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Desiree Hartsock Hints Strongly at ‘Bachelorette’ Ending, Does She Pick Brooks Forester?



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Desiree Hartsock hinted strongly at how “The Bachelorette” will end in less than a month.

Desiree opened up to host, Chris Harrison, when she was talking about at what stage her feelings for Brooks are at. She gauged it from skipping to jogging to running and ultimately to the rose. She admitted to feeling like she’s crossed the finish line being at the rose “stage.” Brooks told Desiree during their one-on-one date in episode 7 that he was “jogging.” He also reiterated those sentiments when he said on “The Bachelorette” episode that he took introducing any woman to his family seriously. He came off with reservation in relation to how Desiree was expressing herself.

“I felt like he could be the one for me,” Desiree wrote in her People blog Tuesday.

Desiree’s feelings for Brooks is about as obvious as Brad Womack’s were for Emily Maynard during his season of “The Bachelor.” From the get-go Emily was favored to win.

Desiree says she’s already “in love with Brooks” and is “falling” in love with Chris.

“During our chat, I decided to be completely honest with him about being in love with Brooks and falling in love with Chris.”

As Reality Steve wrote in his blog Tuesday, there’s a strong probability “The Bachelorette” will air some scenes that throw viewers off from believing Brooks is the winner at the end of this show, but he promises the two have been engaged since May 18.

Who do you hope Desiree will choose at the end of the show?

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