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Jen probably wouldn’t do another series; rumors abound about another break-up.

Jen probably wouldn’t do another series; rumors abound about another break-up.
In a conversation with reporters, Jen Schefft says she is “really looking forward to ending this show and moving on with life. I’m nervous, but I’m excited as well.” The star of The Bachelorette 3 also says that “There are the things I wish I wouldn’t have said, there’s the kissing scenes–all those things are hard to watch.” As the Sun-Times reports, “rumors are running rampant that Schefft has gone 0-for-2 in television romance. … according to Star Magazine, Schefft broke up with the man she picked this time around–about a week after the end of taping–and started a romance with her boss, Chicago nightclub owner Billy Dec.” However, nightclub owner Billy Dec told friends that those rumors are “pure bullshit.” So would Jen do another show? She teases us by saying she wouldn’t, and then sort of changes her mind: “Right now, I would say that I would never do another reality show. You know, you can never say never.”

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