Has there really been a decision made in regards to who is going to be “The Bachelorette“? It all seems to depend based on where you go for information.
We try to keep this site reasonably spoiler-free, but imagine that if you want to know who is being reported as the leading lady for next season, it is probably not that hard to figure out. At this point, we probably believe most of those reports to be correct. There are only a few contenders for the spot this season, whether it be Becca Tilley, Kaitlyn Bristowe, or Britt Nilsson. No one else really has a chance. Carly Waddell was taken down by the edit, Jade Roper was too quiet, and Whitney Bischoff seems to be far and away the favorite to win the whole entire thing. There’s not a whole lot of debate that really needs to be had here.
With all of this being said, we still have this message via show creator Mike Fleiss’ Twitter below, stating that “no decision has been made.” Do we buy that? We’ll give him the benefit of the doubt in saying that they are probably 99% sure who is going to be the next Bachelorette. They’ll save 1% for after the “Women Tell All” special, when they can claim that America has truly spoken about the majority of the contenders.
One thing that we’ll say is to not completely dismiss 11th-hour reports, especially in the light of Sean Lowe recently saying that Arie Luyendyk Jr. was set to the star of this season before he was switched out at the last second for Chris Soules.
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