New 'Bachelorette' to Be Announced After 'Bachelor' Finale
The new candidate of "The Bachelorette" will be announced on "The Bachelor" special, "After the Final Rose" this Monday, March 1. A rep from ABC has confirmed that the bachelorette will also visit "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" right after that.
If ABC were to follow its last two patterns, then the new bachelorette will be one of the women whom this season's bachelor dumped. Two names which have surfaced as potential bachelorette are Ali Fedotowsky and Gia Allemand. They have personally revealed their willingness to join the show. Gia said after her exit, "Yeah, I would definitely consider it. It's such an amazing experience. I would love to find love and see how it is on the other end." Meanwhile, Ali said, "It would be so exciting and wonderful."
Whomever will be the new bachelorette, she would be interviewed by Jimmy Kimmel along with some of the new cast of "Dancing with the Stars". Celebrities who will burn the dance floor this season are announced during the final rose ceremony of "The Bachelor".
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