If The Next Bachelorette Was Chosen By 'Bachelor' Alumni, Here's Who'd Be Gracing Our Sceens

Everyone wants to know which lucky lady will get to be the next Bachelorette. We don't even know who Ben Higgins has chosen as the Bachelor winner this season, yet fans' minds are racing with possibilities for the next Bachelorette. It will likely be someone who made it pretty far during this current season, and fans have been busy voicing their opinions on Twitter, which is nothing new, but what about the franchise veterans? Who do The Bachelor alumni want to be the next Bachelorette?

While many past contestants have been very vocal about their opinions this season through their live reaction tweets, there have not been a ton of opinions about who the next Bachelorette should be. (I suspect this is because a lot of the women want to be the next Bachelorette themselves!)

Nevertheless, not everyone in the Bachelor family has been tight-lipped. There have been a few people who have shared their opinions. And although some of the choices are a little outrageous and are people who don't have an affiliation with the Bachelor franchise at all, they are all pretty solid ideas. Check their choices out below and see if you agree or would go for someone totally different.

Kaitlyn Bristowe — Amanda Stanton

I'm not sure if admitting to only seeing one episode gives her the most credibility with her decision, but Kaitlyn Bristowe isn't wrong: Amanda Stanton would be a great Bachelorette! Plus, Kaitlyn was a Bachelorette herself so she definitely knows what it takes.

Ali Fedotowsky — Jubilee Sharpe

Ali tweeted this in response to Jubilee crying during the episode when she was eliminated. And I have to be honest with you, I was thinking the same thing: Jubilee's exit speech about never finding love sounded like an audition for The Bachelorette.

Jillian Harris — Becca Tilley

Just like the rest of us (sane) fans, Jillian Harris appreciates the perfection that is Becca Tilley. It is so obvious that Becca should be the next Bachelorette! Bachelor Nation is already so invested in her journey for love so it makes perfect sense.

Ashley Spivey — Emily & Haley Ferguson

It would be pretty interesting to have twin Bachelorettes — it would just be tough to tell them apart. I think it would make sense to tweak the format a little bit so they could both stick around and look for love while the men and the audience gets to know them better.

Nick Viall — Jade Tolbert

When Tanner Tolbert tweeted Nick Viall to see who he thought would be the next Bachelorette, Nick had a pretty funny response: "Jade." That is pretty hilarious since Jade and Tanner just got married and Nick has made it to the final two on the last two seasons of The Bachelorette . It is never going to happen, but the Twitter exchange was pretty comical.

Jaclyn Swartz — JoJo Fletcher

This is a great choice for the next Bachelorette — unless JoJo ends up winning The Bachelor ! But it is pretty hard to deny the chemistry between Ben and Lauren B., so I think there is a solid chance that JoJo will be available to star in a dating show of her own.

Andi Dorfman — Kris Jenner

This is an amazing idea. I think that America would love to see Kris Jenner put herself out there to look for her soulmate. Plus, it means that her famous children would be making some appearances. This would be reality television gold! Genius idea, Andi.

Chris Bukowski — Caitlyn Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner knows what it's like to live in the reality TV spotlight, so it wouldn't be too tough for her to adjust to a dating show. Plus, she is an established celebrity, an advocate for the LGBT community, and much older than the Bachelorettes we've seen so far. This would be an exciting season for many reasons and bring some great diversity to a franchise that definitely needs it.

Carly Waddell — Taylor Swift

Everyone would tune in if Taylor Swift was The Bachelorette — well, everyone with the exception of her current boyfriend Calvin Harris.

With The Bachelor coming to a close, it won't be much longer before we get a definite answer to this question, but these Bachelor alums have some great ideas. From current contestants to random famous people, these are all women who I would support looking for love on reality television. I just hope that the producers are stalking these Bachelor alumni's tweets the way I have been!

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