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‘The Bachelorette’ 2012 Spoilers – Leaked Elimination of Named Contestant



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Emily Maynard has eliminated a contestant who’s been named by Reality Steve in “The Bachelorette” 2012 spoilers. Contestant Aaron Martell was sent home and will go back to his job teaching in Los Angeles. He’s a high school science teacher originally from Novia Scotia.

Cast and crew should be filming around episode 3 or 4 at this point in the game on the show. Reality Steve blogged last week that after two weeks of taping in Charlotte, North Carolina, Emily and her remaining men flew to Bermuda. Maynard’s six-year-old daughter, Ricki, is also there to be closer to her mother.

In other “Bachelorette” 2012 spoilers, everyone is staying at Bermuda’s Rosewood Tucker’s Point Resort, which overlooks the ocean. On Monday night Emily was on another date with one of the contestants in Saint George.

“Bachelor” producer Mike Fleiss has never been so excited about a “Bachelorette” season. Everyday he tweets about his anticipation for the upcoming season that begins May 14th. He wrote in a message last week that Emily Maynard’s season is everything fans have been wishing for and it will be nothing like Ben Flajnik’s season of “The Bachelor.” To a lot of fans that comes as a welcome relief. His romance with Courtney Robertson didn’t please fans and she wasn’t likable. In the end a good romance with a popular contestant helps everything. Ashley Hebert’s season of “The Bachelorette” wasn’t a great season, either. Viewers watched an unsuspecting Ashley be humiliated several times and the overall meaning of romance didn’t come through in 2011. In a sense “The Bachelor” franchise has two seasons to make up for. Show producers and the ABC network is pinning hopes on Emily’s stint as the 2012 lead. She was reportedly paid $250,000 to agree to be “The Bachelorette.” Will her season deliver what fans want and what the franchise needs?

 

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