Who better than someone in love to promote love stories? "The Bachelorette"'s Ali Fedotowsky has joined with Warner Bros. to promote their special "Pink Ribbon" campaign -- but she also gives us the latest on her honey Roberto Martinez and new old "Bachelor" Brad Womack.
Ali is joining the campaign to increase awareness of breast cancer by being a spokesperson for the "Pink Ribbon" Video-on-Demand Charity Campaign during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Warner Bros. has selected 16 movies -- all chick flicks -- and is making them available to major cable and satellite operators. Each time one of the films is rented, monies will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
"Roberto is so good about watching chick flicks with me," Ali tells ET. "He wants to make me happy. We have already talked about renting all these movies during Breast Cancer Awareness Month."
'You've Got Mail,' 'The Bodyguard,' 'Miss Congeniality 2,' 'The Notebook' and 'Music and Lyrics' are just a few of the romantic comedies and dramas that will be made available. Check out the Pink Ribbon site for the complete list.
Ali's life is more comedy than drama now as she and Roberto continue to plan their wedding. She tells ET that they still have not decided whether or not to televise it. She knows that people want to see a wedding, but "we want the hype to die down a little bit so we don't feel so much pressure. We don't want to do it a certain way because other people want to do it that way. We want to make sure that we have complete control. This is one of the most special days of our life. We want it to be perfect."
As for the news that Brad Womack, who famously rejected both of the final two bachelorettes on his season, is going to be the new "Bachelor," she tells ET, "I don't know the situation of how it came to be. I didn't know Brad but I recently got a chance to talk to him and he is a good guy. It is so easy to judge someone when you see them on TV. It is so, so easy. I have done it with a few of the people from the show -- I won't say who -- and then met them in person. They are such great people. Huge hearts. Actually, Brad is one of those people. So maybe we will give him a hard time for not choosing someone on the show. Don't get me wrong, I was, 'He gets a second chance!' I am like … I am friends with Jillian Harris … 'Jillian, does that mean you get to go on again?' We were just like joking about that. I met him and he is so sincere about this. I feel like I am a good B.S. detector. I know when someone is feeding me lies. He is genuine and he really wants to find love. I think he is at the point where he is ready to settle down. I wish him nothing but the best. I hope it works out for him."
The Pink Ribbon Video-on-Demand Charity Campaign is currently underway. Check your own cable or satellite provider to find out if it is available in your area.