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Brad Womack and Emily Maynard New Photos: Are They Still Together?



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Bachelor 2011 fans have desperately been trying to confirm whether Brad Womack and Emily Maynard are still together. After Brad abruptly deleted his Twitter account and Emily has made no mention of him on hers, viewers of the show began to believe the rumors that the two had broken up. But now, just weeks later, everything has changed after Brad flew Emily to Austin for some one-on-one time.

So what happened during their overnight date? And is ABC’s most controversial Bachelor finally settling down?

The details of the relationship are still a little grey, although eye witnesses have given accounts of Brad and Emily’s demeanor on their dates. While onlookers at the airport tell the Life & Style Magazine that “instead of a hug or kiss hello, the two went straight to lunch at The Oasis on Lake Travis” other witnesses enjoying lunch alongside them say that “the pair seemed awkward, uncomfortable and distant.”

A not-so-optimistic Brad told the mag on May 2nd “We’re taking it one day at a time.”

The entire date spanned over the course of three days. At no point were Emily and Brad snapped looking happy or in love.

Take a look at the photos of Emily and Brad this week and let us know if you think they’re still together (or if you even want them together anymore)…

One Response to “Brad Womack and Emily Maynard New Photos: Are They Still Together?”

  1. Roz says:

    Don’t quote anything Life and Style says. Brad hasn’t responded to more reputable media, why would he even respond to L&S. Plus, he is the one who want the media prying to their lives after the show.

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