THE Bachelorette fans were left devastated when Katie Thurston sent Andrew Spencer packing, but have an idea of how to see him again.
After eliminating the footballer at the rose ceremony, Katie asked to walk him out and quickly began to sob as she admitted to having “such strong feelings” for the Minnesota native but had “deeper connections” with the other men.
Katie and Andrew both cried during the emotional sendoff, but it left fans wanting more from the hunky singleton.
They called for him to be named the next Bachelor so they can see him back on their TV screens soon.
“Andrew for next Bachelor,” wrote one fan.
Another added: “Andrew for Bachelor.”
A third said: “She let the wrong one go. With that said, ANDREW FOR BACHELOR.”
And a fourth commented: “He better be the next Bachelor.”
After their emotional goodbye, Katie initially said she did not have any regrets about sending Andrew home.
But a teaser clip from Monday’s Men Tell All reunion special, suggests she may now regret her choices.
The preview clip showed Andrew well up as he thanked Katie for their time together.
“I’m thankful for you creating a man out of me in ways I didn’t know was possible,” he told her.
“I know in my heart everything we had was super real. I know your heart… and I know you’re going to be an incredible wife and mother someday.”
Katie admitted: “It was tough watching it back. It’s one of the moments of the ‘what ifs’, ‘what if we had more time together, what difference would that have made’.”
The clip then dramatically ended on a cliffhanger when hosts, Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams, ask Katie if she has any regrets.
It’s not only fans who want Andrew to come back as The Bachelor.
The finalist even admitted his dream of becoming the next Bachelor.
“Let me be the next Bachelor,” he wrote with a smirk in March 2014.
His old tweets have been causing controversy for the new reality star.
His social media posts over the last several years resurfaced that show Andrew calling women “fat hoes” as well as other concerning comments.
In one tweet to his friend from 2013, he said: “And Direll, stop talking to fat hoes.”
Back in 2016, the fan-favorite said: “All blondes have little lips.”
In a tweet written towards Kendall Jenner in 2014, the footballer referenced Kim Kardashian’s NFL star ex, Reggie Bush.
“You’re just jealous I’m going to be the next Reggie Bush in that family,” the athlete said.
He also made a series of controversial tweets about “Black women” specifically, including laughing at someone for “marrying a Black girl.”
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