2. Daisy Richardson
She took part in that fake Bachelor rose ceremony during this year's season of Survivor All Stars, but the 24-year-old travel agent deserves to have the spotlight on herself. She even confessed she'd be keen in a chat with news.com.au last year.
"I’d LOVE to do The Bachelorette. I mean, I don’t think I’m that cookie-cutter pristine girl that they usually get, but let’s change it up. Let’s put a country girl in there and see what happens!" she said.
3. Vakoo Kauapirura
Model Vakoo was gone too soon from the Bachelor mansion in Matt Agnew's season and the 23-year-old herself confessed that if Ten were happy to take her on as the Bachelorette, she'd be glad to take on the role.
"Not just because there'd be, like 20 hot guys. If we had the main woman as a black woman, that would be everything. We haven't had that before, and it would be such an eye-opener and so good to see on TV," she told E! News last year.
4. Rebel Wilson
Pitch Perfect star Rebel said she'd be the next Bachelorette for a hefty $20 million pay cheque, but with her star power, smarts and quick wit, Channel Ten would be wise to consider it.
“My price is $20million so I don’t think [Ten] can afford it… I’m not going to expose myself publicly in that way for a low price,” Rebel, 40, told news.com.au.
“But I think it’d be interesting to represent a more real-looking woman as the Bachelorette. I think that’d be a really positive message and I think people would find it more interesting.”
5. Rose Adam
She's a whizz in the kitchen and the owner of her own business, but we think MasterChef's Rose Adam should consider some more reality TV.
Her positivity, humour and warmth would simply be a joy to watch on screen and the foodie dates she'd take the guys on would leave our stomachs rumbling. We'd take a date learning how to make authentic Lebanese food any day!