Justin Rated R: "I'd Love to Be the Next Bachelor"

Entertainment Jun. 21, 2010 AT 5:57PM
Justin Rated R: "I'd Love to Be the Next Bachelor" Credit: ABC/CRAIG SJODIN; ABC/STEVE FENN

Justin "Rated R" Rego wouldn't mind handing out a few roses himself.

"If I don't end up with Ali at the end of the season, then I'd love to be the next Bachelor," he told UsMagazine.com at the Ultra afterparty following the MuchMusic Awards in Toronto Sunday.

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He continued to hint that he doesn't end up with Fedotowsky, 25.

"There's a rumor floating around that there's a strong possibility I would be in it next season," he says. "I'd do it."

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How did the season wrap up? "From what I know, she's actually very happy."

Fedotowsky, who left Jake Pavelka to return to her ad-sales job at Facebook (which she then quit to appear on The Bachelorette), has implied she may end up alone this season.

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When asked on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show earlier this month if the rumors that she doesn't choose anyone are true, she coyly responded, "Maybe."

"If I happen to find love on the show, would I pick someone in the end? Yes," she went on. "But if I didn't find love on the show, there's absolutely no way that I would pick someone for the sake of picking. I went in with that mindset and it didn't change the entire time."

Us Weekly has reported Fedotowsky is on a crash diet to drop the 15 pounds she gained while taping the ABC reality show.

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"They'd retape scenes, so all she did was eat and drink," a show insider explains. After the show wrapped, "she binged while unwinding with her family."

The 5-foot-7 reality star -- who has been eating a high-protein diet full of egg whites, counting calories and going on daily runs -- stepped out last week looking much slimmer.

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