While America waits to see who will earn Bachelor Brad Womack's final rose on Monday, former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky knows just who she'd pick to win Womack's heart.
"I think both girls are great…but in the last two episodes, his connection with Emily [Maynard] has been undeniable," Fedotowsky, 26, told UsMagazine.com at Wednesday's Launch of UK Style by French Connection party in Hollywood.
What makes Womack and the 24-year-old single mom a perfect match?
"It's been the little things that he's done — like he had that little picnic for her at the beginning outside. He is just so smitten with her. When he is with her, it seems like he wants to do anything to sort of reassure her — like telling her he loved her," says Fedotowsky, who is engaged to her final Bachelorette pick, Roberto Martinez. "They are both southern and polite, and I just think they'd make a really cute little couple."
Now sold on Maynard, Fedotowsky tells Us she initially rooted for her competitor, spunky divorcee Chantal O'Brien.
"I think all along I thought it was going to be those two together," she admits. "I should have known better, because those producers are sneaky! And I should have known that they wouldn't make it so obvious, if it was really Chantal. So I'm kind of thinking now that it is probably going to be Emily."
And as the next Bachelor couple gets ready to make their public debut, Fedotowsky is busy planning her own wedding to Martinez, who competed to win her love on the show's 2010 season.
"I'm ready for it to happen already, I'll say that much!" enthuses the bride-to-be, who tells Us she has yet to find the perfect dress. "Besides friends and family and all that, I care about feeling beautiful in my dress. I've never tried on a wedding dress, ever! So I have no idea what's going to make me feel beautiful. But I want that and I just want everyone to be happy. I want people to remember the day."
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