After Reality Steve revealed the name of “The Bachelorette” star Hannah Brown’s Season 15 real winner, talk has already started to swirl about who will become ABC’s next “The Bachelor” lead in 2020.

[Warning: The article contains spoilers for the current “The Bachelorette” season.]

According to the notorious spoiler blogger, he is considering 2019 contestants Tyler Cameron and Peter Weber as the top contenders to be the network’s next “Bachelor.” Noting the number of inquiries he received about who will become the next “Bachelor” after naming Jed Wyatt as Hannah’s “Bachelorette” winner and fiancé (the blogger initially named Tyler as the winner), he shared his insight on the network’s next lead on Wednesday.

“Well, he hasn’t been named the next ‘Bachelor,’ but obviously since he’s not with Hannah, he’s for sure in the running,” Reality Steve wrote of Tyler. “I’d say it’s between Tyler and Peter now. Don’t think I’m going out on a limb with that one. Pretty easy to say.”

Later in the article, he continued to share his thoughts on one of the two stars taking the lead next, writing, “I’d say Tyler or Peter are your best bets now.”

As for which way ABC is “leaning” he said he is still unsure. “I have no idea. Still over two months away from that decision being made. So many things can happen. But yes, if Tyler is a single man come end of August, of course he’ll be considered for the role.”

Earlier reports from Reality Steve note that Tyler, a 26-year-old general contractor from Jupiter, Florida, will place second in the Season 15 competition show. As for Peter, the 27-year-old pilot from Westlake, California, is rumored to take third place.

For now, fans can tune into “The Bachelorette” on Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.

"The Bachelorette" lead Hannah Brown is pictured with contestant Tyler Cameron (left) and Peter Weber (right). ABC