ST LOUIS (LALATE) – RealitySteve has already revealed who wins the Bachelorette 2013. But RealitySteve’s Bachelorette spoilers 2013 don’t answer what happens tonight in Antigua. Why is Dez crying in the previews for tonight, what happens in Antigua, and is anyone sent home in this evening’s telecast? RealitySteve says that he doesn’t know what happens in Antigua for tonight’s Bachelorette telecast of July 29, 2013.
Steve still assures fans that he does know, however, who wins the Bachelorette 2013. Despite whatever happens tonight in Antigua, the winner is still set. When is the Bachelorette finale and final rose? That will be next week. During that last telecast, Brooks Forester will be revealed as The Bachelorette 2013 winner. But what happens tonight in Antigua? Steve says he just doesn’t know.
In advance of tonight’s telecast, Steve had no further update to his Bachelorette spoilers. “I have no details of what goes down in Antigua.” He adds “If I knew, I’d tell you. All I know is the final result and I’ve said that for weeks on end.”
As new details about final possible twists were leaked online this week, Steve decided not to update his Bachelorette spoilers. He said that final rose is what matters most. And he is sticking with Brooks for the Bachelorette 2013 win. “I’ve stated time and time again in the last month I do not know any details of what goes down in Antigua. Never claimed to. I’ve just stuck by the information I’ve been told”.
And yet RealitySteve tells news that there isn’t much clarity in Bachelorette spoilers to solve the questions posed by viewers this week. “So please, if you can refrain from asking, ‘Hey why is Des crying in the previews for next week? Do you know what happens?’ that’d be much appreciated. Your answer is ‘I don’t know.’ If I did, I’d tell you.”
Every season of the Bachelor and Bachelorette, there is always a twist toward the end. Last season, it was the letter written to Sean. Fans were asking RealitySteve at the time “who wrote the letter to Sean in the finale”. Steve anticipated that it was Catherine.
This time along he has no revelation about the Des crying. “With that said, even though I’ve stated for the last 3 weeks in this column I don’t know the details of what happens in Antigua, that will be the #1 question I still get asked in email and on Twitter.” He added “Mark it down. We must really [be bad] as a nation for our reading comprehension skills.”
And yet, Steve assures fans not to get twisted by tonight’s telecast. He calls the stories hitting newsstands this week a “jumbled mess” mixed with “rumors, innuendo, and speculation”. He calls them false rumors led to deceive viewers. But he says that happens every season. “Gotta love it. At this point, nothing I say is gonna convince anyone of anything since I have no details of what goes down in Antigua”.