Entertainment Why It's Hard For A Woman On 'The Bachelor' To Be The Next Bachelorette

16:18  13 september  2017
16:18  13 september  2017 Source:   ELLE

The Bachelor's Laura responds to suggestions she's the spitting image of Georgia Love

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Why the production cycle of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette Australia makes it hard for women on The Bachelor to become the next Bachelorette . Why It ' s Hard For A Woman On ' The Bachelor ' To Be The Next Bachelorette .

Where previous bachelors like Ben actually had the newborn-baby capacity to think things like “ it ’ s very strange to date 20 women on Loren Grush: Loren drops Rachel, concluding that because she has just been announced as the next Bachelorette on ABC it is unlikely that she will be marrying Nick.

  Why It's Hard For A Woman On 'The Bachelor' To Be The Next Bachelorette © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Watching the finale of The Bachelor Australia is always bittersweet, because before we get to the happy ending, we have to witness someone’s heartbreak first.

This week, we will see the culmination of Matty J’s journey as 2017’s Bachelor, when he chooses either Laura Byrne, Elise Stacy or Tara Pavlovic as the woman he plans to spend the rest of his life with.

Matty, a 30-year-old marketing manager from Sydney, knows firsthand what it’s like to have your heart broken on national television. It happened to him almost a year ago, when he met with Georgia Love on the rooftop of a hotel in Singapore, hopeful that she would tell him that he was the one she wanted. Alas, she told him that she was in love with someone else—a devastating blow to a man who’d put his heart on the line in one of the most unusual circumstances.

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But I’m assuming you guys never watched The Bachelor / Bachelorette with a social agenda. If you did, you’re exhausting. But it hits next level dumb when he doesn’t realize they’re asking why the gift was romantic. If he’d have said, “Threesome, because two women giving me a blowjob was my mom’ s

It ' s been obvious since approximately Week 2 that Rachel Lindsay is almost certainly going to choose Peter as her Bachelorette winner, so it ' s hard not to put more of your focus as a viewer on who the next Bachelor will be . So, why don't I immediately see him as the Bachelor ?

But it didn’t turn out so bad for Matty in the end! He became the second Australian contestant on The Bachelorette to step into the lead role’s shoes, following on from Richie Strahan, who was our TV Bachelor in 2016.

Sure, your feelings towards Matty may have shifted a bit, especially if you were one of his biggest fans when he was on The Bachelorette—we’re sure it’s a completely different experience to be one of 20 men trying to win one woman’s heart, and to then go through it from the other side. But hey, at least he had that shot. If anything, Richie and Matty are two out of three people in Australia who have had the fullest Bachelor and Bachelorette experience you could possibly have (unless Bachelor in Paradise makes its way down under, and we don’t see that happening any time soon).

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Rachel Lindsay, the first black woman to earn her own season of The Bachelorette and to have made it as far as she did ABC announced Lindsay as the next Bachelorette early; Nick Viall’s season of The Bachelor was still airing. Briana Payne: It ’ s hard for her in her scenario because she’s the first.

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The third person is Sam Frost, Australia’s inaugural Bachelorette. Sam was the perfect woman to assume this role for the first time because her Bachelor story is one for the history books.

Sam was a contestant on the show’s second season, when Blake Garvey, a deep-voiced real estate agent from Perth, was the Bachelor. Sam, who was super real and relatable, made it all the way to the end. Blake even proposed to her during the finale, which was filmed in Africa. Unlike the American version, there’s no expectation that the finale should have a proposal, so this was a big deal. Sam said yes. We thought we’d seen one of the happiest endings possible.

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You know, the one where I post the first pictures of some of Nick’s girls for next season’s “ Bachelor So it ’ s not too hard to tell who more contestants are once women who are eliminated start following Leila definitely looks kinda like Andi Dorfman at first glance. Probably one of the reasons why she

Most of us know what happened next. The Friday morning after the finale aired on Channel Ten, something was amiss. Media weren’t allowed to interview Blake, Sam or Lisa Hyde, the show’s runner-up, which is the standard publicity plan. It soon went public that Blake had broken up with Sam in the time between when the finale was filmed and when it aired, and that he had rekindled his romance with Louise Pillidge, the show’s second runner-up. It was quite the scandal!

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So, you can see why Sam was the obvious choice when it came to casting Australia’s first Bachelorette. Her story came full circle. She was finally the one calling the shots, and in the end, she chose Sasha Mielczarek, a handsome construction manager from down the coast. It was the perfect ending for Sam. Unfortunately, 18 months later, Sam and Sasha called it quits, and she’s now dating someone she’s been friends with for years.

Since then, there have been several contestants from The Bachelor who people believe deserve a second chance at love, but on their own terms. There was a big push from fans to make Nikki Gogan, the Perth-based real estate agent whose heart Richie broke, the next Bachelorette. But following on from Richie’s season, Channel Ten and Warner Bros. cast Georgia Love, someone from outside the existing Bachelor bubble, as the 2016 Bachelorette.

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In fact, it is so rare that a contestant does not take a liking to the bachelor that it made “ Bachelor history” (a term they like to use) when two women decided to leave on their own on the last season of The Bachelor , including this year’ s bachelorette , Andi Dorfman.

Unfortunately, it ' s hard to answer that question with certainty at this point, HOWEVER, there is some evidence to peruse, that may suggest that yes, Peter Kraus Rumor has it that Peter is vying for to be the next Bachelor , and in fact, might not have even wanted to win The Bachelorette in the first place.

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That was last year, though. Surely, if Nikki hadn’t found love in the real world this year, she would have been an obvious choice for 2017? Nope—the honour has gone to Sophie Monk this time, which is history-making in its own way as she will be the first celebrity Bachelorette in the world.

Here’s the thing: the current production cycle of the Australian versions of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette doesn’t really allow for a contestant on The Bachelor to become the next Bachelorette. Unlike America—which airs the two versions of the show back-to-back pretty much all year round, with a season of Bachelor in Paradise thrown in every now and then—Australia only airs one season of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette a year.

It’s always The Bachelor first, followed by The Bachelorette—and this is why it’s been so easy for a man on The Bachelorette to make the transition from contestant to suitor. Not much time has lapsed, so they’re still relevant, and people are still invested in them. With a few months of downtime between filming, it’s the perfect amount of time to get over heartbreak and then emotionally prepare to do the heart-breaking.

But the timing isn’t fair for the women. It’s been over a year since Nikki was last on our screens—would people care as much about her love life after such a huge gap in time? The momentum is gone.

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A die- hard Bachelor fan and a cynic walk into a casting room I spent the next hour filling out the Bachelor application by hand. Why do you want to find love on our show? Honestly, why not? It seems like a good opportunity to meet people I wouldn't otherwise run into—and I think it ' s important

Why They’re Better Than “ The Bachelor ”: Rather than plopping a pool of dishwater-dull women (with one crazy thrown in) down in a house She wins points for ribbing him on how hard it was to write a song for someone “as unattractive as him,” a joke that most men can appreciate if they’re confident.

The same thing will probably happen to one of the three girls Matty doesn’t pick, particularly Tara, who is undeniably the fan favourite. If Matty doesn’t choose her, the consolation prize could be a whole show of Tara starring on The Bachelorette! But it just doesn’t seem to work with this production schedule.

Really, Australia is so far behind its American counterpart when it comes to this, but after a million seasons they really are in a different league.

It’s just a shame to think that women we’re already invested in, who we know are great TV talent, has less of a chance of being the next Bachelorette compared to a man.

But hey, it’s all about timing. And sometimes that’s the biggest problem when it comes to finding love, isn’t it?

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Matty J should be the next Bachelor, because his real story never made it to TV. .
It’s no secret that last year’s runner-up on The Bachelorette has a red hot chance of being this year’s The Bachelor.&nbsp;Marketing manager Matty J has already proven that he is the whole package. He’s sweet, charming and able to communicate those traits on cue.

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