‘The Bachelorette’: Why Demi Burnett and Katie Morton Will Spy on Contestants This Season

The new season of The Bachelorette is upon us and we couldn’t be more excited. After watching Hannah Brown’s relationship with Colton Underwood on The Bachelor go up in flames, we are ready to see the Alabama native find real and long lasting love.

The Bachelorettes have a high rate of finding love and staying with their partners long after the show. Even still, there are a few Bachelorettes who end up with duds.

A lot of this is probably due to the fact that the women don’t actually get to know the men all that well before accepting a proposal from them. The first half of the season, the Bachelorettes spend most of their time trying to remember the names and backstories of each guy and by the time they have it narrowed down to a few men that they can focus on, the season is almost over.

Wouldn’t it be helpful if the lead got to see the men outside of when they were on their best behavior in front of her? If she could see how they behaved in the Bachelor mansion? Well, now she will.

Who will be Brown’s spies?

Unfortunately, The Bachelorette isn’t letting Brown actually watch the men as they interact, but they are doing the next best thing. They are bringing back two of the women from Underwood’s season of The Bachelor to help her make her decision.

According to the network, fan favorite Demi Burnett and certified truth teller Katie Morton will act as “Hannah’s Angels” and watch footage of the men while parked in a surveillance van near the Bachelor mansion.

Is that not everything that you ever wanted?

Why are Burnett and Morton perfect spies?

If you watched Underwood’s season of The Bachelor, then you know that these two women were the best choices for this position. Burnett was one of the most outspoken girls in Bachelor history. She said what she thought and did what she wanted. Which means that she won’t hold back when it’s time to tell her friend what she really thinks of the men.

Over the course of the season, Brown and Burnett also grew close. When Burnett was unexpectedly eliminated, Brown came in her room to console her. That bond will make Burnett even more dedicated to helping Brown find love.

Morton didn’t make much of a stir while on Underwood’s season, but she certainly did shake things up when she left. Before Morton went home, she told the Bachelor that some women were not there for the right reasons and weren’t ready for marriage. This caused Underwood to completely spiral and doubt everything that he was feeling.

Though this was a risky move and would definitely ruffle a few feathers, Morton valued telling the truth over stepping on people’s toes. This quality will make her a great spy for Brown.

The Bachelorette will air on ABC on May 13 at 8 p.m. with a special Bachelorette reunion airing on May 6th at 8 pm.

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