Ben Higgins' loss is every single man in America's gain.
With season 20 of The Bachelor already winding down, the time has come to select which contestant from his season will be the next Bachelorette.
E! News asked The Bachelor and The Bachelorette alumni who were in attendance at Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert's Jan. 24 wedding, which recently aired as part of The Bachelor at 20: A Celebration of Love special, to weigh in on which of Ben's ladies they think should be the next Bachelorette. And they all had a lot of opinions on the matter...even our most recent Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe, who is rooting for single mom Amanda to snag the title.
"I don't know why I am so Team Amanda," she told us. "She seems so sweet and I'm rooting for her for some reason. I really like her."
As for the new bride, Bachelor in Paradise's Jade said she feels like "all the men" love JoJo, a real estate developer from Texas who's very much a guy's girl. "I think JoJo would make an amazing Bachelorette. She's so sexy and cool and outgoing."
Meanwhile, former Bachelorette Andi Dorfman is predicting that one frontrunner will be ABC's choice, if Ben doesn't end up choosing her first. "If Lauren B. doesn't win, I think she should be Bachelorette because we need a blonde. We've had all the brunettes, I'm partial to brunettes, but I think we need a cute little blonde!"
One thing each of their picks have in common? They are still on the show, making it to the final four, along with Caila, who was also mentioned by several alumni as a standout. (FWIW, the franchise has a tendency of going with the third place finisher.)
However, Jason Mesnick is rooting for the underdog, backing Haitian-born Jubilee, a shy war veteran who lost her family at a young age. Sent home earlier in the season by Ben, she definitely left an impression on viewers, including the former Bachelor.
"I think Jubilee should be the next Bachelorette," Mesnick said. "She's beautiful, her story, everything about her is what the Bachelorette should be. That's who I'm rooting her."
To hear more predictions from Bachelor Nation, as well as what Chris Harrison is saying about the next Bachelorette, press play on the video above.
The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.