'Bachelorette' Emily Maynard May Get Her Happy TV Ending After All

Stuck in Reality 2

Emily Maynard

Ok, so remember the other day when I told you that Jef Holm is a fame whore who cared way more about being a celebrity than he did about actually starting a life (a REAL life) with Emily Maynard and her daughter, Ricki?

Well, Jef may be hungry for the spotlight, but it looks like he's not the one who will likely wind up being a household name. Emily has supposedly signed on with a talent agency called Authentic Talent & Literary Management, and they've worked with some well-known A-list clients in the past.

And if Emily has a talent agency backing her, it looks like it's only a matter of time before we see her appear on TV again, and hopefully this time she'll get the happy ending she deserves -- at least career-wise.

Honestly, she's so beautiful and bubbly and polished (and she obviously knows how to work a camera), so the sky's the limit when it comes to what Emily can do from here on out.

But instead of landing a news gig like Ali Fedotowsky or a spot on Dancing With the Stars like Melissa Rycroft -- wouldn't it be great if Emily did something totally different, like co-hosting The Bachelor and The Bachelorette with Chris Harrison? It would certainly change things up a bit and breathe new life into what is getting to be a somewhat predictable show.

And remember those rumors about Emily and Chris having the hots for each other while she was filming her season of The Bachelorette? Well, wouldn't it be kind of cool if they took on the show together, and then started dating, fell in love, and gave us the ultimate Bachelorette TV wedding of our dreams?

Yeah, maybe you're right. That plan does seem a bit far-fetched.

How do you think Emily's TV-comeback will go down?

 

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nonmember avatar marge

eh, I think it might be a little awkward to have someone who has failed to find love on the show twice serve as a host...

nonmember avatar Smartmom

Uh,IMO bloggers who write about things with which they are not familiar are also in the same category as FAME WHORES.

"Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones."

Cannot believe I even clicked on your link.

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