You might want to sit down for this one. After days of speculating who ABC will choose to be the next Bachelorette, we finally have some answers. Before I dive into the juicy stuff, let’s remember what we already know about the upcoming season. The next season was set to begin filming in Jasper Lodge in Alberta, Canada, but Reality Steve recently revealed that he heard reports that the show is now looking at U.S. locations. Either way, North America still seems like the likeliest option. So, no European adventures this season… *sigh.*
But, I do have a feeling that the next season of The Bachelorette is going to be great because of the show’s choice! Are you ready to find out? Swipe left…
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Excited?! Same. Honestly, Katie Thurston will be a badass Bachelorette. She’s the only contestant I’ve ever seen that was able to go to a lead and tell them that there’s toxicity in the house without having it backfire. She’s not trying to stir the pot—she’s just mature and tired of the BS happening in the house.
According to Reality Steve, Chris Harrison will make the announcement during After the Final Rose, as we previously predicted. Katie is going to have a one-on-one date with Matt James on Monday’s episode and get eliminated. We don’t have more details yet, but just wait until tomorrow and we’ll see what leads to their break-up. In the meantime, fans are excited to see Katie as the next Bachelorette.
“Wow so happy the franchise didn’t fumble the bag this time, like i’m in shock they actually did something smart LMAO,” one fan commented. Another added, “I love this! She is so down to earth and relatable (non catty). Kaitlyn vibes. Very excited,” one user wrote, comparing her to past Bachelorette, Kaitlyn Bristowe.”
Although some fans were anticipating the franchise to choose Bri Springs or Abigail Heringer, I think we can all agree that Katie is the right woman for the job.
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