In this installment of The Bachelorette Week In Review, it seems that most of the ladies (and one gentleman) have one thing in common: an obsession with Twitter! All but one of the bachelorettes took to their Twitter accounts this week to post some awesome pictures, and even though our fave host Chris Harrison didn't use his social media to make our list, we're pretty sure you're still going to be very happy with what he announced. Before you find out who Desiree eliminates tonight, check out the stories that you're going to want to be caught up on!
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When you think of The Bachelorette you almost automatically also think of Chris Harrison. Think about it; without his dramatic voice overs and rose ceremony management, there would be no Bachelorette as we know it. In addition to being the face of roses and champagne toasts, Chris recently announced that he will add a wine line to his resume. Interesting-yet-delicious choice, if you ask us!
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Emily Maynard admitted to InStyle that seeing Desiree Hartsock in a bikini hurts her ego (Editor's Note: Um, us too, girl). She told the mag if she had Des' body she'd wear a two piece at all times and although she wants to "find the tie dye bathing suit she was wearing," she'll pass on the "ego blow" that'll come after comparing how they both look in it. Listen, Emily, we've seen you in a bikini and you have nothing to worry about!
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In other Desiree news, while on Katie discussing this season of the show, she was asked about Ben Scott, the bad boy of the bunch. But apparently Ben didn't have much of an influence on Des, because she, get this, forgot his name! She said, "I guess there were some things that were red flags with, um, what's his name, Ben?" LOL!
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Just before Father's Day, Jason Mesnick posted a pic of baby Riley reacting to the news of the Kimye baby on Twitter. While our reaction to the baby was a little more like this, Riley definitely looks excited to have a new potential playdate mate. Hear that, Molly Mesnick? Get on it!
Check out Riley's reaction to the big news of the day... That is Kim Kardashian being a mom. pic.twitter.com/XIqjAYiKRu
— Jason Mesnick (@jason_mesnick) June 15, 2013
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Ali Fedotowsky also took to her Twitter to post a pic of her and some friends at Disneyland this week. It just so happens that some of her friends are Amy Davidson and Kaley Cuoco...but it's no big deal or anything. Ugh, how can we get an invite next time?
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Are you sick of hearing about Twitter yet? Sorry, we have one more for ya—Melissa Rycroft posted a #TBT picture of her as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader making us, once again, insanely jealous that she looks like that. To be honest, we completely forgot that Melissa once wore those infamous white shorts, so seeing this pic legit made our day.
Happy #TBT!!! This feels like foreverrrrrrr ago....!!! pic.twitter.com/tWQf64jJW1
— Melissa Rycroft (@MelissaRycroft) June 13, 2013
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Which bachelorette do you think is having the best week? Who is your current favorite on this season of the show? Tweet us and let us know @OKMagazine!
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