Ali Fedotowsky & Roberto Martinez Are The Real Deal

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Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez
But are these reality stars compatible enough to actually make it down the aisle next spring?

One of the nicest compliments we’ve ever gotten issued from a significant other who said, "The thing I love most about you is that you don’t make me watch shows like The Bachelorette." We took those kind words to heart, and have generally avoided the Bachelor/Bachelorette/I Love New York/For the Love of Ray J./Will Someone Please Marry a Kardashian, Already? genre.

However, when adorable Bachelorette couple Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez said they were in it for the long haul, our frosty loathing of reality dating shows thawed just a little.

Back in August, Roberto proposed in front of millions, and Ali was all for it. Lo and behold, it’s four months later, and they’re still banking on some springtime nuptials. So, we’ve got to wonder…is there actually something to letting all of America obsess over your courtship, or is this just another reality hoax? Moonit’s ready to find out.

According to their birth dates, Ali Fedotowsky (born on September 26, 1984) and her bachelor Roberto Martinez (born on August 27, 1983) have "crazy chemistry that could get them hooked for the long run." From the moment they met, they sensed that there "was probably enough to leave both of them wanting more." Luckily, these two are pretty grounded, so even when romance smacks them upside the head, they both "need to feel things out." (Ew. We mean "feel things out" emotionally. Get your mind out of the gutter.)

Now that they’ve gotten to know each other, "they feel so comfortable around each other, they can…just be themselves." Since Ali and Roberto are pretty much each other’s "personal pair of sweats," they’re "usually on the same page." And "if there’s a miscommunication or a difference of opinion–which happens pretty infrequently–these guys make sure to hear each other out." Wow. That sounds remarkably awesome and happily well-adjusted. Score one for reality TV.

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