Kaitlyn Bristowe Just Spoiled 'Bachelorette' Ending -- Again

If there's one thing we know about this season's The Bachelorette, it seems to be everything — thanks to Kaitlyn Bristowe, who is refreshingly open and honest, but in a way that is likely making the show's producers very nervous. Bristowe recently revealed her thoughts on contestant Ben Higgins, and what she said kind of confirms something we suspected all along about his fate on the show.

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People recently asked the 30-year-old dancer which of her suitors she'd like to see as the next Bachelor. I don't know about you, but her response echoes one I've been thinking all along: Ben, who at just 26 seems more self-assured and put together than every other Season 11 contestant. Here's what she had to say about him:

I think he's just a well-rounded, solid guy who knows what he wants. Even though he's only 26, I feel like he's a very mature 26.

The problem with her sincere, sweet compliment is that it more or less means she is going to wind up choosing either Nick Viall (please, God, no) or Shawn Booth. Unless, of course, she has suddenly become a criminal mastermind capable of saying things to the press to throw fans off -- which is absolutely impossible given what seems to be her inability to lie (which is ordinarily a good thing, by the way).

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I'm not shocked. I assumed all along the winner would be Shawn or Nick, since an all-out war is currently being waged between the two -- with the help of creative editing, I'm sure. My feeling is that she'll pick Shawn over Nick because the latter has become something of a villain. Shawn is great, don't get me wrong, but I think the best guy for her is Ben.

Oh well -- her loss will be reality TV's gain, because Ben is totally going to be 2016's Bachelor pick.

What do you think about Ben Higgins as the next Bachelor? And who will Kaitlyn ultimately pick?

 

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