‘The Bachelor’ star Matty ‘J’ Johnson says he would be ‘absolutely gutted’ if the show was canceled


The Bachelor star Matty ‘J’ Johnson says he would be “absolutely gutted” if the show was canceled – after the new season was pushed back to 2023.

Matty “Jay” Johnson says he would be disappointed if The Bachelor, which has suffered from its lowest ratings in recent years, is canceled.

The former Bachelor, who found love with Laura Byrne in the show’s fifth season in 2017, said Pedestrian he is still a big fan of the series.

“I think it’s a shame they got rid of The Bachelorette, I still think there’s a really big appetite for that show and I also think there was an appetite for Bachelor In Paradise,” the 35-year-old said.

Matty 'Jay' Johnson (pictured on The Bachelor) says he would be disappointed if The Bachelor, which has suffered from its lowest ratings in years, is canceled

Matty ‘Jay’ Johnson (pictured on The Bachelor) says he would be disappointed if The Bachelor, which has suffered from its lowest ratings in years, is canceled

“I’ll always have such a soft spot for Bach and I’ll be absolutely gutted if it doesn’t come back,” he added.

“When the ratings kind of dropped, [I was bummed because] I feel such a connection to the series and will always support it, so I hope it does well.”

This comes on the heels of news that the upcoming season of The Bachelor with three leads won’t air until 2023.

It comes after news that the upcoming three-pronged season of The Bachelor won't air until 2023. Pictured: Felix von Hofe, Thomas Malucelli and Jed McIntosh

It comes after news that the upcoming three-pronged season of The Bachelor won’t air until 2023. Pictured: Felix von Hofe, Thomas Malucelli and Jed McIntosh

Daily Mail Australia can reveal that Channel 10 has made the difficult decision to postpone the highly anticipated season 10 until next year.

“Ten has called to delay the show until early 2023 so they can focus on promoting The Real Love Boat,” a source familiar with the matter revealed.

“I don’t see them airing reality dating shows back to back and there’s only 10 ratings weeks left … they’d rather hang on to it and give it the publicity it needs.”

It comes after Daily Mail Australia revealed that Channel 10 has made the difficult decision to postpone the tenth season of The Bachelor until next year

“Ten has called to postpone the show until early 2023 so they can focus on promoting The Real Love Boat,” a well-informed source revealed

Both suitors and contestants will now be able to access their social media accounts after they were removed from them by the network before the show aired.

Presenters Thomas Malucelli, Jed McIntosh and Felix von Hofe have also been given permission to return to social media posts with new guidelines.

The source told Daily Mail Australia that several of the contestants vying for the hearts of Felix, Thomas and Jed are not happy about the show being postponed until the New Year.

The Bachelor will air on Channel 10 next year

The Bachelor will air on Channel 10 next year

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