Here at The Motherish, we have a theory.
It’s not a fleeting thought. It’s not an inkling. It’s a solid hypothesis, which we’ve rigorously investigated, and we now have some strong* evidence to support it.
*dubious at best.
Lana Jeavons-Fellows, the luscious-haired runner up of the 2015 season of The Bachelor, is totes the new Bachelorette.
The theory was first established by Dr. Rosie Waterland, during an episode of the highly-esteemed TV show podcast, The Binge. When asked her opinion on who the next Bachelorette would be, Dr. Waterland, who is internationally recognised as the leading expert in all things Bachelor/Bachelorette-related, said, “I have noticed that Lana, the girl who came second on The Bachelor last year, has been popping up on the Daily Mail every day…. and I feel like she is very subtly getting put in the spotlight by some savvy publicists.”
She continued, “Nobody just out of nowhere just starts appearing in the Daily Mail everyday, so I get the feeling that it may be her.”
Listen to Rosie Waterland pose her theory here:
She has a point. But, of course she has a point. She’s a world-renowned expert for gods sake.
So let’s review the five most compelling pieces of evidence that suggest Lana Jeavons-Fellows is indeed, the next Bachelorette.
The best predictor of what happens on The Bachelorette, is what happens on The Bachelor. Right?
Essentially, The Bachelorette is the feminist answer to The Bachelor, and it imitates the style and structure of it’s predecessor. SO, if Richie Strahan, who was in Sam Frost’s words, ‘the real runner-up’ of The Bachelorette, is Australia’s new Bachelor, it LOGICALLY FOLLOWS that the runner-up of The Bachelor will be our Bachelorette. It’s just science.
Call me Einstein.