This post is all over the place. I couldn't seem to get my thoughts organized after the emotional roller coaster that was the season finale.
First things first.
Brad's twin brother is a good 3 times better looking than Brad.
I had tears rolling down my face during the proposal.
These tears turned to ugly crying when Train's "Marry Me" played. A sweet song gets me every time.
(TG yelled from the other room: Are you crying?
Me: *clinching paper towel in one hand*: No, don't be silly. )
For about ten minutes, I thought maybe they were really in love and maybe it would really work out for them.
I pulled it together.
Then watching Chantal cry on the After the Final Rose broke my heart.
Sidenote: Emily's ring is absolutely beautiful. I thought her hair looked so pretty on ATFR.
Kudos to Emily for being so real. She wasn't making false promises. She acknowledged that they have been living in a fantasy world and now she wants to see if they work in real life.
I, too, would have a hard time believing that I was "the one" for Brad after seeing him make-out/fantasy suite it and say all the same things that he said to me to other women.
Apparently Brad needs to continue his "intensive therapy" since Emily says he has a bad temper and they have "knock-down-drag-outs" via telephone.
I've read on several blogs that Little Ricki's paternal grandparents are a huge part of why Emily won't move to Austin. Apparently they have millions and will do whatever it takes to make Emily stay near Charlotte.
Honestly, I would be really surprised if it works out between these two.
Ashley Hebert is the new Bachelorette. I was kind of surprised by this. Usually if they use someone from a previous season, it's someone that has a big fan base. I didn't feel like that many people were rooting for her...but maybe I'm wrong.
Ali and Roberto remain my favorite Bachelor/Bachelorette Couple. Ali really is adorable.
What did you think of last night's finale?