You know how pretty much every Bachelor and Bachelorette insist they don't want to be famous and don't plan on using their reality TV stardom to help give them some sort of career boost? Yeah, I'm calling bullsh&% on that one.
No one can blame them for using the celeb status they gain as a result of the show to their advantage. Still, it is interesting how a lot of them wind up making similar career moves after their seasons are over to capitalize on their new found recognition.
And I'm sure you can guess where I'm going with this. Yep, Desiree Hartsock is starting a blog -- because of course she is.
I mean, isn't that what former Bachelorettes do?
And that's why Des has to get herself a website too -- because everybody's doing it and it would really suck for her to get left out of the cool crowd.
Want to take a guess as to what the theme of her blog will be? Wedding planning and advice. You know, because she's an expert in all things wedding related because of her former gig as a bridal stylist. (Right.)
I mean no disrespect to Des or anything because I think she's a great gal and all -- but isn't it a little bit premature for her to be launching a wedding advice blog when she hasn't, you know, taken part in a wedding as of yet?
Sure, she's got the dress part down pat -- but the attire is only a small fraction of the hoopla that goes into putting on a successful wedding. And I'm thinking before she gets too far in over her head, she might want to at least take a crack at walking down the aisle herself before dishing out tips to other brides. (Just a suggestion.)
Or at least maybe Des should stick to style tips for the time being. Then once (if and when) she's Mrs. Chris Siegfried, she can kick things up a notch or two.
Would you take wedding advice from a single woman?
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