With ‘The Bachelor’ Finale, ABC made ‘The Bachelorette’ Something Like Never Before by Announcing Two Bachelorettes

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The Bachelor: After the Final Rose like always had a dramatic ending, as 2021 will be witnessing two Bachelorette seasons, according to the announcement made by ABC. the filled in host  Emmanuel Acho will be joined by the runner ups of the last season namely Katie Thurston and Michelle Young who have remained to be the favourite of the bachelor nation.

The announcement of them joining Acho was made recently. As a long-time, and fan favourites host Chris Harrison was discharged of the duties because of the racial and sexist comments and slurs, Acho took the place and also did complete justice to it. He made quite racially insensitive comments whilst defending ex-contestant Rachael Kirkconnell.

The season is all set to go on floors

The season starring Thurstonis all set to go into production next week and will be happily aired by the start of the summer. Thurston is all hyped up about being the leading lady for the season and that her hopes are extremely high. In a recent talk she opened up about the seriousness she is looking forward to with the show, she told the media houses that she is looking for a husband and nothing temporary. She also added that at this point in time in her life she thinks she is being and portraying the best version of the self and show believing the bachelor nation is for her.

After Rachel Lindsay and Tayshia Adams, the first two female black leads of the bachelorette seasons, Young is going to be the third. Being a tiny bit apprehensive to being extremely excited about being one of the two Bachelorette stars, young seems to be dangling in her emotions.

Before the network executives were drawn to Young, Thurston was their incidentally early favourite and thus found difficult to choose between the two, and so finally came to the decision to star both the ladies in two different season.