Matty J, the Bachelorette contestant that Channel 10 cruelly made us fall in love with, before trolling us by making Lee the winner (still not over it), has admitted that he would be honoured to be made the next Bachelor.
In an interview with The Saturday Telegraph, he admitted that he was very flattered that people thought he would be a good choice.
"I haven't been asked but the fact that people are even suggesting I could be a good fit for it, I am really honoured by that. [There are] definitely things that are appealing about the prospect of going on the show again. To have somebody else give you a selection of 15 to 20 really incredible girls, it is almost like someone else does the hard work for you to give you that shortlist.
Going on the show and meeting someone would be really exciting but there's also a lot of pressure from that too. It is a lot easier being one of multiple people focusing on the one girl instead of being somebody who has to break multiple hearts. At some point you have to be the bad guy and people are going to disagree with your decisions."
So, nothing confirmed yet, but at least we know he's open to it!
Personally, we'd be all for this decision. Why, you may ask? Because...
1. He's not afraid to be upfront with his feelings
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2. He's confident with women
3. ...But not afraid to be a bit of a dork
4. He's good with his hands
5. He's good at taking feedback
6. And finally, well... you get the picture.