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Brad Womack Is Back! Bachelor Joins True Blood Hottie Joe Manganiello At Las Vegas Party

Hey there, stranger! It’s good to finally have a Bigfoot Brad Womack sighting. We hadn’t seen or heard anything from the two-time Bachelor since his sad statement claiming full responsibility for the demise of his Season 15 engagement to Emily Maynard.

Emily has been busy hanging out with friends in Vegas, helping out at Bachelor events with fellow alumni, Twitter flirting with William Holman and Michelle Money’s brother, and supposedly dating a Carolina Panthers player named Jeremy Shockey.

We’ve read the rumors that Brad still calls Emily at all hours, but who knows if that’s true. All we know is Brad finally showed his still very fine self on the red carpet Thursday night for the “Howl-O-Ween” party hosted by True Blood hottie Joe Manganiello at The Palms Hotel and Casino’s Moon Nightclub in Las Vegas.

What was he doing there? Well, what happens in Vegas tends to stay there, but we can speculate. (It’s our favorite pastime!) Brad does have a strong connection to Vegas, beyond visiting the place on The Bachelor. Back in October 2010, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported the Titan Nightlife Group "has a new deal with the Womack brothers, including Brad Womack of 'The Bachelor,' to bring a concept from the Womacks' hometown of Austin, Texas, to Las Vegas."

It's possible Brad was just doing some Vegas schmoozing for work, since he seems to have thrown himself into his bar business post-breakup. Or maybe he's a big True Blood fan and wanted to meet "Alcide" in person to see if his six-pack is really better than his own. (Love you, Brad, but Joe definitely gets our final rose in the abs department!)

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10.28.2011 / 11:11 PM EDT by Gina Carbone
Related: The Bachelor, Gossip, The Bachelorette, Brad Womack

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