Who says exes can't be friends?!

In The Bachelor's most recent episode, Chris Soules made the heartbreaking decision to send Kaitlyn home, even though he admitted he was falling in love with her. Kaitlyn was even more devastated, especially because the fan-favorite finally let her guard down and told the Bachelor she was in love with him. But you know what they say, when one reality TV show door closes, another opens.

The ABC reality hit franchise's producers are currently looking for the next Bachelorette, and it will most likely be one of Chris' ladies. And if it were up to him, Kaitlyn would be the one handing out roses next season.

"I think I would definitely go with someone from this cast.  And right now, my personal opinion would be Kaitlyn," Prince Farming told E! News at the taping of the Women Tell All Special, which airs on March 2. "I think she's got the right type of energy. She's funny, she can be entertaining and she's beautiful. She's at point in her life that she's really serious about finding love. I think that's important. When you're on this, you don't want somebody there who wants more notoriety. You want someone who's really sincere."

But would Kaitlyn, 29, be open to finding love on-camera again? "I think I learned a lot from it," the dance instructor from Vancouver said. "What other time do you get to lay your feelings out there like that to somebody and have them reciprocate it?" 

Kaitlyn, Jade, Britt, Becca, The Bachelor, Season 19

ABC/Craig Sjodin

While the producers have yet to make a decision (they'll factor in audience and fan reaction during the Women Tell All Special), host Chris Harrison says a few of Chris' ladies are in the running. "There's a massive debate going on behind the scenes. So, you know, Britt, Kaitlyn, Jade, and Becca and Whitney...there's a lot of options," he spilled. "We're passionate about it. It's a huge decision for us."

To hear more from Chris, Chris and Kaitlyn, as well as Britt, who revealed if she would even want to be the next Bachelorette, watch our exclusive interviews with them above!

The Bachelor's Women Tell All special airs Monday, March 2 at 8 p.m. on ABC.

—Reporting by Will Marfuggi

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