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‘The Bachelorette’ 2012 Spoilers – Bitter Resentment Towards Emily Erupts!

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Some bitter resentment has been thrown at Emily Maynard in the latest news regarding “The Bachelorette” 2012 spoilers. While in Prague the contestants had to face another elimination by the southern belle and one man in particular wasn’t too happy with her. Doug Clerget was sent home and he reportedly made no secret he was downright upset. The 33-year-old realtor and philanthropist from Tacoma, WA left his hotel in Prague and isn’t believed to return. It’s one of many stories to come out of the show as it continues filming in Europe.

Cast and crew are winding up week 7 before hometowns and overnights begin taping. As fans know, feelings are getting deeper between the contestants and Emily Maynard at this point in the show. Only five or so contestants are hanging around before those episodes wrap up. Soon everyone will return to the U.S. for hometown dates and Emily gets to meet the finalists’ side of the family.

How will the episode play out when viewers get to see Doug’s dramatic exit? What happened regarding the situation isn’t clear, but there’s a rumor Emily wanted him to do something that he wasn’t comfortable with. No doubt this show will have fans glued to their TV sets on June 25th when that “Bachelorette” episode airs. Every year on “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” outburts, meltdowns, bitterness, and anger take hold of the contestants.  Some internalize their emotions more effectively while others wear their hearts on their sleeve. Sounds like Doug will take the honors of sore losers for Emily Maynard’s season. How will she react and what really went on that made Emily let him go? Was he too pushy, not her type, or did she just not feel “it” for him? Hopefully the other men will take rejection a lot better as filming progresses.

“The Bachelorette” 2012 premieres Monday, May 14th on ABC at 8:00 p.m., ET/PT

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