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‘The Bachelor’ 2014: Will Desiree Hartsock’s Brother Appear as the Next ‘Bachelor’?

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Now that “The Bachelorette” 2013 is almost over, rumors and speculations continue on who “The Bachelor” 2014 lead will be for next year. Naturally the two runner-ups in the season finale of “The Bachelorette” are the first ones considered, but would Desiree’s brother — Nate Hartsock — be a contender?

Nate appeared on Sean Lowe’s season of “The Bachelor” during the hometown dates. When he met Sean at Desiree’s family gathering, he promptly put him on the spot about his true feelings for Desiree. He made no effort to hide the fact he thinks the show is garbage and that Sean didn’t have solid enough feelings for his sister.

Just days ago it was learned that Nate accused Reality Steve about being wrong in his spoilers over who Desiree picks as her fiance on “The Bachelorette.” Brooks Forester is rumored to win the show after asking Desiree to marry him.

Nate would definitely be an interesting choice for ABC as next year’s “Bachelor,” but is it even a realistic thought?

A follower on Twitter asked Nate if he would consider being the next “Bachelor.”

“@nate_hartsock83 Would you ever consider being the next Bachelor? Lol.”

Nate simiply responded:

“no way, I wouldn’t do it.”

Nate has an edge, is good-looking, has that “bad boy” appeal to some extent, and is very outspoken. He’s opinionated, but he doesn’t have a high opinion of “The Bachelor’ or “The Bachelorette.”

Would you like to see Nate Hartsock appear as the next “Bachelor” in 2014?

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