'Bachelorette' star Ali Fedotowsky gets engaged on finale

Ali Fedotowsky appears in the upcoming issue of Us Magazine, where it is revealed that she got engaged on the show's finale.

Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky is apparently not a Bachelorette for long. Rumor is that Ali gets engaged on the show's finale. "Despite recent suggestions that she's still single, the 25-year-old reality star gets engaged on the finale of the Bachelorette.." More here.

13 comments:

nanax5 said...

ally is dating Jake and he will propose...she doesn't like any of the guys she is leading on, it is a set-up!

Anonymous said...

Why don't they get us 50 year olds on a show like this that have been divorced, have kids and can't find anyone that won't take advantage of you or cheat on you behind your back. I'd be ready to do that but you have to be a size 2 to be on the show. Wish they'd have something for real people like me!

girlygirlingvil said...

Hey, I'm a fifty-something, size four. I have taken care of myself, some people think I'm in my thirties/forties. I would love to do a show for us fifty-somethings. What about us ABC?

Anonymous said...

This is getting to be a lie reality show now. How can you have a ex-boyfriend on the show fighting for Ali, knowing she will pick him . Is this being honest with the other guys who came on the show to find love. This is my last time watching along with about 20 of my friends who get together and watch it. This isn't reality this is a JOKE!!!!!! Get real

Anonymous said...

You can make that 21 - do not know u but this show is really a joke.

Anonymous said...

A joke yes, I agree totally!!! There is far too much pre-arranged nonsense being shown, and prospective suitors not being checked out and some even being paid to interfere with and add mystery to the show. The producers running the show are simply just looking for ratings!! IT IS FAR FROM BEING A REALITY SHOW!!! Get Real!!! From CANADA

Anonymous said...

Interesting that there are always cameras present following all the supposed reality drama that occurs, always at precisely the right time. Wouldn't you think some of these moments those involved would want it to be private and personal and not on camera? It is beginning to seem too staged for me. How can these men truly act as if they are falling in love, only to confess they are in love with someone else back home? Are they trying to become actors or really looking for love? I think ABC needs to be more careful this does not turn into a scripted "reality" sitcom/drama show instead of what it's supposed to be.

nancy said...

I totally agree with you.. I've known it all along.. I mean, think about it..
What are the chances that Jake and Vienna break up?
Like duh... Ali is the one whos cheating on all the guys.. Poor guys, I feel sorry for you all..
Oh and hey, a word to the rest of the guys on the show.. Next time Ali offers you a rose, PLEASE SAY NO!! She's just using you guys to make money, and to be be famous and she's using you all as a rebound from Jake.
She's still so madly in love with Jake.
And of course, she's gonna pick Jake at the end, and their marriage is not gonna last as usual.

nancy said...

I find it hilarious when Ali 'lets guys go' at the end of the show..
I laugh so hard when she tries to give them the puppy eyes / crocodile tears..
HAHA.. So funny

Anonymous said...

Why are people taking this stuff so seriously? Are we forgetting that this is "entertainment?" Some guys are jerks (like Jake) and some not. In any event, whether Ali picks one of the guys (or not), I am sure she will be better off than if Jake the fake had picked her....

Anonymous said...

Everyone needs to get a life...this is not real and always has been about the entertainment. The best stuff about all these shows are the travel locations...I love to see where they go each week. It is conducive to the "falling in love" theme to be in all these great places doing all the great things. So I just enjoy the travel shots. When all the show folks get back to REAL reality they usually find out the "love" was just entertainment.

Anonymous said...

What if she picks the Ty she let go when she kept Frank, who stank, maybe he comes back and surprises us all....Look, she has no self -esteem with Roberto, yet gets the "falling in love" line from Roberto. Yet slow and steady wins the race. Maybe Chris is the one, although I would hate to be the one she chooses b/c her heart was into Frank..eewww. So will Roberto or Chris think. "Am I really #2, instead of really #1? Then get cold feet and don't propose. Then again, she ends up with both of them noticing her reaction to Frank leaving...that could be, acc to some, why she ends up alone. How could 2 sources be on so opposing sides. TG, Frank came clean or this would be a total disaster. I am 50/50 with the two left. If comes down to who does Ali love? This could be a nail bitter and probably the best final ever. She's got 2 great guys and has chemistry with both. FORGET FRANK and move on with the gems who are left!

Diva said...

I like the idea of a show with 50'ish women who struggle to find love too. Real women...not just size 2 but healthy with curves ;coping with hormone changes; kids all grown up and off on their own;can laugh and have fun just like the young ones. I'm a Canadian woman who loves a challenge and aches to find love in her feisty 50's. Diva is my nickname and hopeless romantic is my quest. Think hard ABC : )