It appears that Bachelorette producers knew what they were doing when they extended the finale into two weeks. After a surprise exit last night, in Antigua, during the Fantasy Suite week, all bets are off.
Desiree Hartsock, this year's Bachelorette, had narrowed the field to three suitors, Drew Kenney, Chris Siegfreid and Brooks Forester. The show progressed normally, audiences got to see Des on two dates with Drew and Chris, both of which ended in the Fantasy Suite, but when it came to the date with Brooks things turned sour. Instead of the date, viewers saw an extended scene of Brooks in his hometown from last week. In it, he confessed to his family,"I love my relationship with Desiree and I keep wondering why it is that I'm not at the stage yet to say to Desiree, 'I love you'... The idea of proposing to her at the end of this makes me really uncomfortable." Later in Antigua, Brooks meets Des on the dock where her excitement turns into anguish when he confesses everything and leaves the show.
But it doesn't stop there. In a surprise first, Desiree confesses to Brooks that she loves him and cannot love either Chris or Drew in the same way, finally saying, "Honestly, for me it's over."
How do you think this season is going to end? Will Des find the man of her dreams?
Former 'Cosby Show' star, Disney ingenue and current Broadway hit, Raven Symone tweeted this ambiguous message Friday. Was it belated message about the Supreme Court's ruling over DOMA? She later released a statement clarifying the blast, "I am very happy that gay marriage is opening up around the country and is being accepted . . . I, however am not currently getting married, but it is great to know I can now, should I wish to."
So, now Raven Symone is out of the closet. In response to questions about her love life, we'll refer you to what she said last summer said , "I'm not one for a public display of my life". Classy, That's so Raven.
Both Teresa and her husband said nothing when they appeared in court on Thursday. They chose instead to let their lawyers speak for them, as they plead 'not guilty' to a litany of fraud charges that could put them away for years.
The judge set the trail date, for the 39 indictments for October 8, 2013, though that is expected to be pushed back. The two are charged with "conspiring to fraudulently obtain millions of dollars in mortgages and other loans that apparently helped finance a lavish lifestyle, while hiding significant assets and income during a two-year bankruptcy proceeding."