9 Guest Stars We'd Love to See on the New Bachelor Snapchat Channel
Calling all Bachelor fans: Just one day after Nick Viall's inaugural appearance as the Season 21 lead, you'll be able to watch celebrities, superfans, and series alums share their thoughts on the episode through the show's very own brand-new Snapchat Discover channel.
Snap Inc. and Disney–ABC Television Group are teaming up to create original episodic shows for Snapchat Discover, the companies announced on Wednesday. And to start things off? They're debuting Watch Party: The Bachelor on Jan. 3.
The new show will have 10 original episodes and one Live Story that will roll out via Snapchat the morning following each Monday night episode of The Bachelor. Like all stories on the app, the videos will be viewable for 24 hours.
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The companies also revealed that the rotating guests on the show will, "hang out, eat snacks, crack jokes, and hilariously react to the crazy/wild/romantic storylines that are sure to unfold this season."
But which alums and famous fans will make an appearance? See our list of dream guest stars we'd love to see pop up on Snapchat and catch the Season 21 premiere of The Bachelor on Jan. 2 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
Obviously, our fingers are crossed for a Chris Harrison Snapchat appearance—the host makes the entire show! We can't wait to hear him say the famous phrase, "Nick, ladies: Take a moment. This is the final rose."
The kookiest contestant of recent seasons must make an appearance on the Snapchat channel for an episode or two. And hopefully, she'll be in the company of her ex, Jared Haibon, which brings us to ...
Poor Jared just can't seem to find love. Maybe guest-starring on a Snapchat episode will help him get there? Unless, of course, he's paired up with Ashley I. for the ep, which we're sure Bachelor producers will do their best to make happen.
Emily and Haley Ferguson
The twins! Easily the best girls to come out of Bachelor Nation in recent years, the duo and their hilarious, candid commentary would make for an undeniably entertaining episode or two (or three or four. Seriously, they're the best).
Stanton may have chosen Josh Murray over Viall on Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise (wrong move, girl), but we think she'd be able to provide some insight into what the Bachelor is thinking after each episode. Plus she's so adorable, we're always game for some Amanda screen time, even if it's just on our phones.
It's no secret that Williams is a huge Bachelor fan. She even appeared on a Bachelor Live after-show, where she revealed that her husband proposed to her at a Bachelor viewing party. She has strong emotional ties to the show, and we have a feeling she'll be making a few appearances on the Snapchat channel.
Schumer has been a longtime Bachelor fan and even said she would take on the role of Bachelorette if ABC agreed to pay her "a lot of money," allow her be herself, and change the casting process for her season. But, considering how Schumer is not currently single, we'll take an appearance on the Snapchat channel if we can't get her as our Bachelorette.
Another big time Bachelor fan, J. Law told Chris Harrison back in 2013 that she loved the show while on the Oscar red carpet. "I was really looking forward to meeting her," Harrison said in an interview with TV Guide. "And then she walks up and she tells me how much she loves [the show]. I'm like, 'You like The Bachelor?' and she was like, 'Duh, I'm a girl.'" That means she's game to make a guest appearance on the Snapchat show, right?