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Chris Soules on whether he's over Andi Dorfman and ready to be next Bachelor

TV personality Andi Dorfman attends the 2014 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 18, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Two questions that are likely on the minds of "The Bachelorette" fans is whether finalist Chris Soules is over Andi Dorfman already and if he'll be the next star of "The Bachelor." In an interview with Yahoo TV, posted on Tuesday, July 15, Chris answered both questions.

As for his current feelings about Andi, Chris indicated that he has moved on. When asked if he's over her now, he said that he believes that Andi will make a great mom and wife to someone but that it just wasn't meant to be between him and Andi. He added that a good thing about the show's process is that it forces those who are sent home to keep a low profile and not date anyone while the season finishes airing, which gives them time to think about what happened and move on with their lives.

Luckily for fans of the Iowa farmer, there's a good chance that they'll see him as the next Bachelor. While Chris pointed out that he hasn't been offered the role, he pretty much said that he would give a definite yes if asked. He said that the decision would be a "a no-brainer" for him because it would give him the opportunity to meet 25 women, women who are presumably already interested in him and know that they'll have to live in Iowa on a farm, that he would otherwise not meet.

In a recent Twitter chat, host Chris Harrison confirmed that producers have yet to make a decision on who will be the next star of "The Bachelor." He said that while Chris is "obviously on the short list," there are also others in consideration.

Whether Chris Soules will be the next Bachelor and if not, who will, will likely be answered at next week's "Men Tell All" special. Andi Dorfman was announced as the next Bachelorette at the end of Juan Pablo Galavis' "Women Tell All" special. The "Men Tell All" special airs on Monday, July 21.

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