"I don't know if I was ever in the running, they tend to keep that stuff close to the vest.If I was being considered, I wasn't really informed," Drew tells us.
Luckily for us, he got on the phone to reporters to talk about ? I know I made the right decision, and that was being honest with Des and myself.
And should I say something that the producers and the editors don't enjoy or feel is too revealing, then they can cut that out.
And I'll allow them to do their job as editors and producers, and I'll do everything I can to make this as real and as genuine as possible. So the answer is no - it's about my emotional process and me figuring out how I feel.
And what do they think of their former competitor Juan Pablo Galavis being selected as the next Bachelor? Though some fans were hoping to see Brooks return in the finale and beg Desiree to take him back, Brooks, who is single, has no regrets about his decision to leave the show. That was about being honest with Des and myself and that conversation and the breakup as difficult as it was and as bad as it hurt," he explains. I look back and say that was the right decision."Brooks adds, "Des deserves to be in love with someone that is equally in love with her.
If she was at that point, great, I needed to get there and I just wasn't there just yet." And while he tells us, "I never had a moment where I felt like I should go back and hash things out with Des," he does admit, "Were there things I missed about her and was I sad to see our relationship come to a close? "I am glad that it is over." Brooks adds that he has no plans to attend Des and Chris' nuptials "out of respect" for the couple.
That conversation and the break-up, as difficult as it was and as bad as it hurt, I just don't know how I can regret being honest.