The Bachelorette DeAnna Pappas Finds Her Prince Charming—On a Snowboard!

We love watching “The Bachelorette” star Deanna Pappas. Not only is she gorgeous, she’s also positive, sweet, and funny, too.

Best of all she’s true to herself.

DeAnna and Jesse!She proved this Monday night, when she stunned her millions of admiring viewers by choosing snowboarder Jesse Csincsak, 26, over account executive Jason Mesnick on “The Bachelorette” season finale in the Bahamas.

In her words, DeAnna, 26, picked the guy she “could not live without.”

The feeling is so obviously mutual. Jesse’s response was that he “so confident, I know she’s the one.”

Having once been rejected herself, by “Bachelor” Brad Womack in 2007, DeAnna was very sensitive in her own rejection of runner up, Melnick, saying she felt horrible for putting him through the same pain. Or as she put it: “I was really confused when it happened. But after it was all over, said and done with, I was actually very happy that Brad stood-up for what he believed in and didn’t propose to someone just because he was under pressure. I’m thankful that he didn’t propose to me. Everything happens for a reason and I’m where I am today because of all of that, and I’m very happy for that.”

Maybe the show’s producers will recognize Jason’s “Bachelor” material. I think he’d be a prize for any girl. He certainly proved he’s romantic and sincere.

And that he has the desire to go all the way (to the altar.)

Not all “Bachelors” do. In fact, despite airing twelve editions “The Bachelor,” has produced ZERO—yep, nada, none, zippo!— weddings thus far, whereas the four “The Bachelorette” couples have at least one home run: the show’s first-season couple Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter got married and now have a little “Bachelorette babe” of their own.

The night’s big secret: DeAnna and Jesse are to be married in May 2009.

Hey, if things work out as well for them, maybe the 100th edition will ignite something between this next generation of Bachelorette babes!

Your Tube Boobette,

Josie Brown

SMW Relationship Editor