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Emily Maynard Talks Brad Womack on Bachelorette 2011 Tonight!

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Bachelorette fans are incredibly excited for tonight’s episode of The Bachelorette but not because Ashley has three one-on-one dates but because Emily Maynard is back to talk about her breakup with Brad Womack.

Sure, we’re still all interested in tonight’s actual episode (Ashley narrows the field to four tonight) but Emily’s sit-down, solo interview with host Chris Harrison will undoubtedly be the highlight of the show.

It’s not Emily will tell us anything we don’t already know tonight. We know she and Brad are no longer engaged and we know they haven’t been together for a while but it will be nice to see Emily sit and open up about what happened.

According to sources, Emily spends the majority of the interview in tears and is having an incredibly hard time dealing with the split. She has no plans of becoming the next Bachelorette and spoke openly about her dislike for the paparazzi who wait outside her home and photograph she and her daughter Ricki.

Overall, there shouldn’t be any shell-shocking new details of their relationship but it will hopefully give Emily – and their fans – some closure so we can focus on Ashley’s love story.

Are you excited to see Emily’s interview tonight?

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