She missed out on love with Chris Soules during The Bachelor and, if the rumors are true, doesn’t end up getting the votes to be Bachelorette this season, but in the end, Britt Nilsson might be the lady who comes out a winner.
Warning: Do not continue reading unless you want spoilers about this season of The Bachelorette and all the dirt on how it ends.
According to Reality Steve, Kaitlyn Bristowe is ultimately voted as the official Bachelorette by the men, but Britt still has a vital role in the season. Plus, she ends up finding love with one of the guys who voted to keep her.
And the two are not shy about showing their affection, even though their season hasn’t even premiered yet. (Usually a big Bachelor Nation no-no.)
Her new beau’s name is Brady Troops and he’s a sexy singer from Nashville.
— Shady Bitch (@hey_bitch_heyy) April 21, 2015
This season of The Bachelorette is unprecedented because it has two girls competing to date the 25 men. After the first impressions out of the limo and the initial cocktail party, the men are given the opportunity to vote for the woman they want to remain as Bachelorette.
Though it’s rumored to be a tight vote, Kaitlyn ultimately wins the right to hand out the roses. But just because she gets to continue on all the fancy dates, doesn’t mean Kaitlyn is guaranteed to find love. Many a Bachelor/Bachelorette has left the show only to be disappointed with their new engagement a short time later.
Admittedly, I’m #TeamKaitlyn all the way because I think the way she brings humor and flair to the show is just flawless, but I am glad that Britt has found herself a hunky man, too.
UPDATE May 21: Turns out that Britt not winning the votes of the men of The Bachelorette Season 11 was a true blessing in disguise, because she’s found the man of her dreams. As mentioned above, Britt is rumored to be dating Brady Toops, and according to an Us Weekly source, things are going swell.
“Brady and Britt are still together,” the insider said of the couple. “They’re very happy.”
The Bachelorette premieres Monday, May 18 on ABC.