Brad Womack Rejects Both DeAnna Pappas, Jenni Croft

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For Jenni Croft, it was not meant to be.

For DeAnna Pappas, it was not meant to be, either.

Brad Womack threw viewers a curveball last night as The Bachelor star did not give a final rose to either of his remaining ladies - Jenni Croft or DeAnna Pappas - during the season finale. His decision left both in tears.

"The fact that he didn't pick either one of us is harder to deal with," said DeAnna Pappas, a 25-year-old realtor and bartender from Neunan, Ga., who was rejected after Brad Womack had sent Jenni Croft packing.

"This is one of the worst feelings in the world... telling someone how you feel about them and they kind of just reject your feelings," Jenni Croft, a 27-year-old Phoenix Suns cheerleader hailing from Wichita, Ks., said. "[That's] the reason why it's so hard for me to tell people how I feel."

Brad Womack Sits Alone

Brad Womack sits alone with the final rose, having chosen to dole it out.

After both girls had gone and met Brad Womack's family, Jenni Croft and DeAnna Pappas each had one more chance to impress Brad during a final set of solo dates. Then it was time for the big showdown ... who would it be?

Neither. Brad Womack said that he could see both DeAnna Pappas (left) and Jenni Croft (right) being his wife and found himself in quite a quandary. In the end, he found a unique and historic way out of this jam.

ABC will air a special The Bachelor: After the Final Rose episode in which Brad will explain his move and Jenni Croft and DeAnna Pappas get a shot at some additional answers from Mr. Womack on Tuesday, November 20. Should be hot.

Hopefully Brad Womack gets his ass beaten with a sock full of quarters by both of these vengeful ladies. Now that would be a surprise twist.

Take a look at how last night unfolded, from the family visits to the final rose ceremony, read our comprehensive episode guide to The Bachelor ...


This guy was playing head games along. Think about it, he was constantly having his twin brother come in as him. He wasn't in it for finding true love, but for himself and his business. I guarntee that his business will not suffer for this. People will come in just to see the jerk. He is truly a little boy that needs to grow up!!!!!!


WOW...I didn't see that coming. Does he only believe in love at first sight? Of course it's difficult to fall in love with just one girl when several are vying for his affection. Why wouldn't he continue to date one of the girls to see if he fell in love with her, while only dating (and thinking about) her? I really question if he only went on the show for publicity for his bars. Good advertisement. I can already imagine how many girls will be throwing themselves at him; congratulating him for taking the high road. Oh, it's so pathetic.


I think the guy is either screwed up or he is lying and is hooking up with the ex-girlfriend as some have suggested. Maybe the ring he bought was for the ex?


What a player! Wow. I'm in the mental health field and I have to say that he had me fooled. I thought he was kind of a goober (had to mute the TV sometimes when he was talking), but I did not have him pegged as a player. It was brilliant. He should go into acting. I definitely picture him cracking up and laughing his head off now that this is over. He played everyone. Unfortunately, his reputation may never recover. His bar might get better business -- obviously, he was using this show as a big ad for his bar -- but the quality of the women that are going to be attracted to him just went way, way down.


was the ring thing necessary? abc i'm not sure where ur going from here. why not ask deanna back as the new bachelorette. trista did well. she would do well.


I hope abc has a some help out there for Brad because he has to be a sick man. It has nothing to do with him not feeling love,he just has a problem. He had those girls pour out their hearts and he knew he was n't feeling them. Steve Harvey is so right men can never see it like us women. Do not play with our emotions like this!. where he got the nerve to play them this way. There is no perfect world out there. He could of just decide to date one of them in the real world. Bottom line from watching the show you saw he was lacking class. I have no more time to waste on him. Deanna deserve to be your next bachelette thers goes an idea.


and btw, for anyone who has ever been the dumper, you know it is just as difficult, if not more so to look someone in the eye and break their heart, Brad did not get off scot-free here, he is hurting also, he has to, he's human.


I think everyone needs to just lay off of Brad. He had enough respect for these girls to not pretend to feel something he didn't just because he was on television. He followed his heart and that is never wrong.


OMG! You guys suck! Brad was a great guy! He was honest and nice and probably one of the best bachelors! Yall stop getting all over him. Yall don't know what he had to go through. Yall weren't in his place. So until yall know how that feels shut the heck up and just don't say anything.


How ridiculous to believe a person could do anything but act on tv. There are no surprises left in Hollywood. Only drama. Would anyone you know want to be on camera with amateur acting skills be able to concentrate on findiing a lasting partner while ,play "the "you're honestly not for me because the one moment in time we had together was not perfect,so therefore I cannot marry you"! I might sound synical but I think it rings through. If the guy would date them all again for 3 months and I would imagine the results could be the same. TV is not always believable,so we all have to get over it and enjoy what is real in our lives!!!!!

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