'The Bachelorette 2012' finale spoilers: Has Emily Maynard Found Love?

‘The Bachelorette 2012’ finale spoilers: Has Emily Maynard Found Love?

Emily Maynard’s final choice

Emily Maynard has been the apple of many men’s eye in the past two months, but finally only two remain. As season 8 comes to a close, the question on many a mind is: Will it be Jef or Arie?

In the season finale, Emily will be taking both men to visit her family.

When the final rose ceremony comes, the world will watch as either Jef Holm or Arie Luyendyk takes the long walk of disappointment.

Host Chris Harrison Told People that Tonight’s episode will be “unpredictable and combustible.”

“We’ve never had a horse race like this where any of the final three could have ended up with her and the decision was so down to the wire. It made her an emotional wreck,” Harrison tells PEOPLE exclusively. “Emily was more conflicted about the final two than any bachelor or bachelorette we’ve ever had. The guys were head over heels for her and she felt so strongly for both of them and that combination made for a very intense final week that could go either way.”

Us Weekly is reporting that Maynard “entered the [finale] day hell-bent on not accepting anyone’s proposal,” according to a source, who added that the finale of “The Bachelorette” is “a roller coaster.”

Steve Carbone of Reality Steve, claims he knows exactly who proposed to Maynard during the Curacao finale and whether or not the two are still engaged today.

“Emily and Jef left Curacao an engaged couple,” Carbone wrote on his website. “This live finale is not going to be her making her decision between both guys, or, they leave us hanging in Curacao with Jef proposing and Emily saying she needs more time to think about it. Nothing like that. They got engaged in Curacao, and despite whatever garbage you read elsewhere, they are still engaged today.”

The finale will include a live hour with Emily and the mysterious winner. The Bachelorette airs Sunday, July 22nd, 2012 at 8pm EDT.

What are your predictions?