We reported earlier in the day that the next “Bachelor” is going to be announced during the “After the Final Rose” special of “The Bachelorette” Sunday, but one question still remains: Who is going to be handing out these roses? There are many candidates, but in the thunderdome of dating shows, there can really only be one.
With so little evidence, it’s hard to know where to go with this. We’re focusing our rankings here on who from Desiree Hartsock’s season could be the new leading man, so we’re not including outliers like Jef Holm into the mix. Some of our primary factors right now are screentime, edit, and also what the opinion of these contestants is in the eye of the public.
5. Brooks Forester – We still think that he is going to win this season, and we also think that he would give someone a rose, take it back, and then walk away halfway through an episode.
4. Chris Siegfried – The season would be a giant poem. Anyone who would get sent home would be the people who did not get poems. “The Bachelor: The Poetry Book of Love.” No thanks.
3. Zak Waddell – He’s likable, he’s funny, he’s free-spirited, and he likes to take his shirt off. But do we need another guy from Texas to lead this show after Brad Womack, Jake Pavelka, and Sean Lowe?
2. Drew Kenney – Clearly, he loves Desiree. He also seems to want to be with someone and find them in the right way, but does he really have the entertainment factor to be a star? We’re skeptical.
1. Juan Pablo Galavis – He did not get that much screentime all season long, but he got a ton during the “Men Tell All.” The ladies like him, he wants love, and he’s different. Where can we get him to sign up?
Who do you want to see as the next “Bachelor”? If you want to see more preview material for Sunday night’s “The Bachelorette” episode, be sure to head on over to the link here.