Brad Womack's still two weeks away from offering his final rose, but ABC's inaugural Bachelorette Trista Sutter already knows who should take part in the next Bachelor spin-off.
"I think it should be someone from a previous season," Sutter, 38, told UsMagazine.com when she stopped by our New York City offices to detail her and her husband Ryan's work with K-Y's Intimacy Experiment. "Gia [Allemand] would be a great choice — she's super cute and very articulate and honest. You need to be that way to be in that role."
Allemand — who competed on Jake Pavelka's 2010 season and appeared on Bachelor Pad — has already said she'd be up for a second shot at love. "Yeah, I would definitely consider it," she told USA Today. "It's such an amazing experience. I would love to find love and see how it is on the other end."
Until an official casting announcement is made for The Bachelorette, though, Sutter tells Us she continues to make Womack's Bachelor season appointment television.
"It's fun to relive what Ryan and I went through on the show, which is part of the reason I continue to watch," the former reality star — and mom to Max and Blakesley — says. "At one time, [former Bachelorette] Jillian [Harris] was talking to me or about me and said I was the Grandmother of the Bachelorette instead of the Godmother, which she intended. So I'm now the Grandmother. A little bit old!"
For more from Sutter — including who she's rooting for to win Womack's heart — check out the video above.
The Bachelor airs Monday at 8 p.m. (EST) on ABC.