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‘The Bachelor’ Poll: Who Will Get The Final Rose From The Three Women Left Vying For Peter’s Heart?

Hometowns are over, and now we move on to next week’s ‘Fantasy Suites” episode  of ABC’s The Bachelor, which we know already has some drama, because Madison is saving herself from marriage, and from all the previews an ultimatum may be given to Peter from her!

This season of The Bachelor is supposed to conclude with something that has never happened before, or is very drama-filled.

The question is: from the three women left in the reality-dating competition; does anyone of them get the final rose and Peter’s heart?

We have Hannah Ann, Madison and Victoria F. who will be on next week’s episode when the series heads to Australia for the seemingly all-important episode.

But will none of these women get a proposal? Will someone such as Hannah Brown come back at the end and stir things up? Is there someone else from Peter’s past about to pop up?

Vote below on who you think Peter chooses in the end in our ‘Bachelor’ Poll.  Then let us know in the comment section why you cast your vote that way.

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Jesse Palmer Named as New Host of ‘The Bachelor’ Replacing Chris Harrison

Apparently, The Bachelor has finally found their man! No not another lead, but the host.  After Chris Harrison’s departure amid controversy, after hosting every season of the the series until last year, ABC has announced that Jesse Palmer will now take the spot.

Palmer is no stranger to ‘Bachelor Nation’ and the mechanics of the competition-dating reality series.  Jesse was the series lead back in 2004 for its fifth season.

In a statement on his new gig, Jesse expressed: “For more than 20 years, The Bachelor has brought the world dozens of unforgettable love stories, including at one time, my own. Falling in love is one of life’s greatest gifts, and I am humbled by the opportunity to return to the show as host this season to offer the newest Bachelor advice gained from firsthand experience, and I am grateful to play a small part in his journey.”

ABC announced that the new season of The Bachelor will premiere in early 2022.

As sports fans know, Palmer  is a former college and NFL quarterback, and is a college football analyst for ESPN.

In addition, Jesse hosted the short-lived reality series The Proposal, which was created by The Bachelor’s Mike Fleiss.

So, what do you think of Jesse Palmer as the new host of The Bachelor? Good choice? Not-so-good choice? Weigh-in via the comment section below.

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REPORT: Clayton Echard Cast as the Next ‘Bachelor’ for its Upcoming 26th Season

After all the turmoil of the previous ‘Bachelor’ seasons, it looks like the ABC reality-dating competition may have found their man.

Multiple sources are reporting that Clayton Echard, who no one has seen yet, and who appears as a suitor in Michelle Young’s season of The Bachelorette, has actually been given the nod to be the lead in the new upcoming 26th season of the series.

On Wednesday, leaked photos appeared online of Echard with a camera crew by E! News  questioning if he would be the new “Bachelor.”

Variety is saying that their sources are saying Echard is ABC’s choice for the lead, but that no official announcement will be forthcoming especially since Young’s season of The Bachelorette which bows October 19th had not even begun.

What we can glean on Echard from his Instagram page is that he is 28-years-old and from Missouri and played college football at U of Missouri and was signed as pro to play with tight end with the Seattle Seahawks, but he is now an orthopaedic saleman.

So, will you be watching the new season of The Bachelor when it comes around most likely in January 2022? Comment below.

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Lil Jon, Lance Bass & Tituss Burgess Added To Celebrity Guest Hosts Replacing Chris Harrison on ‘Bachelor in Paradise’

Now that Chris Harrison is completely gone from the ‘Bachelor’ franchise, more names were added revealed today as guest hosts for the upcoming summer season of ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise.

Previously, David Spade was named as one of the celebs who will make an appearance, now Variety is reporting that Lil Jon, Lance Bass and Tituss Burgess will all take a turn at hosting the series that is currently in production in Mexico,

As well, the report indicates that former ‘Bachelorette’ contestant Wells Adams and his fiancée Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland will also appear on the series this summer, but just how, and their roles in it, are undisclosed at this moment.

Harrison took to social media yesterday after his official exit from Bachelor Nation expressing: “I’ve had a truly incredible run as host of ‘The Bachelor’ franchise, and now I’m excited to start a new chapter. I’m so grateful to Bachelor Nation for all of the memories we’ve made together. While my two-decade journey is wrapping up, the friendships I’ve made will last a lifetime.”

So, what do you think of this slew of guest hosts replacing Chris Harrison on Bachelor in Paradise? Comment below.

 

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