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Ali Fedotowsky's Pick For The Bachelor? The Weatherman Instead of Brad Womack

Ali Fedotowsky

Ali Fedotowsky Wanted "Weatherman" To Be The Bachelor

Brad Womack was officially announced as the next Bachelor this past Monday night, but former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky thinks that ABC should’ve chosen one of the men from her season instead.

Her first choice for having his pick of 25 ladies? Jonathan Novack, a.k.a. “The Weatherman!” Ali says that since she and Roberto have a personal connection with him, they would’ve rather seen him take on the role. She also thought that he would be entertaining as The Bachelor, though she did add that people probably would’ve picked on him. After all, it’s pretty hard not to pick on the guy who was voted worst kisser by the girls in the house on Bachelor Pad.

Ali’s other picks for the show include Chris Lambton, of course. Who doesn’t love Chris? There is no doubt that he was the best choice for The Bachelor, but he turned down ABC’s offer in favor of living a normal life. He’s going to make one lucky lady very happy someday, and he will be an incredible husband and father.

In addition to Chris, Ali thought that lawyer, Craig R., or Kirk would’ve made a great leading man. She added that Kirk would’ve “cherished and appreciated every moment of the experience.”

As for Brad Womack, Ali says that she sympathizes with him, because people were so cruel to her when there were rumors circulating that she didn’t pick either man at the final rose ceremony. She also notes that she respects Brad for taking on the role of The Bachelor again because of how difficult it is.

How do you think Brad will do in his second attempt at finding true love?

Photo: Pacific Coast News

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