Two big Bachelor franchise announcements: Michelle's 30 guys and a new host


There has been so much to digest lately for us fans of everything Bachelor franchise-related! For starters, "Bachelor In Paradise" has it's season finale next Tuesday and the trailer hinted at a return from Kendall, possibly while Grocery Store Joe in about to propose. WHAT??

And then, Michelle Young, the next Bachelorette, is set for her season to premiere two Tuesdays later on Tuesday, October 19th. ABC released all 30 of Michelle's men... see them here. And if these pictures are any indication, it looks like she's going to have a hard time deciding which guy to pick (wink, wink)!!! Except (cue the drama)... People Magazine is already hinting at something "alarming" with one of the contestants. And the show hasn't even started yet!

Could Michelle's season be the "most dramatic season in Bachelorette history?" I don't know. Plus, that's Chris Harrison's line. Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe will once again co-host "The Bachelorette." However, the two will not be hosting "The Bachelor" when it makes a return for season 26 in 2022. It was just announced that Jesse Palmer will step into the role of host. Of course, Jesse was The Bachelor in season 5, which aired in 2004, and has had a great relationship with ABC/Disney since with roles on "Good Morning America," ESPN, ABC News, and hosting stints on ABC's "The Proposal" and "The Ultimate Surfer," which is currently airing.

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