Kirk DeWindt: Bachelorette Reality Show Contestant

June 9, 2010
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Kirk DeWindt is a contestant on the Bachelorette Season six with the supposed intention of winning Ali Fedotowsky’s heart. According to Reality Steve, we are hearing that Kirk could possibly be in the top 5 guys that Ali chooses. Read more and see photos and video here.

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Meet Kirk DeWindt, a Bachelorette season six contestant trying to win the final rose and Ali Fedotowsky’s affection. Kirk is said to be 27 years of age and was born and raised in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Following high school graduation, DeWindt went on to attend the University of Wisconsin Oskhosh as well as the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. He is a sales consultant and a personal trainer who currently lives in the capital of Madison.

As a man who is honest, ambitious and persistent, Kirk is said to be inspired by Lance Armstrong.

So just what is the craziest thing Kirk has ever done? The bachelor told ABC that once “he flew to Las Vegas for a week-end getaway with someone he met for the first time a week prior.”

As far as his greatest achievement, Kirk said that he is proud of his goal of reaching All-American Status in the 1500M run, when he was in college.

Now while Kirk has been overshadowed by other bachelors in the mansion, after a hot and steamy bed romp scene staged for a music video Ali has seemed to become quite enthralled with the sexy man from Wisconsin. And according to Reality Steve, I am hearing that Kirk makes it far in the competition. Whether he is the one Ali picks to be her fiancee is true, we’ll have to wait and see. Reality Steve is usually always correct on his predictions but we’ll have to see what the upcoming events unfold.

Check out video of Kirk DeWindt on the Bachelorette season six below.

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