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Roberto Martinez Is The Next Bachelor Season 17

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Roberto Martinez has been confirmed as the next Bachelor.

Robert and Ali Fedotowsky, the woman who picked him out on ‘The Bachelorette,’ ended their relationship last year after being engaged for 18 months.  That was a big disappointment for fans of the franchise as the sweet and handsome Roberto was popular with fans.

So now we get another chance to see Roberto in action and this time he’s picking the suitors as he is next to take the lead in ABC’s ‘The Bachelor.’

Life & Style revealed that Roberto Martinez would be the next star of The Bachelor and that the contract was already signed, sealed and delivered. He’s ours!

“They chose him because he’s very likable,” a ‘Bachelor’ insider told Life & Style. Yes, yes he is. He’s pretty hot, too.

They also speculated on whether Roberto’ appointment will be a little sweet revenge over his ex, Ali Fedotowsky, although their split was said to be amicable for both of them at the time.

Roberto, a 29-year-old insurance agent, proposed to Ali Fedotowsky on the sixth season finale of ‘The Bachelorette.’  They were engaged for 18 months but they split after constant arguing.

Roberto recently attended the wedding of best friend Chris Lambton, who met his wife, Peyton Wright, through ‘The Bachelor.’   Chris was a fan favorite on Ali Fedotowsky’s season of  ‘The Bachelorette.’ However, Ali ended up choosing Roberto over Chris.

Let’s hope that Roberto has Chris’ good luck and finally finds the one!

So what do you think? Will Roberto Martinez make a good Bachelor?

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