Emily Maynard is just one week away from revealing her pick, which could possibly take her from "Bachelorette" status to "bride-to-be" during the upcoming Final Rose Ceremony.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers.
"I can't believe how fast this season has gone and there are only a few more days until the finale!" Maynard wrote on her People.com blog. "I can't say thank you enough to all of you that have been so kind to me the past couple of weeks and have supported me."
Maynard had to face the many bachelors she denied for the "Men Tell All" episode, which included plenty of Kalon-bashing and Sean-loving.
But now that it's down to two men -- Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Jef Holm -- everyone is clamoring to know who Emily will pick.
Since spoilers have been churning through the rumor mill, we decided to round up the information floating around about the "Bachelorette" Season 8 finale.
Holding Out For A Hero?
Us Weekly is reporting that Maynard "entered the [finale] day hell-bent on not accepting anyone's proposal," according to a source, who added that the finale of "The Bachelorette" is "a roller coaster."
The magazine claims that the 26-year-old single mother struggled to choose between the last two men because she loved both of them.
Also in the back of her mind was her failed relationship with Brad Womack, to whom she became engaged on the finale of "The Bachelor" Season 15. Maynard and Womack broke up in June 2011.
Steve Carbone of Reality Steve, a notorious source for "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" spoiler information, insists that he knows exactly who proposed to Maynard during the Curacao finale and whether or not the two are still engaged today.
“Emily and Jef left Curacao an engaged couple," Carbone wrote on his website. "This live finale is not going to be her making her decision between both guys, or, they leave us hanging in Curacao with Jef proposing and Emily saying she needs more time to think about it. Nothing like that. They got engaged in Curacao, and despite whatever garbage you read elsewhere, they are still engaged today.”
Whether or not Carbone's information is correct will not be revealed until the July 22 finale, but we do know that Maynard's father tells Holm that he makes his daughter "very happy."
WetPaint scored a preview clip from the "Bachelorette" finale in which Holm asks Maynard's father for permission to propose to Maynard.
"You certainly have my permission," he tells Holm in the clip. "I think it's so obvious that you just make Emily extremely happy. Just looking at the smile she's got, it's obvious that she certainly cares for you."
Maynard might not be so quick to exit center stage. Another recent rumor claims that the blonde beauty hopes to turn her love into a wedding spin-off.
RadarOnline was the first to report on Maynard's desire to stay in front of the cameras. The gossip website also claims that Maynard gets engaged to Holm in the finale episode.
"Emily wants to do a spin-off show which would include the planning of the wedding," a source reportedly told RadarOnline. "She loves to be in front of the camera and there are multiple offers on the table for her to do other television shows."
Trista Rehn, the very first "Bachelorette," agreed to televise her $4 million wedding to Ryan Sutter in 2003. The deal got her a cool $1 million, according to People magazine.
Celebrities have also invited the cameras in on their special days. Kim Kardashian, Jessica Simpson, Khloe Kardashian, Kim Zolciak and Kendra Wilkinson each let their wedding days be documented for the small screen.
Could Emily Maynard be next?
Stay tuned for the season finale of "The Bachelorette," which airs on July 22 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.