All's fair in love and war...especially on reality TV. 

With Ben Higgins' season of The Bachelor coming to an end, the time has come to pick which of his ladies will be the next Bachelorette. While a source told E! News that Caila Quinn is definitely the producers' top pick to be the ABC hit franchise's next leading lady, some of this season's other popular contestants are definitely open to taking over rose duties from Kaitlyn Bristowe should the 24-year-old software sales rep with amazing hair decide not to do it. 

"I do believe in this process...I don't think anyone would turn down the Bachelorette role, I think that's unheard of, " Jubilee told E! News' Will Marfuggi at the taping of the Women Tell All special, which aired tonight. "So If I was asked, I think I would." Still, she did note there are some "cons" to taking on the role in the video above.

Jubilee, The Bachelor


Another fan-favorite who would consider being the Bachelorette? Amanda, season 20's sole single mother. "It's something I would consider," she told us. "I think after going on The Bachelor, I don't regret anything. I had such an amazing experience." However, with her oldest daughter starting kindergarten soon, Amanda admitted she "might just try and meet a  guy the normal way!"

One of this season's more polarizing contestants Olivia said she would have no interest in being the Bachelorette, but weighed in on who she think would be the best candidate. "My best friend was Caila, so probably Caila," she revealed.

And Caila seems up for the challenge, telling us she would definitely "consider it," explaining, "Because I fell in love before I could see myself falling in love again...but I definitely need to take a deep breather for myself and kind of take some me time."

But who does Ben think will be the best pick for the Bachelorette? Press play on the video above!

The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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