Adam Scott's Masters Victory Spawns Rampant 'The Bachelor' Rumors
That Adam Scott is so hot right now.
E! Online reports on what a Masters championship will get you nowadays: a spot on the hit reality-TV show The Bachelor.
All the hype comes from the following tweet posted by the show's producer, Robert Mills.
That's pretty much the moment fans of the show lost their collective minds. Reactions to the suggestion ranged from "Yes!" to "God Yes!" With that, we can only imagine he would be well received by fans who think true love can be found in weekly installments.
The report continues with the necessary mention of Scott's alleged romantic relationships as well as a source who is very confident the network will move forward diligently to sign Scott.
A source who works on the show tells E! News exclusively, "We are definitely going to pursue [Scott]. So far, no meeting's been set but we're trying. He could be a perfect fit...We're also considering other people Bachelor fans already know."
A show rep tells us ABC does not comment on casting rumors.
Fingers crossed. As for Adam, who's been romantically linked to Kate Hudson and Serbian tennis star Ana Ivanovic in the past? Well, he's yet to accept this first rose, but secretive pre-show ish is often par for the course.
Scott's playoff win Sunday against Angel Cabrera from Augusta welcomes him into legendary company.
Oh, and it also alerted a great many fans to how hot he is, apparently.
BuzzFeed Sports has a brilliant breakdown of the mania that took place on Twitter after the Australian won golf's greatest major.
Take a quick gander at the page, and you will see that the entire world had one thing to say after the 32-year-old finished off Cabrera: "Hot!"
Something tells me Scott will stick to golf and leave the reality-TV romance to other dapper dudes. At least, that's my hope anyway.
There is a clamor for Scott that is reaching a fevered pitch at the moment. If he does ditch all sensibility and feature on the show, it very well may shut down all of the Internet.
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