BACHELOR in Paradise alum Clare Crawley is reportedly set as the next Bachelorette.
Peter Weber’s down to his final three ladies on the 2020 season of The Bachelor, but apparently none of the women from his season will be the franchise's next leading lady.
The official 2020 announcement doesn’t arrive until Monday morning on Good Morning America, but blogger Reality Steve, who’s known for his Bachelor Nation scoop, reports Clare has been chosen.
Earlier today, Reality Steve tweeted: “Monday morning on GMA, Clare Crawley will be named the ‘Bachelorette.’”
“…[she’s] passionate, emotional, and def falls hard.”
He thinks she’ll meet five of her Bachelorette guys during the second half of Pilot Pete’s finale.
This will be her fifth time taking part in the popular ABC franchise.
Clare was the runner-up in Juan Pablo Galavis’ season of The Bachelor in 2014, participated in seasons 1 and 2 of Bachelor in Paradise and, most recently, competed on The Bachelor Winter Games in 2018.
She met Benoit Beauséjour-Savard during her time on Winter Games, and the two got engaged during the Tell All show.
They split later that year.
In 2017, Rachel Lindsay, then 32, was cast as the new Bachelorette and became the oldest woman chosen for the role.
At 38, Clare will be taking over that title.
Filming is reportedly set to begin on Friday, March 13, and she’ll celebrate her 39th birthday a week later on March 20th.
As of now, RS says they’ll shoot in Chattanooga, Tennessee for an episode at the end of next month, and the cast will also visit Iceland for a little bit.
Fan theories suggested over the course of the week suggested Clare as a possibility, along with Kelsey Weier, Tayshia Adams, Kelley Flanagan and Tia Booth.
The Bachelorette season 16 announcement will officially be made on ABC’s Good Morning America on Monday.
Season 24 of The Bachelor continues Monday night on ABC with its Women Tell All episode at 8 p.m.
Its two-part finale will air on March 8 and 9.
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