Bachelorette 2013 Desiree got dumped by Brooks Forester in episode 10 tonight. Tonight’s episode kicked off with Desiree and Drew’s 1 on1 date in Antigua. They hit up the town and appeared to have a great time. Then they had a little picnic and chatted it up about how they feel about each other and what not. To conclude, they capped things off with a romantic overnight date in the fantasy suite. They kissed passionately at one point, and everything just seemed to go really great.
Next, they showed a lot of footage with Brooks talking to his family about Des. Then Des met up with Chris for their 1 on1 date. They ended up having a picnic on the beach,and kissing it up in the sand after talking for a bit. They definitely had a great time in that part of their date. During their night date, things got even better after they chatted about their possible future together and what they would give up to make that happen. The date culminated with another romantic fantasy suite conclusion where lots of kissing action took place.
Next, Brooks revealed to host Chris Harrison that he was having doubts about Des. This conversation went on for about 15 minutes or so before Brooks just totally broke Des’ heart with the bad news. This was extreme too, because Des revealed that Brooks was the one she wanted to ultimately end up with.
They kept crying and sobbing for what felt like an eternity. Des told Brooks, she loved him and that he broke her heart. Brooks said, he cared for her,but that was about it. Shortly after that, Brooks left after watching Des run off to go cry by herself, awww. He also cried too before hopping in the exit limo. The big finale is supposed to go down next week.
Reality Steve still stands by his claims that Des is engaged to Brooks. So, either he comes back after a change of heart, or somebody needs to check their facts. One thing’s for sure, we’re going to find out what the F just happened in next week’s big finale episode. Stay tuned. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.