Will Chase McNary soon have the chance to write his own happily ever after?
Those who watch The Bachelorette online or on television saw this suitor’s journey come to an end this past Monday night.
But while McNary was disappointed in JoJo Fletcher's decision to send him home, a contingent of his fans believe this was the best possible fate for Chase.
Because now he can go from contestant to star and select his very own one true love.
Indeed, McNary has confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that he has talked to producers about anchoring Season 21 of The Bachelor.
"The discussions are there," said McNary, a 27-year old medical sales rep, who also admitted to having concerns about becoming the man in charge of the roses.
"I don't know - there's a lot of weight there."
True. But also a lot of gorgeous, desperate women!
"There [are] a lot of expectations, and I'm not scared of it … but I definitely want to make the smart decision and the right decision before I totally accept that position," McNary said.
He went on to explain that it might be challenging for him to be up front with emotions when faced 25 different women, considering that it took him a long time to share his most personal feelings with Fletcher.
Of course, McNary may never get this opportunity.
Luke Pell was also given the boot by Fletcher this week and he's also in contention to serve as The Bachelor.
"It's a possibility," said the 31-year old the war veteran. "I definitely would not pass on it!"
Which of these cast-offs with JoJo choose?
Both would be "phenomenal choices," she told Entertainment Tonight.
Can she elaborate?
"Both are extremely good-looking, but besides that they are great guys," she said.
On August 1, Fletcher will decide herself between Jordan Rodgers or Robby Hayes, at which point the man she rejects will presumably also be in the running for Bachelor.
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