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Emily Maynard the Next Bachelorette?

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Is fan favorite Emily Maynard set to become the next Bachelorette?

When Emily Maynard broke up with Brad Womack and their Bachelor relationship disintegrated before our eyes, many people hoped for another reality TV fairytale for her. But seriously, would the 25-year-old want to subject herself to another televised love search, they reasoned.

Well, according to Life & Style, she does. They are reporting that Emily Maynard has brushed herself off and hopped right back on the horse that threw her. She is said to be very close to signing on to be the next Bachelorette.

An insider told the magazine that it is basically a done deal. She may not have yet signed a deal to feature on the show, but she is said to be very keen on the idea.

Maynard, who has a 6-year-old daughter, Ricki, announced her split from Womack just four months after the Bachelor finale. At that time she tweeted that she had no interest in being the next Bachelorette, but they do say that time heals all wounds and so perhaps time has healed some of her wounds.

The Bachelor returns to our screens in January with Ben Flajnik (click here for Bachelor 2012 Spoilers) as the man seeking a new love.

Would you like to see Emily Maynard as the next Bachelorette, or should the show seek out some fresh blood?

2 Responses to “Emily Maynard the Next Bachelorette?”

  1. Lilac says:

    Yes please!!!! I was in love with Brad/Emily and hopes that she finds someone who deserves her this time!


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  2. Carrie says:

    I hope that Emily will be the next bachelorette. I will watch her.


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