Desiree Hartsock on The Bachelorette: I Want to Go Home!

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Desiree Hartsock was so jaded by the James Case saga that she wanted to leave The Bachelorette. But does she really end up with no one, as reported?

The Bachelorette spoilers shed light on that, but regardless of how accurate those are, Desiree took it hard when James' shadiness was exposed.

James Case and Desiree Hartsock

As a girl who made a terrible rap video about the "right reasons" for being on the show, The Bachelorette star found it to be a tough pill to swallow.

After James allegedly implied to his co-stars that he saw his "journey" as a stepping stone to becoming The Bachelor next January, Des was hurt.

This followed Bryden Vukasin abruptly leaving after flying all the way to Germany, and Des learning that Ben Scott totes had ulterior motives too.

Reports even suggest she almost abandoned the show after this, or that it contributed to her picking no one, depending on what or who you believe.

"There were several moments where she said 'I want to go home,'" a show insider revealed of Des' mindset. "She thought 'What else is going to happen?'"

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According to the source, Desiree went so far as to have "multiple conversations with producers about going home. There were a lot of tears behind the scenes."

"It got very emotional and real. This was not an easy process. What you didn’t seen on camera was how much she really struggled with letting James go."

The insider tells Hollywood Life that "James completely sabotaged himself, but Desiree was very discouraged ... she wondered if anyone was there for her."

Who is there for Des? And does it work out in the end?

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the show almost took on a survivor type mentality. making alliances and such only to out smart the competition for the next bachelor. it was a hidden competition between the men for the next bachelor is how saw it. not right away but after 3-4 episodes. wonder if bryden will be the next bachelor. drew i thought was holding back but i question his sincerity. its like he stings you all a sudden.

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Nobody will ever argue that Desiree is not a nice person, because she is good people. She has personality, sense of humor, empathy. She's feminine, affectionate, and attentive. Des would make a great girlfriend, or even a good sweetheart. And because she's athletic, outdoorsy, and somewhat Tomboyish, she even has the makings to be a "Best Bud." But a wife and mother? I'm sorry, I just don't see it. Being a wife and mother requires a level of maturity that is head and shoulders above anything Des has demonstrated. She is 27 going on 16. She is not ready to settle down, sink roots, stay home, start a family, and start taking life seriously. She still wants adventure and excitement. She wants to travel the world and write books. She wants to play all day and cuddle all night. In sum, she wants to live a fairy tale. And that is just not what life is really all about. She needs to get both feet solidly down on the ground and her head out of the clouds.

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I know the feeling: SICK & TIRED OF THOSE HOLLYWOOD F*GGOTS!!

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I think Desiree is a real person and half of the bachelors either had girlfriends, untruthful as to their agenda or some other business such as not being there for whoever the bachelorette is. If the bachelors that are casted do not have a connection with the bachelorette, then they should promptly leave. This would take honesty however and that is something not many people have.

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I think Desiree had great chemistry with some of the men she has sent home. I think she should call some of them back and do a do over with them. I'm bad at names but the one that brought his son on the first day to me had the best chemistry with her. To me they had that desire that she enjoyed and id love to see her give him another chance. He was more mature than some of the men and they didn't like him because they were intimidated but he truly cared for her.

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