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‘The Bachelorette’ 2013 Spoilers: Desiree Does Not Pick Brooks, According to Her Brother

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For months “The Bachelorette” 2013 spoilers by Reality Steve have indicated Desiree Hartsock picks Brooks Forester. In an interesting development that just emerged, Desiree’s brother — Nate Hartsock — recently had a private Twitter discussion with one of his followers. He claims Reality Steve has been wrong all along about Desiree picking Brooks in the finale episode set to air Aug. 5.

This is what Nate wrote in his direct message:

“I cannot tell you who wins, but Reality Steve is wrong.”

Here’s what Reality Steve posted on his blog July 23 for “The Bachelorette” 2013 recap:

“Hmmmmm, so Desiree’s brother, a guy who appeared on the show not only to talk to her in LA, but we’ll be seeing in Antigua as well, is saying that the spoiler is wrong? Interesting. I’ll say this in return: Despite what Nate Hartsock is telling people privately on Twitter, I stand behind my sources. From everything I have seen and gathered over the last 3 months regarding the outcome of this show, I am confident enough to say that Desiree ends up engaged to Brooks, and that’s what we’ll see come Aug. 5th. How she gets to that point is the mystery that I’m unaware of as of now, but I’m confident enough in saying that is the end result. Nate Hartsock is saying I’m wrong. I guess we’ll see once the finale airs.”

Reality Steve still insists Brooks Forester is the man Desiree picks in the end. He stands solidly behind his sources and maintains that he will be the first to admit his mistake if he’s wrong during the finale episode.

Who do you think Desiree Hartsock will pick at the end of “The Bachelorette” 2013?

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