The ink is as good as dry! Sean Lowe’s rejectee is reportedly ‘close’ to signing a deal with ABC bosses to be the next ‘Bachelorette’. Is she the right choice?
Sean Lowe openly admitted that he regretted eliminating Desiree Hartsock from The Bachelor, but she sure ain’t sad that she got the shove, because soon she will be starring on her own season of The Bachelorette! That’s right, Des will be appearing on our screens come May. 20! First we reported that they were four women in the running, then we revealed that the playing field was reduced to two, and now it is clear that Des is the winner!
Desiree Hartsock: The Next Bachelorette?
It looks like Des, 26, has won the race between the other three contestants! Lindsay Yenter, Lesley Murphy and AshLee Frazier were also in the running, but each have been knocked out of the race by the Californian sweetheart. Hunger Games style!
HollywoodLife.com previously reported that Lindsay was a shoo in for the part, but for some unknown reason she was dropped, while Lesley is out because she was not as prominent as the others. It came down to just Desiree and AshLee, and Des has reigned victorious according to E! News, because she is “close” to inking a deal.
An ABC spokesperson EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife.com on Feb. 26 that “No one has been picked yet.” Considering the show will begin filming in mid-March, ABC obviously had to make that decision fast!
I am so happy that Desiree is going to be the Bachelorette! I loved her reaction when Sean eliminated her, because she was so honest and emotional. I admired her gall to tell him that he made a mistake. On the other hand, I hated AshLee’s reaction when she got eliminated because she was so mean and cold.
Woohoo to Desiree!
What do YOU think HollywoodLifers? Do you think Desiree should be the Bachelorette?
— Eleanore Hutch
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