Mark your calendars, “Bachelor” nation, because you won’t want to miss Monday’s episode of the ABC reality show. Besides it being the Season 19 finale, creator Mike Fleiss revealed on Twitter that the show is going to reveal the next star of “The Bachelorette.”
Fleiss has been tweeting about having to make a decision for the past few weeks, and fans have been going crazy. Viewers seem to be split between Britt, the 27-year-old Hollywood waitress, and Kaitlyn, the 29-year-old dance instructor from Vancouver. The lucky lady who will land the new title of “The Bachelorette” (if it’s even either of them) will be announced during the “After the Final Rose” special.
My mom wants Britt, my sister wants Kaitlyn, but my Ouija board says Ashley S...
— Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) March 3, 2015
I have a major announcement to make-- Cannonball!!!
— Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) March 4, 2015
We will make The Announcement during Monday Night's finale!!!
— Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) March 5, 2015
Viewers last saw Britt and Kaitlyn during last Monday’s “Women Tell All.” Britt got to confront Carly and some of the other contestants who believed that she wasn’t on “The Bachelor” for the right reasons. Although some fans were suspicious of Britt, she seemed to win over some fans that believed that she was bullied throughout the season. Meanwhile, Kaitlyn received the biggest round of applause from the audience when she was introduced. She got the opportunity to talk to Chris about what went wrong, and call him out for his cruel break up.
Before the announcement can be made, fans of “The Bachelor” have to watch Chris Soules choose between Whitney and Becca. After surviving the fantasy suite, both women will travel to Chris’ hometown of Arlington, Iowa to meet his family. Although each contestant is head over heels for the 33-year-old farmer, they’ll have to get past Chris’ mom and sisters in order to walk away with that final rose.
Following the two-hour finale, “Bachelor” host Chris Harrison will sit down with Chris and the Season 19 winner during the “After the Final Rose” special. But before Chris can have his public happily-ever-after, he’ll have to come face-to-face one last time with the girl he didn’t choose. It’s during this one-hour event that the new “Bachelorette” will be named.
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