were on a church mission elsewhere, according to recent reports. But Emily was instead greeted and grilled by Jef’s siblings.

Emily may not be Mormon but she professes a strong faith and Christian values. It seems Jef’s siblings were impressed, as his brother says she seems like the ‘kind of woman to motivate this on-the-go bachelor to settle down.’ Now sweet!

The hometown date with Jef also involves a surprise which Jef organized for Emily. ‘Bachelorette’ producers say it is ‘one of the most romantic hometown moments in ‘Bachelorette’ history.’

What could it be? Another puppet show? Or will Jef really feel able to voice his ow feelings this time? I can’t wait to find out.

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