Jillian Harris has remained tight-lipped when it comes to the results of The Bachelorette
, but she's hinting that there will be a very happy ending. Still, that's not to say that the Canadian beauty will end up getting engaged.
In a media conference
yesterday, Jillian answered as much as she could without of course spilling any details that would spoil the big finale. After host Chris Harrison called the season ending "the most dramatic finale ever," Harris repeated, calling it "very dramatic, unfortunately."
So after going through the whole interview, as well as her blog, the possibility of Jillian pulling a Brad Womack seems possible, if not pretty plausible.
"Well, next week is the finale. Like I said, the drama continues next week and I believe this will be another controversial episode," Jillian wrote on her blog on People
. "All I can say is that after all the drama is over, and I make that ONE LAST FINAL decision, I hope you all are as thrilled with the outcome as I am. You have no idea how excited I am to let this secret out!!!"
"I struggled with a lot of decisions," she added. "Again, I admit that I'm human. But I stand by my statement that I am very happy. I have had two months living with my decisions and am still very happy with them. That is what matters right?"
While Jillian might follow in the footsteps of Womack, who became the first Bachelor
in the history of the show to reject all of the bachelorettes, she also might just be playing it cool. After all, she's left with three amazing suitors, Ed, Kiptyn and Reid, and has found in them qualities she's looking for in someone with whom she wants to spend the rest of her life.
Harris would not leak any information about a ring, and emphasized that she doesn't need a proposal or talk of "the L word" to be happy. But she did give a few vague hints about her decision that seem to point toward a lasting relationship:
"The decision I made at the end of the show is really my biggest priority right now."
"I am on top of the world right now. I am very happy, and I can't wait for next Monday so everybody can see why."
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist(Image courtesy of ABC)