Brad Womack's bachelorette rejects guess who 'The Bachelor' chose
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.
Ashley Hebert, who was the last eliminated contestant, said that she thinks Brad will chose Chantal, who is an executive assistant from Seattle.
"If I were to guess, I'd say Chantel because I love them together," Herbert told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "They're cute, they have this romance together. They have this real, every day kind of relationship. I would love to see them together."
Shawntell, who was eventually eliminated in the 8th rose ceremony due to her career as a funeral director, believed that Womack would end up with Emily, a children's hospital event planner from Charlotte, North Carolina.
"100 percent I think he's with Emily," Shawntell told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "I think I saw it at the mansion already, when we were all sitting there at a rose ceremony and he stepped her aside and had this basket of wine and cheese and we were all kinda like, 'What the heck? You wanna get married now?' So I think he's been in love with Emily for a long time, that's my bet!"
Michelle, who caught the most grief at the "Women Tell All," was also betting on Emily.
"Emily," Michelle said definitively. "I think I'm the only one of all the girls who thinks it's Emily...it's totally Emily."
In the last episode, Womack told Emily that he was falling in love with her after they rode an elephant together and the single mother said that if they went to the Fantasy Suite together that they should "just talk" because she wanted to set a good example for her daughter.
Brad Womack also talked to OnTheRedCarpet.com after "Women Tell All" episode and said 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.
"I'm starting to wonder if there is a relationship, I haven't seen her in so long," Womack told OnTheRedCarpet.com.
He also said that he "couldn't be happier" right now and says he thinks the finale is the most romantic one he's ever seen, being a fan of the show himself.
Womack, a bar owner from Texas, stirred controversy in 2007 after he rejected both finalists, Jenni Croft and DeAnna Pappas on the season 11 finale.
"The Bachelor" finale airs on Monday, March 14 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Who do you think will win? Vote in our poll!