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Brad and Emily: On or Off?

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As if there hadn’t been enough talk about the on-off relationship of Brad Womack and Emily Maynard while the last season of “The Bachelor” was on our screens – it’s nothing when compared to the gossip flying around since the series ended on our screens last week.

But is anyone really surprised to hear that things are officially at an end between Brad Womack and Emily Maynard? According to several sources, the couple (I use the term loosely here) didn’t last long after the After the Final Rose ceremony and are in fact only pretending for the cameras that still dog them, until less attention is focused on them and they can quietly make it known that they have broken up.

According to an insider working on production of “The Bachelor”,

“There have been so many break-ups and make-ups — mostly over the phone or Skype”.

Ouch! No-one should break up over Skype, even if you did get together in front of the TV cameras!

“Finally, Emily told him she can’t do this anymore and ended it,” the anonymous source reported.

They may be together on this week’s copy of “OK” magazine, but they are faking it. The break-up has not been confirmed but even “OK” say that it is true, despite plastering them all over their front cover. Regardless, many people will be flicking through the magazine in the checkout line, eager to spot any clues to a lack of love between Brad and Emily in the photos.

So, what do you think? Are Brad and Emily over for good or is this a shameless publicity stunt to sell more magazines?

One Response to “Brad and Emily: On or Off?”

  1. IH8EM says:

    I sooo hope they broke up – I can’t standddd Emily.
    Either way this is a joke. Why would he choose her in the first place? Brad had enough time to scope her out.


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