‘The Bachelorette’ Emily Maynard Spoilers and Predictions for July 9

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The Bachelorette 2012 will come to a conclusion before the month’s end; but first, Emily Maynard has a lot of thinking to do.

For starters, she needs to scope out Curacao, decide who to invite for an overnight date, and then narrow down her pack of three guys to two. Indeed, before the July 9 episode comes to a close, Em will have chosen to take either Jef, Sean, or Arie out of this love picture.

Meanwhile, one Bachelorette watcher has already determined that Jef and Emily are the “couple of the year” after talking about their “romantic paddle boat ride.”

Still, this same source sees the sparks fly between Arie and Emily, but she says that Em’s not so sure “how Arie would be as a father and how he would fit into her life.”

That said, while most in-the-know pundits claim that it’s Jef and Arie who will be the last two guys waiting to see who will get Emily Maynard’s blessing to go ahead and propose, it is allegedly Sean who will not be offered a rose when the TV reality show hits the Caribbean off the coast of Venezuela on Monday.

The same source as above literally is “dreading this [week's] rose ceremony because “there is going to be one broken-hearted bachelor at the end of this and that breaks my heart because they are such great guys.”

Finally, this particular The Bachelorette 2012 fan of the last of the tribe Emily Maynard had to pick from “are the BEST final three in Bachelorette history.”

Do you agree? Do you like Arie, Jef, and Sean? Which guy do you think is better suited to dear Emily and her little daughter Ricki?

And with that said, will you be tuning in when The Bachelorette Emily Maynard hits Curacao on Monday? Have you heard other spoilers and predictions that you want to share before the show comes to an end on July 9? Thoughts? Thanks.

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