Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor is almost halfway through airing. Since it is getting closer to the end, talk is heating up over who could become the next Bachelorette. Since Peter is apparently not going to end up with Hannah Brown, her name has also been thrown into the running for the next lead. Who else could possibly get selected for the leading role?
If not Hannah Brown as The Bachelorette then who?
There is a lot of talk about Hannah Brown getting the gig for the second time in a row. Reality Steve doesn’t even think this would be impossible. However, there are reasons for that. Almost everyone can agree that the women on Peter’s season do not really seem to be Bachelorette material. So if nobody from his season is desirable, who else could possibly get a chance at the lead?
Reality Steve went back four seasons to pick which women from The Bachelor franchise could be considered for the lead. Looking at the final four contestants from the past four seasons, there are only four of them that are even single. Steve said in his blog, “If not Hannah Brown, then Tayshia, Kendall, Tia, and Amanda are your only choices that fit the bill and would make any sense. And I think we can rule out Amanda because, well, they’re not gonna ask Amanda to be The Bachelorette.”
Steve goes on to say he has no idea what producers are thinking, but wanted to give fans some possible options.
Would Miss Brown consider taking the job again?
Bachelor host Chris Harrison has weighed in on the subject and says he would’t be opposed to seeing Hannah be The Bachelorette again. But, how does Hannah feel about it?
CheatSheet shared Hannah’s thoughts on the subject. She said, “I don’t know [if I’d be the bachelorette again]. I mean, hello. Did we see my ending?” Hannah went on to say, “Right now, I’m just trying to seize the opportunities that I have and feel very confident in the things that I say yes to. And also confident in the things that I know aren’t the best for me right now.”
As it stands, nobody is sure what route the producers are going to take. And while there will start being fan favorites submitted as nominations, in the end the producers will pick who they want to pick. They need someone fun and at least somewhat mature who is really in it for the right reasons.
Who do you think would make a good Bachelorette? Would you want to see Hannah Brown return for round two? Stay tuned to TV Shows Ace for more Bachelorette details as they emerge.