This is probably going to be the strangest edition of “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette” rankings in the history of CarterMatt rankings articles. There’s never really been a situation with this sort of transparency, where we know exactly what the person handing out the roses is thinking before the proposal is coming. Usually, we have to rely on context clues like airtime, body language, and edit; now, we just have to rely on good ol’-fashioned words.
With that, we’ve basically merged Chris Siegfried and Drew Kenney into a two-headed beast known as “Crew,” and added a new contender (surprise!) for the finale, which you can see in the #2 spot.
3. “Crew” – The only shot either Chris or Drew has at this point is if Desiree Hartsock wakes up tomorrow and suddenly proclaims that her body was possessed by space invaders. Can you imagine Desiree watching the show back with Drew and trying to justify what she said during the Brooks meltdown? Awkward to say the least.
2. Mr. Nobody – Oh, the invisible bachelor or bachelorette that so few people choose to acknowledge. To this day, Brad Womack is the only person to walk into the sunset with himself as his only company, and Desiree is the only other candidate tha could follow in his footsteps.
1. Brooks Forester – We still for whatever reason think that there is no way that this season ends on the terrible note of last week, and based on all of the talk about Desiree being happy now, Brooks returning seems to be the only way that she could feel that way. What we’re most interested in is if he does make it back, how does he justify any of what he said back when he was having doubts about staying on the show?
What scenario do you think is the most likely? We’ll have more tomorrow, but for now, just be sure to click here for more news related to “The Bachelorette.”