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The Bachelor fans tear up ‘worst choice ever’ for new lead as new season kicks off in shock over wild Bachelorette finale

BACHELOR fans have been tearing up the show’s upcoming lead after it was announced during The Bachelorette’s live finale.

The show’s viewers also picked the woman who made the first impression in a rare twist with host Jesse Palmer.


Zach Shallcross, best known for appearing on The Bachelorette Season 19, was announced as the new Bachelor during Tuesday’s live finale.

“There are no words, I’m just taking this right now. It’s pretty amazing,” the technical manager told Jesse as the audience applauded the new star.

Sharing his message for the upcoming season’s contestants, Zach told potential fiancés, “Come in ready for love. It’s really important to let yourself be vulnerable. If you let yourself be real, be open to finding love. love, it can happen.”

However, not everyone was a fan of the new leader.

“The new Bachelor season is already boring,” one viewer complained on Twitter.

Another agreed: “I hope Zach’s personality improves. He’s a bit dry…”

But others were more optimistic about the upcoming season.

“Everyone is bullshitting about Zach being the bachelor but honestly he is emotionally mature and ready to find love so I totally agree,” one wrote. .


Fans already know the California technical director from his on-screen romance with 26-year-old Rachel Recchia.

However, Zach is still single after growing apart from Rachel after their failed date with Fantasy Suite in Mexico.

Zach is described on Bachelor Nation’s official website as an “old-fashioned romantic” who is “serious about finding love that will lead to marriage.”

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