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Who Will Be The Next ‘Bachelorette’? (contains spoilers)

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‘The Bachelorette’ will officially return to our screens on May 20, and next week we will not only learn to whom Sean Lowe is engaged but we will also discover the new ‘Bachelorette’. Her identity is to be revealed on Sean Lowe’s ‘Bachelor’ finale on March 11. Squeal! 

On February 27 ABC officially announced that ‘The Bachelorette’ would return to our screens on May 20! Such great news! But more importantly, ABC has also announced that the woman stepping into Emily Maynard’s shoes will be revealed on the March 11 season finale of ‘The Bachelor’. Will she be one of Sean Lowe‘s rejects? Read on to find out. 

The new ‘Bachelorette’ looking for love will be revealed live by host Chris Harrison on ‘The Bachelor: After the Final Rose’ on March 11. 

As of February 26 ABC said that the new ‘Bachelorette’ had not been chosen but they must have by now, and several sources think they can name her. 

Reality Steve is sure that Sean’s runner-up will take the new ‘Bachelorette’ role, and as you probably know by now, that lady is Lindsay Yenter. However, recent reports suggest she is not such a shoo-in and that producers have their eye on another alum for the role. 

It’s not such a bad deal for Lindsay, if she ends up being the one: while Sean Lowe’s fiancée has to endure a sexless engagement and avoid the paparazzi, the new ‘Bachelorette’ can look forward to more fun in the sun…and in the hot tub…and on the beach…and in a Fantasy Suite…

It now looks certain that Sean will reject Lindsay (24) on ‘The Bachelor’ finale, but if that’s so the popular contest is more than likely to get her own season of the ABC show.

“They [ABC] will obviously take into consideration which girls are most liked by the public on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media outlets, but it’s safe to say that Lindsay Yenter is the front runner right now and will probably get it,” reports Reality Steve.

You may or may not recall that Lindsay is the one that stepped out of the limo in a wedding dress in this season’s premiere. She got slated for that, but oh how she has redeemed herself since then to become a fan favorite.

However, there are three other girls all hoping to be the next ‘Bachelorette’ who may have something to say about Lindsay taking that role.

Those are:  Desiree Hartsock, Lesley Murphy and AshLee Frazier. 

The show will start filming this month so either we have the new ‘Bachelorette’ or they better find one soon. 

Desiree Hartsock has been open about her willingness to do it. She said, “I would have to think about it and make sure I’m prepared to get back on the emotional roller coaster” but “I do believe in the experience.” 

According to some sources, the ink is as good as dry on Desiree’s contract. Sean Lowe admitted he felt he made a mistake when he eliminated her this season. Apparently Lindsay has been dropped in favour of Desiree. But as we know, we can’t quite rely on these rumors until we see it with our own eyes. 

Lesley Murphy would also likely be another popular choice with fans. 

The outsider in the running for ‘The Bachelorette’ is probably AshLee, because she was just downright childish in how she freaked out when Sean eliminated her. She didn’t cry, she didn’t hug the other girls or even say goodbye. She didn’t say anything to Sean, just gave him an evil glare and made him feel lie he had to chase after her to explain why he let her go. Shame, as coming third on the show, se would have been prime candidate for the next ‘Bachelorette.’ 

Would you be happy to see Desiree Hartsock as the next ‘Bachelorette’? What about Lindsay Yenter?  If not, who would you rather see?

One Response to “Who Will Be The Next ‘Bachelorette’? (contains spoilers)”

  1. Gigi says:

    I hope Des will be the next bachelorette. She is nice, humble and sweet. Ashley has an attitude. Please ABC put Des the next bachelorette.


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