8 Bachelorette Contestants Who Should Never Have Been Cast

  
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4. Brandon Andreen (Desiree’s Season)

This sweetie pie who wasn’t afraid to shed some tears on Des’s season, was reportedly charged with making a bomb threat eight years earlier, when he placed a phone call to a GM plant in Wisconsin and identified himself as an FBI agent, telling a worker that there was a briefcase with a “highly explosive device” in an elevator shaft. Hmmm. Maybe not the best casting decision.

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Source: ABC

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3. Nick Viall (Kaitlyn’s Season)

Oh, Nick Viall. We know you weren’t “officially cast,” but you never should’ve been allowed on Kaitlyn’s season. Obviously, we loved all the drama you created, but it was really unfair to the other guys in the house. You had your chance with Andi, you blew it, and you really didn’t deserve to come on the show for a second go ‘round. If it wasn’t for your coming on the show, Kaitlyn would never have received all the hate mail she did. And she would’ve gotten to enjoy a fairy-tale romance with Sean, instead of constantly hearing about how much you and Sean hated each other. Like a couple of babies, you were. Producers, please let this be the last we see of Nick on The Bachelorette — and God forbid he be cast as the Bachelor. Enough is enough, already!

Rick Rowell / © ABC / Courtesy Everett Collection

Rick Rowell / © ABC / Courtesy Everett Collection

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