SPOILER alert! I repeat, SPOILER alert! It looks like the girl who gets her heart broken by Sean Lowe in this season’s final rose ceremony will come out on top, as she is set to be the next ‘Bachelorette.’
While Sean Lowe‘s fiancée endures a sexless engagement, his runner up is looking set to enjoy a life full of romance, dates and hot tub fun, as she is going to be the next Bachelorette! A new report says that the woman who will finish in second place on this season of The Bachelor will be the newest star of the Bachelorette. WARNING: do not keep reading unless you want to know!
And the next Bachelorette will be… Lindsay Yenter!
Lindsay Yenter To Be The Next ‘Bachelorette’?
It looks like the Missouri beauty Lindsay, 24, will get her heart broken by Sean at the final rose ceremony, but it’s all good, because she is going to get her own season of the ABC show! Lindsay’s popularity on The Bachelor has sealed the deal, apparently.
“They [ABC] will obviously take into consideration which girls are most liked by the public on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media outlets, but it’s safe to say that Lindsay Yenter is the front runner right now and will probably get it,” reports Reality Steve.
Hooray! For those of you who follow HollywoodLife.com‘s coverage of The Bachelor, you will know that I am rooting for Lindsay to win. Ever since she stepped out of the limo on the first night wearing a wedding dress, she has proved what a great contestant she is. And while I am devastated that she is not going to win, this will totally make up for it!
HollywoodLife.com reached out to ABC, who politely declined to comment on the rumors.
Sidenote: If you want to know who Sean picks over Lindsay, you just have to click here.
What do YOU think HollywoodLifers? Do YOU think Lindsay would make a great Bachelorette?
— Eleanore Hutch
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