Although Desiree Hartsock didn't seal the deal with Sean Lowe, and cried about his decision to let her go during "The Bachelor" hometown dates, this Southern California-based beauty is said to be the next "Bachelorette." The report from one source on March 11 may be a surprise to many who assume that Lindsay Yenter was the person picked for this TV gig. After all, the girl from Missouri allegedly took second place to "The Bachelor" alleged winner Catherine Giudice.
This may be a bit confusing if you haven't been part of Bachelor Nation this year, following the every move of all who are involved in the franchise in 2013. But suffice to say that many in the know, including Reality Steve, have predicted who will win Sean Lowe's heart on "The Bachelor." These same pundits and others have been able to predict who will win the right to be on "The Bachelorette" as well.
So why didn't Lindsay Yenter take the prize of being the person to appear on ABC to pick from among a dozen or so gorgeous guys in order to find her husband?
Apparently, Yenter was the frontrunner to get this job but she was not a shoe-in back in November of 2012. She didn't seem to be the right fit for the TV gig at first, but slowly grew into the knack of being a knock-out on the small screen. However, at that time, Emily Maynard was also a possibility as a return "Bachelorette" since she and Jef Holm didn't make it to the altar.
In addition, Lindsay Yenter was caught in front of the camera in another way. Allegedly, she was captured in nude photos that are said to have been shopped around, according to several sources. But that is neither here nor there.
Enter Desiree Hartsock, a heart-warming person near and dear to a lot of the audience involved in Bachelor Nation. She soon became a favorite character because of her real emotions and her fun-loving ways. She also was a desirable person due to the fact that she has a controversial brother who is not afraid to tell anyone off, including his sister's possible husband, Sean Lowe.
In other words, Desiree Hartsock's brother makes for good television.
And so, as Des prevails while Lindsay Yenter does not, allegedly "The Bachelorette" gig goes to Hartsock. Tune in tonight to "The Bachelor" to find out if this spoiler that's been around for a while is, indeed, true.