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'The Bachelor' 2015 revealed

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The question of who will be the next bachelor has finally been answered. On Monday, Reality Steve spoke out on Twitter and revealed that the hunky farmer Chris Soules will be the next star. He said that he knew this fact before the first episode of the show.

Andi Dorfman let Chris go on last night’s episode of “The Bachelor”. She said that the connection just wasn’t there. Andi was just too much of a city girl to have to live and work on a farm. She did not see their future lining up together. Fans expressed their feelings on Andi breaking up with Chris on his Twitter page. Many said that she let the best one go. Andi thought that it was just not meant to be.

Chris had revealed himself as the sweet secret admirer leaving beautiful flowers and special love notes for Andi throughout the season of the show. Everyone seemed to be team Chris when it came out that he was the admirer during a polygraph that was given during the week five episode of the show. After he admitted that indeed it was him sending her the love letters, their relationship appeared to strengthen, but they found out they just did not have much in common.

Chris has been described by fans as down-to-earth, honest, and caring. Speculations have been swirling among fans for some time that he would be the next bachelor. America seemed to fall in love with the handsome, hard working farmer.
Wet Paint reported that former Bachelorette Emily Maynard spoke out on her blog about Chris. She said “Who knew there were guys like Chris hiding out in the corn fields of Iowa? How does he know how to dress so well? Also, can I come over and drink wine with your sisters?” She has thought for a while that Chris was in the running to be the next bachelor.

Chris will get his second chance at love when "The Bachelor" airs in January 2015. This time he has total control of his love life. Auditions have already started and hopefully his future wife is in the mix.

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