Did Ali Fedotowsky hint in her interview who
she picked on season 6 “The Bachelorette”?
An interview with Ali Fedotowsky of “The Bachelorette” 2010 was on ABC’s Good Morning America this morning with Cameron Mathison. Did “Bachelorette,” Ali hint who she picked as her true love on the show? Ali gave a brief interview with some answers to ponder.
Ali answered a few burning questions we all wanted to know in her post “Bachelorette” 2010 filming. While she’s sworn to secrecy until after “The Bachelorette” season 6 is over, that didn’t stop Good Morning America from trying to get some juicy information. Any hint of who Ali may have picked as her true love was in full force.
When Cameron sat down with Ali and wanted the real reason why she told Jake she had to leave “The Bachelor” to return to her job, she stood her ground. He told Ali some viewers saw it as a way to manipulate Jake into keeping her on the show.
“No, no,” Ali replied. “I just wanted Jake’s advice. Even though I place love over career, that was the right choice.” Was she really getting his advice or desperately wanting him to stop her?
When it came to whether Ali could tell who on “The Bachelorette” was on for the wrong reasons, Ali told Cameron she could tell who was and who wasn’t on the show for the right reasons. No doubt a few of the contestants were there for anything but love.
Later on Cameron and Ali went to LA’s original farmer’s market, scoping the produce and making small talk. Ali didn’t balk at the tough questions Cameron was throwing her way.
During the casual interview with Ali at the farmer’s market, Cameron wanted to know if she did, in fact, find her true love on “The Bachelorette,” how would she communicate with the new man in her life?
“If you had to be in touch with him, how would you do it?” Cameron inquired.
“Sometimes I’d go outside his window and I’d flash the flashlight and give him signals,” Ali teased, gesturing as though she was flickering a flashlight.
“So, there is someone!” Cameron said, trying to get her to open up more.
“No, no, I’m kidding,” she answered, laughing.
Ali seemed happy in her interview and doesn’t appear heartbroken in any way. It’s hard to hide heartbreak and if Ali did experience any on “The Bachelorette,” she’s hiding it pretty well. Although she didn’t give an exact hint of who she may have picked on “The Bachelorette,” the one hint we can take is her glow and playful answers in the interview. We have to wait until August 2 to see who Ali officially selects as the man for her.
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