I really like Sean and Arie, and think Roberto is a great guy. They all have their pros and cons. I'm going to compare the three. Feel free to comment your thought below, but remember I have no part of the decision making.
|Sean at the Men Tell All.|
Photo Source: ABC
1. Great guy
2. Good looking
4. Has a nice family
5. Very fit
7. Believes in the process
8. His values
9. Ready to settle down
10. We get to see Kensington's cottage again
1. Has only had his heartbroken once
2. Hasn't been in a lot of serious relationships
|Emily and Arie at the After The Rose|
Photo Source: ABC
1. His face
2. Kissing style
3. Those eyes
4. Very sweet
5. Speaks Dutch
6. Drives race cars
9. Gets along with people well (His and Jef's bromance)
10. Wants to find love
1. Taking the journal to Emily, may not be ready for the process
2. Gone a lot while racing, but is free in the offseason
|Roberto on the red carpet|
Photo Source: People.com
1. Good looking
4. Speaks Spanish
5. Played baseball
6. Has a stable job
7. Lives in a warm climate
8. Has kept in touch with friends he made from The Bachelorette
9. His smile
10. Adds some diversity
1. Has already been picked on the show
2. Didn't appear to want to be in the spotlight
3. His season may have been too long ago
These guys are all really great. I think ABC should go with people who have been on the show lately, if they do not opt for someone new. Roberto's season was four seasons ago, and people were in love with the idea of him and Ali as a couple. He didn't appear to want to be in the spotlight. Tabloids have said it is him, but they have also claimed he has a girlfriend.
ABC may want to stay on this track of taking people from a few seasons ago. If they go with someone from Emily's season, I see them asking Arie first, because I have never known them to not ask the runner-up.
I cannot decided between Arie and Sean, so I think they should do a Double Bachelor. This could be set up in different ways. On the first night they could give the women roses and let them decide which Bachelor they want.
They could also let each Bachelor choose 10 people, if they like the same people, it could get interesting. It would really give the contestants some control in who they want, if they had to choose which one to date.
On the premiere, they could make them choose 10 or so women, and they could not be the same. Then the Bachelors would date their women. We could see one one-on-one from each guy, and a group date of them all. I think it could work.
Some people want a new person, we don't know. It could be an interesting twist, but ABC has found an equation that works for him. They want someone who the audience is already invested in, and will be easy for production to deal with. Former contestants already know how things will play out.
Who do you all want to be the Bachelor? I know you have an opinion. Comment below or tweet it to me @BachelorExpert. Mike Fleiss has been tweeting about how difficult the decision is, I wouldn't want to be in his place.