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Who Won 'The Bachelorette' 2013? Desiree Chooses...

Who Won 'The Bachelorette' 2013? Desiree Chooses...


After an eventful season of The Bachelorette, it finally became time for Desiree Hartsock to choose who she wants to spend the rest of her life with!

The final three contestants were Chris Siegfried, Drew Kenney and Brooks Forester. During one of their last dates though, Brooks told Desiree that he didn’t love her and that he was leaving the competition.

Many have speculated that Brooks would make a return to the show before the final rose ceremony to win back Des‘ heart after breaking it by leaving.

Click inside to find out what happened on the Bachelorette finale…

During her final date with Drew, Desiree told him that she didn’t fully love him and she didn’t want to string him along all the way to the final rose ceremony. Without knowing that he was the final contestant standing, Chris had a great final date and then was taken to meet Desiree‘s family, where he got approval from her father to ask for her hand in marriage.

So who ultimately proposed to Desiree?


During this season, singer-songwriter Matt White sang his original song “Love & Affection” during a date night. Check out the performance below and buy the song and his name album Shirley on iTunes now!

Matt White – “Love & Affection”
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