‘Property Brothers” star Jonathan Scott is asked to be the Bachelor’s ‘four times,’ that his brother Drew Scott, in a recent interview with Us Weekly.
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According to Jonathan and his brother, Drew Scott, the reality star has offered to be on “The Bachelor” several times.
“Jonathan is encamped, I think four times now, approached to the Bachelor,” Drew told Us Weekly at the 2018 Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California. on Sunday.
“He need not be so,” said the 40-year-old of his brother, who explains that Jonathan is “just concentrate on what we do.”
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It is “exciting” Drew told the marketing of their new company. “Eventually he will have the time and I will pawn him off for a dating show or something.”
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However, Jonathan, 40, seems to be not on board, stating that the ABC reality dating show would make him “as much as fear.”
“I said, my third is not on the Bachelor about a month ago,” he admitted. “I can’t. That is absolutely not of me. I would like something like ‘Amazing Race.’ [It] would be nice … but not ‘The Bachelor.'”
In April, Jonathan announced on Instagram that he and his girlfriend Jacinta Kuznetsov called it quits.
“Sometimes life takes you on unexpected roads and trails are not always in the same direction,” he explained of their split. “There is no drama or negativity; no jealousy, or hatred. Not even sadness or grief. Our memories are filled with joy and we will continue to advocate for each other as friends, where we’re going.”