Former 'Bachelorette' Ali Fedotowsky on Ringing in the New Year Solo: 'I'm Celebrating Me' (VIDEO)
Ali Fedotowsky doesn't need a Bachelor to count down to the New Year.
The former 2010 Bachelorette, who called off her engagement to Roberto Martinez last November, is planning on spending the last day of 2012 toasting to... herself.
"I'm gonna go home to Massachusetts with my family. My little niece is just over two months old and I'm just going to cuddle on her and love on her the whole time. That's really all I plan on doing," Fedotowsky told Celebuzz.
"I think I'll come back to L.A. for New Year's and I plan on sitting at my apartment by myself with a bottle of champagne and watching the ball drop," she added.
"I'm not a big like go out and party New Year's person. I've stayed in like the past few years, actually. Normally, I had someone with me. This year I'll probably be alone -- but you know what, I'll be celebrating me and a great 2012 and hopefully a better 2013!"
The reality star may not have had her fairytale ending, but she still knows true love when she sees it.
Fedotowsky, who now hosts the NBC's travel show 1st Look, got a front row seat to Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum's "I do's" last weekend in Pasadena, Calif. and was in awe at their unmistakeable chemistry.
"I saw them walking around the hotel all weekend holding hands," she told Celebuzz at the Cell Phones for Soldiers Voli Light Vodka Party on Dec. 6 at Hollywood's famous SkyBar.
"They found it, they found what everyone is looking for and I'm so happy for them."As Celebuzz revealed exclusively, the 28-year-old was among the 200 guests, including many other Bachelor and Bachelorette alums, like season 12 Bachelor Jason Mesnick and his pregnant wife Molly, season 5 Bachelorette Jillian Harris and season 1 star Trista and Ryan Sutter who celebrated at the Langham Huntington Hotel for the wedding special, The Bachelorette: Ashley and J.P.’s Wedding, scheduled to air on ABC Dec. 16.
What will be her resolution for 2013? Watch the video, above, to find out more.