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Emily Maynard, who won the previous 15th season of the ABC dating reality show "The Bachelor," is reportedly in talks to become the next star of its spinoff, "The Bachelorette."
ABC declined to comment on the report, which was published by Us Weekly magazine.
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Emily Maynard says she and Brad Womack, who proposed to her on the finale of the previous 15th season of the ABC dating reality show "The Bachelor," are no longer engaged, more than a month after it was reported the two had broken up.
"The demise of our relationship was completely my fault," Womack, 38, said in a statement to People magazine, which features Maynard, 25, on its latest cover.
Brad Womack and Emily Maynard, who got engaged during the finale of last season's "The Bachelor," broke up and the Maynard has returned the engagement ring, according to Us Weekly.
The 25-year-old single mom was spotted in her hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina without the Neil Lane engagement ring that Womack put on her finger during the show's finale. Rumors of a break-up started back in March after the couple admit that they'd had a "bumpy couple months."
"The Bachelor" has been renewed for a 16th season, which will air in early 2012, an ABC spokesperson said on Monday, March 14, hours before the finale of the current installment of the hit dating reality show.
On the episode, which airs at 8 p.m. ET, viewers will see Brad Womack having to choose between finalists Emily Maynard and Chantal O'Brien. (See spoilers below)
Brad Womack is down to his final two women on season 15 of "The Bachelor" and OnTheRedCarpet.com asked the former contestants who they think he chose after "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All" special on March 7.
The final two women, Emily Maynard and Chantal O'Brien will join Womack in Cape Town, South Africa for the finale, but in the meantime, Shawntell, Ashley H. and Michelle weigh in on who they think Brad ended up with.
Brad Womack is down to two women for "The Bachelor" finale on March 14th, Emily Maynard and Chantal O'Brien, but tonight is "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All" special, where the bachelorettes get to talk about what went down this season.
Womack caught up with OnTheRedCarpet.com about how he is "probably still" a bit of a jerk and admit that it's been so long since he's seen the woman he chose in the finale, that he's not even sure if there's still a relationship.
"The Bachelor" season 15 is nearing an end, with Brad Womack eliminating Ashley Hebert in Monday night's episode.
In the next-to-last episode, Womack flew Ashley Hebert, Emily Maynard and Chantal O'Brien to South Africa for three individual dates and (for the first time in "Bachelor" history) nights in the Fantasy Suite.
Brad Womack, who returned to "The Bachelor" this season after famously not choosing either woman in the 11th season finale of the show, proved that he has a sense of humor on "The Soup" this week.
"The Soup" host Joel McHale accepted Womack's apology for pretend punching him in the face, pretend murdering his cat and pretend inventing the E! Entertainment television show, "Bridalplasty."
Brad Womack, 38, is back on season 15 of "The Bachelor" after famously being the first bachelor in the show's history to reject all of the 25 bachelorettes in season 11. The season opens with the mostly topless Womack insisting that he has changed after three years of therapy to deal with issues, including commitment phobia.
"My biggest fear is that these women are simply not going to believe that I'm a new man," Womack admits to the camera. And the bachelor is rightfully fearful that the 30 new contestants will be skeptical. Iin the premiere, he's forced to answer for his sins, not only to the new women but also to Jenni Croft and DeAnna Pappas, the two finalists from season 11, who returned to give Womack a piece of their minds. After the jump get ready for a few spoilers!