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Ali Fedotowsky: Jake Pavelka's "Turtleneck Sweaters" Don't Mean He's Gay

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Jul. 21 2010, Published 5:39 a.m. ET

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Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky stunned Tuesday night in a strapless purple dress while on the set of Lopez Tonight. OK!'s cover girl this week is down to the final two men — Chris Lambton and Roberto Martinez — on this season’s The Bachelorette. Ali opened up to George Lopez on the last contestant to dramatically exit the show, Frank, and why she doesn't think Jake Pavelka is gay.

Frank left Ali in tears as he left the show to reconnect with his ex-girlfriend.

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“He just failed to mention her,” Ali explained to George.

Later in the interview, After persistent badgering from George, Ali said that she never thought her Bachelor, Jake Pavelka, was gay.

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“Just because he wears really nice turtleneck sweaters, that doesn’t mean he’s gay,” Ali said.

Back to Ali's decision on her two eligible bachelors.

George seemed to have a strong opinion on both guys.

“If she wants to be a homeowner, she’s got to pick Chris L,” George said. “But, if she wants to live with Roberto’s mom forever…” the comedian quipped.

“I think Roberto’s response to that would be ‘Ay, dios mio!’ oh, my God,” Ali rebutted.

Ali confessed that for the most part, what goes on in the fantasy suite remains g-rated.

In “the fantasy suite, nothing bad” happens, she explained. “I do realize that my parents watch this show, so I’m good.”

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