July 23, 2014 07:00 AM by Lisa Princ
As fans are ready to watch Andi Dorfman choose which man she will marry on The Bachelorette, rumors, spoilers, and speculation have been buzzing like crazy about which one of her eliminated guys will end up as the next star of The Bachelor. In a shocking twist of events however, it may not be one of Andi’s bachelors at all! Warning – spoilers inside…
Facebook and Twitter have been buzzing for some time now about who will be the next star of The Bachelor, especially after Reality Steve spoiled it, claiming that Chris Soules would be the next star. But Steve wasn’t the only who spoiled it, as former Bachelorette star, Emily Maynard recently posted on her website: “I think every girl in America will be signing up to be on the next season of The Bachelor in hopes of meeting Chris,” while former Bachelor star, Sean Lowe also hinted that it would be Chris on social media.
But, could they all be throwing us for a loop? Or perhaps the producers are trying to fool everyone? Why, you may ask? Because according to another insider, producers have their eyes on someone else to fill the spot – Arie Luyendyk Jr.! Oh no, not another dose of
Mr. Sleazy Arie. Sadly, it could very well be a reality as the source dished to The Hollywood Gossip: “Producers have already filmed him at home in Arizona, and even sent a personal trainer to get him in shape for TV. They think he’d be perfect.”
But don’t count Chris out just yet, either. No word has been leaked on whether or not Arie would even do the show, and other sources claim that producers are speaking with both men.
Now it’s your turn to sound off! Would you rather see Chris or Arie as the next star of The Bachelor? We know you have an opinion and we want to hear it. Comment below to share your thoughts with us.
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