'The Bachelorette' Bad Boy Chad Johnson The Next 'Bachelor'?

Can't get enough of Chad? The Bachelorette's latest villain and protein lover, Chad Johnson, might be returning for even more TV time, at least if Mike Fleiss gets his wish.

Us Magazine is reporting that the Bachelor creator wants to cast Chad for his very own show. Will he star in the next season of The Bachelor?

"I hear ya, #BachelorNation!!!" Fleiss shared on Twitter. "How 'bout this nugget? I'm thinking Chad should be the next Bachelor spinoff..."

Many fans thought this meant that Chad would be the next man to hand out roses. Fortunately, Fleiss was quick to clarify his comments and squashed rumors of Chad being the next Bachelor.

"Wasn't saying Chad should be our next Bachelor," Fleiss announced on Twitter. "Was thinking he might need a new show of his own! #ChadtotheBone."

Chad Johnson JoJo Fletcher
Chad Johnson and JoJo Fletcher [Image via ABC]

Chad was easily the biggest villain in Season 12 of The Bachelorette. Although he got along with JoJo Fletcher, he picked fights with just about every contestant on the show.

On one occasion, Chad even grabbed Evan Bass and ripped his shirt.

According to Hollywood Take, Chad continued to create drama even after his departure from The Bachelorette.

Shortly after his exit, Chad posted a series of photos of him getting close and comfy with Robby Hayes' former girlfriend.

He also called out Jordan Rodgers for using The Bachelorette for fame after Rodgers landed a new series on the SEC Network.

Of course, Chad's boisterous personality and polarizing comments landed him a gig on Bachelor in Paradise. Not surprising, Chad also made waves on Bachelor in Paradise, which is scheduled to air next month.

If Fleiss is serious about Chad starring in his own show, then he wouldn't be the first contestant in Bachelor Nation to have a spinoff.

Just last month, Season 20 Bachelor stars Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell announced their new show, Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After. The reality series is expected to hit Freeform network this coming fall and will focus on the couple's new life together.

Ben Higgins And Lauren Bushnell Are 'Worried' Their 'Bachelor' Spinoff Will Ruin Their Relationship [Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images]
Lauren Bushnell and Ben Higgins [Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images]

Meanwhile, CBS 8 is reporting that there are plenty of reasons why fans would tune into Chad's spinoff.

After all, who wouldn't want to watch Chad eat more handfuls of meat or workout with bags of luggage? Chad also isn't afraid to speak his mind, even if his opinion isn't popular with anyone. Not only would this be entertaining to watch, but it also promises enough drama to keep fans begging for more.

Apart from his rugged demeanor and love for meat, Chad does have a softer side, especially when it comes to his pets.

"It's impossible to get a good picture with Pumpkin because she's either licking my face or extremely distracted!" he recently shared on Instagram. "Lookin like a street puppy with all that fur, gotta get her groomed Monday of course, I could probably use a shave too."

With so many angles to pursue, there are few fans in the Bachelor Nation who wouldn't tune in to see what happens on Chad's spinoff. That being said, it isn't clear what the spin-off would be about. After all, Chad didn't find love with JoJo Fletcher on The Bachelorette and is presumably still a single man.

Of course, that could change with his appearance on Bachelor in Paradise. Was Fleiss hinting that Chad found love on Bachelor in Paradise? Will the new series follow Chad's new romance?

Whatever happens, Chad's new spin-off will certainly be entertaining to watch, even if he is still single.

Fans can watch new episodes of The Bachelorette Monday nights on ABC. Bachelor in Paradise, meanwhile, will premiere August 1.

Tell us! Would you watch Chad Johnson in a spin-off of The Bachelorette? Let us know in the comments below.

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