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It is time for us all to decide who we are, do we fight for the right to unite over Desiree Hartsock’s winner? Had you been there in Antigua, you might also have known how her world may be changed in just one “Will you accept this rose?” And what we thought was right may be wrong, and what we’ve been told is wrong, may be right.

All Les Miserables sing-alongs aside (five points toward awesomeness if you knew that’s what we were ripping off), Des has some tough decisions left to make when she heads to Antigua with Brooks Forester, Chris Siegfried, and Drew Kenney for the Season 9 Overnight Dates.

Will she continue to carry a burst of light (sorry, last LM reference) for Brooks when the two head out on a warmer climate date? From what we’ve heard and seen, Des is all in. But is Brooks?

How about Drew, who declared his love for Des in front of his mom, his family, and the little birds we’re pretty sure dress him every morning. Will Des be able to imagine a life with someone so beautiful on the inside and out?

But let’s not forget Chris, who made Desiree do athletic things during Hometowns before having his dad toss her on a table and crack her back. Des and Chris have had a great connection since the beginning, and we have a feeling it may continue.

 

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So, who goes home? According to Reality Steve, it’s Drew who will peace out of paradise in favor of drier, sadder Scottsdale.

It seems hard to believe that someone who seems so sweet and perfect for Des could get booted Rose Ceremoniously so soon after they had such an emotional and amazing Hometown Date together. Could it be that Brooks is the one going home? There’s something about the promo that makes us think he could walk and someone else may win by default... What do you think?

Source: Reality Steve


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