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Kiptyn Locke Leads Bachelor Race with 39 Percent of Votes!



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Bachelorette-Kiptyn-LockeBachelor fans are speaking out on who they want to become the next bachelor – and the favorite seems to be last season’s runner-up Kiptyn Locke.

Kiptyn found himself in the final two last season, hoping to propose to bachelorette Jillian Harris but was sent home broken-hearted during the finale episode.

A favorite from the very beginning, Kiptyn made a great impression on Bachelorette fans, who are now trying to secure his position as Bachelor 2010.

The new Bachelor will be revealed during tonight’s episode of Dancing with the Stars but according to a PEOPLE.com poll, Kiptyn is leading the pack with a whopping 39 percent of votes. On his heels is Reid – another favorite from last year and ain a distant third is Jake (the pilot) who made his mark as the loyal soft-spoken romantic from last year.

We’re hoping for Reid but would be completely happy with Kiptyn. As long as Jake isn’t announced as the next bachelor, we’ll be thrilled. Sorry Jake – but having to listen to a man say “oh gee” and “oh golly” for an hour every week would be absolutely exhausting. Our apologies.

Who do you want to be the next bachelor?

2 Responses to “Kiptyn Locke Leads Bachelor Race with 39 Percent of Votes!”

  1. Jan says:

    I agree if it is Jake, I am done with this show. He is just very very strange and I think came on the show with the motive to become the next bachelor.

    Reid all the way for me!!

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  2. Monica says:

    Whoa, HOTTIE!

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