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The Bachelorette Spoilers: Ali, Her Final Picks As ABC Recycles Reality Stars

May 21 2010, Published 1:39 p.m. ET

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Chris Lambton and Roberto Martinez are the final twosome who will be battling for the heart--and rose--of Ali Fedotowsky, the star around which ABC's newest The Bachelorette revolves.

The spoiler comes from a highly-reliable source: Reality Steve, who was on the money with his prediction Vienna Girardi would snag the final rose from The Bachelor's, Jake Pavelka.

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The news comes as ABC continues its trend of recycling its reality TV stars.

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Ali landed her current Bachelorette gig after losing out to Vienna and Tenley Moldahn for Jake's favor on The Bachelor.

Pavelka then appeared on this season's Dancing with the Stars. The judges of DWTS sent Jake packing after just a few episodes.  He finished eighth.

Viewers first saw Jake Pavelka on The Bachelorette with Jillian Harris, where once again Jake got the boot.

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Jake returned in the next episode.

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After all of that, viewers still haven't seen the last of the two: Jake and Vienna are supposedly dancing together on the upcoming finale of Dancing with the Stars.

The winner between Chris Lambton and Roberto Martinez for the final rose from Ali?

No news yet, but viewers can tune in to The Bachelorette on ABC Mondays at 9 pm to find out.



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