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Editor’s note: The season finale of Sweet Home Alabama airs Thursday (Sept. “At this point, we’re not allowed to be seen together or talk to each other very much,” Grissom tells CMT Insider.
Sweet Home Alabama star Devin Grissom has made her final choice, yet she’s staying tight-lipped about who it is.
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Adam Moyer, left, and Devin Grissom, right, enjoy the sunset over Mobile Bay during a date on the second episode of the CMT reality show "Sweet Home Alabama." Both Moyer and Grissom hail from Tennessee, though when they had their introductory moment on the show, Grissom told Moyer she's "from Tuscaloosa, Alabama," which is where she goes to college.
(Courtesy CMT)There's an interesting scene in the first episode of the new reality TV show "Sweet Home Alabama." Devin Grissom, the attractive 20-year-old University of Alabama junior who works in the Tide's recruiting office, is having her first one-on-one time with the "country" and "city" boy suitors who want to be her best beau off under the trees at Oak Hollow Farm south of Fairhope.
And it's got to hurt to have someone say, "You sound like you're from my neck of the woods," say the name of your home state, and then tell them something else. She explained that Devin is one of the most true kinds of Alabama fans. But her decision to come to the Capstone is not just a decision, it's a life choice.
It's like a salmon turning and swimming the other direction from all other other fish. All of her life she's had those orange shirts around her.
“It’s going to be interesting to see how it progresses once everything can be revealed, but I definitely feel like I found something special.” The remaining finalists are Adam Moyer, a horse trainer from Tennessee, and Tribble Reese, a former quarterback who is a bartender and entrepreneur in Birmingham, Ala. They’re getting broken up with on national television.