"I'll be crushed if he doesn't choose me," said De Anna.
Brad gushed about De Anna during their date, calling her everything he's ever looked for in a woman and an "incredible wife, an even better mother." De Anna said the comments were reassuring since she was scared of being dumped.
De Anna then assured Pam that she was "hoping" for a marriage proposal from Brad and was looking for someone to start a family with.
"I would totally be crushed if I never get to see them again," said De Anna about Brad's family.
Each of the Bachelor stars have followed a different path post rose-graduation.
Unlike us college grads, they didn’t get a fancy speech and pat on the back.
"[That's] the reason why it's so hard for me to tell people how I feel." In rejecting both De Anna and Jenni, Brad joins Spring 2005 third-season finale).
Needless to say, Brad also failed to propose marriage to either Jenni or De Anna, marking the fourth time in five seasons and the sixth in its last eighth editions that pre-taped finale broadcast began at Brad's Malibu bachelor pad, where both De Anna and Jenni had the opportunity to separately meet Brad's mom Pam; his identical twin brother Chad; and his older brother Wesley.
As she struggled to tell Brad how she felt, Jenni also whipped out a journal she'd been keeping and decided to read one of the entries to Brad.
"I'm falling in love with you and I want to share my life with you," Jenni finally told Brad, albeit while reading from the journal. "I wanted to tell you the last time I saw you and I couldn't do it.
Pam revealed it was easier for her to talk with De Anna, but was quick to add that might have just been a result of the fact that she met De Anna fist.