‘Bachelorette’ Couple Emily Maynard and Jef Holm ‘Doomed’ If They Have a TV Wedding, Says Former Winner (EXCLUSIVE)

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Emily Maynard and Jef Holm are ready to begin their “happily ever after” following the season finale of The Bachelorette, with Holm making a cross-country move to be with his new fiancee in North Carolina and a trip to the altar being planned.

But can they make their romance last and not fall victim to the reality TV curse?

Season 4 Bachelorette winner Jesse Csincsak is weighing in and giving the couple plenty of advice about making it work — and why they shouldn’t have their wedding on TV.

Hoping they can learn from his mistakes, Csincsak — who split from DeAnna Pappas following his win on The Bachelorette – advises the couple to stay far away from Hollywood and focus on each other.

“If they go to North Carolina and stay outta Hollywood, they will be fine,” he told Celebuzz following Sunday’s finale.

“Let’s look back on the past at the successful relationships and where they live… Trista and Ryan [Sutter] are in Colorado; Jason and Molly [Mesnick] are in Seattle; Tara and John Presser are in Florida; Chris Lambton and Peyton Wright are in Massachusetts; and [my wife] Ann and I are in Colorado.”

“What’s one place none of those have in common? Hollywood,” Csincsak said. “They should stay away!”

If the couple actually make it down the aisle, Csincsak warns that they should keep the nuptials off national TV.

“If they let [creator Mike Fleiss] get his hands on them and their wedding, they are doomed,” he bluntly said.

What do you think about Jesse C’s advice? Sound off in the comments — and watch Jef’s proposal from The Bachelorette finale, below.

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