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High Country repeat? Local pro rider Jesse Csincsak makes it to final two on ‘The Bachelorette’

LESLIE BREFELD
Summit Daily News
Summit County, CO
THE BACHELORETTE - "Episode 408" - DeAnna Pappas must choose between Jason and Jesse, on the Season Finale of "The Bachelorette," airing MONDAY, JULY 7 (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/ADAM LARKEY)
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Next Monday, Bachelorette DeAnna Pappas’ marital fate will be revealed, along with the fate of Breckenridge professional snowboarder Jesse Csincsak.

To the surprise of many, including DeAnna herself, Csincsak is one of two men remaining in the competition for the woman’s heart and hand in marriage.

Longtime forerunner Jeremy was eliminated in last night’s show, leaving DeAnna with a choice between Jesse and Jason.



Jesse and the other two men spent time with DeAnna alone at the Grand Bahama Island in a pre-honeymoon setting, where each concluded their evening in the fantasy suite away from the eyes of the cameras.

Each professed they were falling in love, including DeAnna about each of them.



In the post show, “The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All,” DeAnna revealed that she is engaged, so don’t worry about another Brad Womack moment.

Jesse got serious in the island setting, asking DeAnna about when she wanted to have kids and if she would be willing to live in a winter setting like Breckenridge.

DeAnna reciprocated with a question about his plans after snowboarding.

The two continued to click as they agreed they both wanted kids before they turned 30, and Jesse had some ideas on other career options for himself.

The relationship talk came after a horseback ride in the ocean, picnic and some time by a campfire.

Next week, in the season finale of “The Bachelorette,” DeAnna will make her final decision.


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