Who Should Be First Celebrity Bachelorette? This Oscar Winner Picked Over Mila Kunis or Taylor Swift
Rosemaster Chris Harrison would love someone like George Clooney as the Bachelor or Jennifer Aniston (if she weren't engaged) as the Bachelorette — but what about the real viewers?
Some 56,000 Americans voted in the Parade/omg.com survey asking who should be TV’s first celebrity Bachelorette. According to the New York Daily News, 24 percent of voters chose Oscar winner Sandra Bullock, age 48, with Mila Kunis, 29, taking second at 21 percent and Taylor Swift, 22, close behind at 20 percent.
So maybe ABC should stop focusing on cute Bachelorettes in their 20s and start casting divorced hot mamas in their 40s.
Sandra would probably be a feisty, sarcastic and hilarious Bachelorette. Taylor would bring much emotion and tears — like the usual crop, except she’d be the one serenading the guys instead of the other way around. Mila would be a perfect catch, although she seems to be dating Ashton Kutcher which maybe hints to a taste for The Bad Boys. Then again, Sandra was married to a bad boy in Jesse James and Taylor dated John Mayer, so they all go down that road.
Maybe The Bachelorette should skip those three and go for someone like Zoe Saldana. The Words and Avatar actress ended an engagement last year and then briefly dated Bradley Cooper, but he’s not that “bad” a bad boy. She’d be the first celeb actress and the first actress of any other color than white. Give her a shot, ABC!