I want ZAk to come to her next week and propose. Just out of the blue. He loves her so much
That Brooks with "his gypsy eyes" is a real loser, he strikes my as the type who only wants what he can't get, I think he and Emily would be a perfect match.
I do not think that Desiree is Brooks' type. He does not seem smitten with her. I do not think that they are a good match. I hope that she chooses Chris! Good Luck to you Des, you deserve a man that truly loves you and the dream wedding and life you have been looking forward to!
I disagree Teresa, they finish each others sentences, and the way he looks at her, and talks about her, and especially how he is when he is with her, all spells love.
According to the latest video I just saw, it's actually Drew who destroys Des. He's not in love with her, & she tells him he was The Only reason she was there. He tells her it will never work. I'm going to be sick, as all this time I thought it was Brooks that she loved. Now I wonder if they all go home in the final episode & no one is engaged. That would mean, Steve was totally wrong this time. If this happens I'm going to be so upset. Wow I really was fooled.
My gut feeling is that Brooks and Desiree could have made it and I still hope they do. They obviously had/have strong feelings for each other all along, but, due to the limited time they had to really get to know each other well, it gets complicated...especially when, for the show, she has to "date" the other guys. I hope somehow they will still end up together because I believe their love for each other is real! Of course I realize that the end of the show, she has to pick "someone."
I agree with you Karen. I hope she is with Brooks in the end. Can't wait for tonight's episode.
I agree with you guys! I still really like Brooks and Des. Even if he broke her heart. He had too, and it disturbs me how people who loved him now hate him because he did the right thing for her sake. I think he really does love her, and just hasn't had enough time.
Tomorrow night! I can't wait! This has been driving me crazy wondering who walked out on Des. Whoever did, is stupid.
Please don't have someone from a previous show be on the next show. That routine is so boring. All the people in the world can't you find some new ones. Or do all the mature people refuse to be on such a dumb show.
I disagree, I want Zak to be the Bachelor. He needs to find someone. And he's so sweet.
How about going to the Island of Guam. It is a us territory and has military man and women. It is beautiful there, alot of us were there over the years and would love to see the Bachlor or Baclorette stop there.
This was one of those Bachelorette seasons that should have been cancelled about three weeks after it started, with everyone going home alone. I didn't care for Sean Lowe as the Bachelor. But giving the devil his due, Desiree's brother was not the only reason Sean sent Des home. There's just something about her that isn't right, and it's hard to put a finger on it. It may well be that Brooks picked up on the same idiosyncrasies Sean did, which would explain both their reluctance to make a commitment.
Desiree utterly failed to heed her own advice; RE: Don't get desperate. She fell for the first man she laid eyes on (Brooks) and the season was essentially over before it even got started. It seems to be universally agreed that by the time everyone got on the plane for Europe, she was already fully committed and addicted to Brooks. The entire European trip was a waste of time and money. By the time the trip began every man there was merely biding time, waiting to be kicked to the curb by Desiree.
And truth be told, probably several of the men knew it. Certainly Bryden had seen the writing on the wall. He was liked and respected by the other men; and he was openly discussing his feelings at least a week before the overseas trip got off the ground. And this surely caused the others to have second thoughts. And when Bryden demonstrated the strength of his feelings by having the stones to make a decision and to take action on his (accurate) assessment of the situation ... and go home ... it most certainly had an effect on the remaining men.
One can only wonder if he was the first man to ever voluntarily call it off with a Bachelorette? I've seen women quit and leave the Bachelor, but never a man. Whether he was or wasn't the first man to voluntarily quit the show ... kudos to him for being man enough to do it!
Further, a strong case can be made that Desiree is at least emotionally unstable; and thus un-trustworthy. She spent half the time exchanging bodily fluids with multiple men (while at the same time being quietly fully committed to one man) and the other half of her time sobbing, whining, and rapping that a number of the men were not there for what she considered "the Right Reasons." Talk about hypocrisy!
Nobody will ever argue that Des is not a basically good person. She's got all the qualities to be a great girlfriend or sweetheart, and maybe also a "best bud"; a tagalong pal; a playmate ... but a wife and mother ?????????? Putting it all together, Desiree can be described with just two words ... childishly immature. She's 27 going on sixteen. She's in love with the idea of being in love ... not with a flesh-and-blood man, Brooks Forester. She is not ready for real domestic life. And it's seasons like this one that really make questionable my continued viewer interest. In fact, I'm just not inclined to watch another episode where a recycled contestant from a previous season is the Lead.
Brooks will not do an overnighter(sexual encounter) with Dez. He has strong Chritian values and according to his mormon faith......it is not okay to be sexually intimate before marriage.
Melani, Brooks has not had a celibate life. He has had many relationships in the past, & yes they were sexual, including when he cheated on his girl friend with a cougar.
You are posting as a guest. To post as a user, please
Submissions? Questions? Looking to advertise?
© 2013 The Hollywood Gossip - Celebrity Gossip and Entertainment News