Bachelor Producer Reveals the Other Women Who Were Almost the Next Bachelorette

Hannah Brown was announced as the next Bachelorette at The Bachelor season 23 Final Rose Live.

The Bachelor/Bachelorette producer, Rob Mills, reveals which other contestants from Colton Underwood’s season were almost cast as the next Bachelorette.

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“This is similar to when Colton was named the Bachelor and I was asked, why Colton and not Blake or Jason? I said then that it was basically a three-way tie and really a tough decision,” he tells The Hollywood Reporter. “And this was the same thing. This case was basically a five-way tie.”

“We met with Hannah Brown, Hannah Godwin, Tayshia Adams, Caelynn Miller-Keyes and Demi Burnett [all from Colton Underwood’s season],” he added. “And they were all great, but there was something about Hannah B.”

“Part of it was that she thought she was the dark horse, so she came in and had nothing to lose, saying, ‘I don’t know, I’m just going to be myself.’ There was just something different that we hadn’t seen in a Bachelorette before,” he added. “Very kind of charming and goofy. When she had her intro video for The Bachelor and she said, ‘I’m Hannah — all aboard the hot mess express!’, you think that’s probably just shtick. And then we figured out, no that’s actually true. I think that came through on the live show, too, when she met the first five guys.”

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“I think some people thought, ‘Oh my gosh, how is this person going to be the Bachelorette when they seem to really not know what to say or where to stand or what to do? And then there are people who said, ‘We’ve never seen this before and it seems endearing and charming.’ And I was in that camp. I think it’s very easy to teach somebody how to pick up a rose or say a name, but you can’t fake the natural sort of charm and nervousness and everything that she had, and I thought that was really, really great.”

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