Since most of the dudes on Desiree Hartsock's season of The Bachelorette are turning out to be real zeros -- it's looking like ABC might have a pretty tough time choosing one of them to be the next Bachelor. Duh, I'm sure all of Des' rejects are hoping to land the gig, considering that's how whoever snags the role usually gets cast -- by being dumped by whoever the current Bachelorette is.
But there's really nobody in the group that America has fallen in love with yet. That's why it's probably not a bad idea for ABC to take a look at men from past seasons and possibly give one of them a second chance at finding love on TV.
And it looks like there might be a pretty strong contender -- since Sean Lowe thinks Jef Holm should be The Bachelor and woo us all with his fancy skateboarding skills yet again.
Yep, even though Sean and Jef competed for Emily Maynard's affections, they're apparently still pretty good pals -- which is probably why Sean endorsed Jef on Twitter for the Bachelor spot.
He said, "Does anyone else think @jefholm should be the next Bachelor? Just a thought."
Um, I do. (Raises hand.)
Think about it for a second. Who would you rather make fun of watch all season -- Jef, or one of these lame-os from Des' group of suitors?
Yeah. That's what I thought. Ratings have been awful for The Bachelorette this time around, so ABC has to give the next Bachelor spot to someone who's kinda controversial but yet still lovable and charming at the same time. OMG. Jef totally fits the bill on that one! Sure, he's taken a bit of a beating since his split from Emily, but he's still a fun, cool dude. That makes for great television, which is really all that matters when it comes to the next season of The Bachelor anyway.
Oh come on, wouldn't you rather roll your eyes and spew insults at The Bachelor than snore through the entire season like we're doing with Desiree?
See? Jef as the next Bachelor is brilliant. I told ya. Er, I mean Sean Lowe did. (Great minds think alike.)
Who do you think should be the next Bachelor?
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