Will ‘The Bachelor’ Evictee, Heather Maltman Be The Next ‘The Bachelorette?’
Who will be the next “The Bachelorette?” Will it be Heather Maltman?
Fans of “The Bachelor” evictee started to buzz different social media to campaign their favorite girl from the reality show to be the next “The Bachelorette” to give her a chance to get the man she deserves!
The 29-year-old sweetheart might not have found her true love with Sam Wood as she was rejected by the man on Thursday night, but no worries, the fans are not yet ready to say goodbye to Maltman just yet, according to Mail Online.
When she was evicted from Sam Wood’s season, fans started to flood the Twitter world with their thoughts for Maltman, and they were requesting to make her the next “The Bachelorette.” They kept pushing the producers of “The Bachelorette” to give Maltman a chance to be part of the show.
Other than that, one avid Maltman supporter even took some time to create a Facebook page for the campaign!
On the other hand, when it comes to Maltman’s thoughts about Wood’s rejection, she seemed to be more understanding than what other viewers expected. She took the rejection calmly and positively as she expressed that she is still open in continuing her search for love until she finds the right person.
According to the pretty brunette, Wood had a big impact in her life.
“Sam changed me as a person, but I’ll never stop myself from going there again from someone.”
Moreover, in her interview with AAP, Maltman admitted that she learned to open up a bit more because of what she experienced to the show.
Maltman added that she does feel sad whenever she thought about all that Wood and she shared together before and how much happiness she had when she was with him.
She also revealed the biggest lesson she learned from the show was to let other people get into your life.
Heather Maltman is aware that she’s good at caring and loving other people around her, however, she find it really hard to let others into her world and let them look after her.
But when she joined “The Bachelorette,” she learned how to do those things—“to let people in a little bit more.”
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Photo Source: Heather Maltman