From Alex Michel to Peter Weber, we ranked every single star of 'The Bachelor' in the show's 24-season history
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From Alex Michel to Peter Weber, we ranked every single star of 'The Bachelor' in the show's 24-season history "The Bachelor" is about to kick off its 25th season, helmed by Matt James, a previously unknown lead whose claim to fame is his friendship with "Bachelorette" fave, Tyler Cameron. In honor of James' season, we've ranked every star of "The Bachelor" based on likability, quality of contestants, and the entertainment value of his season. No, Arie Luyendyk does not rank last. But he comes close. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Reality TV juggernaut "The Bachelor" finished its 24th season on March 10, 2020, with its 23rd Bachelor, Peter Weber - and on January 4, 2021, season 25 will kick off with Matt James, the first Black Bachelor ever.It's hard to believe that this show has been on air for so long, or that it's spawned a whopping five separate spin-offs, and more than a few wedding specials.To celebrate the beginning of a new season, we've ranked the Bachelors themselves, from fan-favorites like Ben Higgins to the universally hated Juan Pablo Galavis.Keep scrolling to see where your favorite man lands.Read the original article on Insider
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