Are Kaitlyn Bristowe & Tayshia Adams Hosting The Bachelorette Again?

Attention everyone feeling super bummed that Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe weren’t picked as permanent hosts of every single Bachelor Nation show: we’re low-key convinced they’re still gonna be hosting The Bachelorette. Why, you ask? Several reasons.

First of all, Kaitlyn just gave an interview to Us Weekly and was asked about Jesse Palmer hosting The Bachelor instead of her and Tayshia. Check out what she said:

“We never really thought that would be our position. I mean, we never really thought we’d still be here for a second season hosting. I think it’s cool to have a male that’s been in that position help mentor the lead and say, ‘I’ve been here, I’ve done this and I’m here to help you.’ So it made sense for me that they got a past Bachelor and also someone that, like, has been in a hosting role before. He’s gonna do a really great job.”

Meanwhile, Kaitlyn was also asked if she’d be down to do more seasons of The Bachelorette, and said THIS:

“I love hosting. I love being in a position to help the Bachelorette and be, like, somebody who can really empower them and give confidence and validate their insecurities and just help them navigate through that journey because I would’ve loved to have somebody like that there for me. And I like being that person that can help.”

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I mean, it honestly makes sense that The Bachelor would be hosted by a former Bachelor star who can lend advice, and that The Bachelorette would be hosted by former Bachelorette stars who can do the same.

And then there’s this: If you go back to Jesse Palmer’s statement about being named host of Clayton’s season, he never actually mentioned any other show but The Bachelor:

“For more than 20 years, ‘The Bachelor’ has brought the world dozens of unforgettable love stories, including at one time, my own,” Jesse said. “Falling in love is one of life’s greatest gifts, and I am humbled by the opportunity to return to the show as host this season to offer the newest Bachelor advice gained from firsthand experience and I am grateful to play a small part in his journey.”

Meanwhile, insiders told Variety that while Jesse was initially expected to continue hosting Bachelor and Bachelorette “nothing is set in stone — and the network has not renewed either series beyond their next upcoming seasons.”

Reading between the lines, it seems like there’s a chance ABC could hire Jesse as a permanent Bachelor host, and continue having Tayshia and Kaitlyn host The Bachelorette. Which, they fully should, because these two are doing an amazing job and no one else could do it better!

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