Caila Quinn might get yet another shot at finding love on ABC's dating reality series.
Recent reports point out that Quinn was spotted filming in her hometown of Hudson, Ohio, March 2. Cameras were following her around as she visited local hotspots and her school, the Western Reserve Academy.
Neither ABC nor Quinn has confirmed rumours of her being the next "Bachelorette." But Quinn told E!Online recently she would consider taking on the role, as she wants to find a husband.
"Because I fell in love before I could see myself falling in love again, so yes, I would consider it," Caila said. "But I definitely need to take a deep breather for myself and kind of take some me time."
"I'm ready for love," she added. "I'm ready for the one and for my best friend and I'm still looking for that."
Interestingly, Quinn, who was eliminated in the Feb. 29 episode, isn't the only one being considered for the role of the next "Bachelorette." Reportedly, Amanda Stanton, who bid adieu after the hometown dates, is also in the running.
According to a HollywoodLife source, producers feel Quinn has a strong fan following, among both men and women.
"The Bachelor producers have their eye on Caila Quinn for filling the role of the next Bachelorette," the source said. "They feel like she's the whole package and that both men and women really like her and want to see her as the Bachelorette. We only saw a bit of who she really is on The Bachelor. She's quite dynamic and funny, not to mention incredibly smart and beautiful. The network feels like she has a huge future and they want to nurture her career as a TV personality."
Stanton is also a strong contender. "She's very likable with the viewers and the producers like the fact she's a single mother with two young girls," the source added.
The next "Bachelorette" will be announced in the live segment post the finale of "The Bachelor" 2016. Ben Higgins is rumoured to have chosen Lauren Bushnell as his partner in the finale of season 20 of the dating reality show.