Bachelor In Paradise star Clay Harbor pushes Love Is Blind star Mark Cuevas for The Bachelor spot

Clay Harbor
Clay Harbor has a suggestion for the next Bachelor. Pic credit: ABC

Clay Harbor is no stranger to the Bachelor world.

He competed for Becca Kufrin in her season, but after he was sent home, he bounced back on Bachelor In Paradise.

Despite having dated Angela Amezcua before Bachelor In Paradise, he connected with Nicole Lopez-Alvar.

Since being in the spotlight, Clay has stepped back from the reality television world when it comes to finding love.

Instead, he’s spending his time with friends, and he recently found someone who he’d love to see on The Bachelor.

Clay Harbor has a Bachelor contestant in mind

Over the weekend, Clay tweeted a photo of Joe Amabile from Bachelor In Paradise and Mark Cuevas from Netflix’s Love Is Blind.

In the tweet, he nominated them for the role of the next Bachelor in the upcoming season.

He later posted that it was great to meet Mark. His tweet was in response to Mark’s tweet, where he thanked everyone who came to hang out with him at Benchmark Chicago.

He also thanked Clay, telling him he’s a great dude, and that it was awesome to meet him.

Clay, who used to play in the NFL, was recently entered into the Missouri State Bears Hall of Fame.

Clay Harbor didn’t nominate himself

It’s interesting that Clay didn’t nominate himself.

He didn’t make the best impression on Bachelor In Paradise. He couldn’t commit to Nicole. She wanted to get engaged, but he felt it was rushed.

He also couldn’t say those three little words, and when he failed to tell Nicole this at the final rose ceremony, she walked away.

Clay didn’t end things on the best note, even though he wanted to propose that he and Nicole continue their relationship outside of Mexico.

However, she wanted an engagement then, and since he was unable to provide it, she dumped him.

Even though Clay seems to have little interest in being on a reality show again, he has followed Peter Weber on his journey to find love.

On Twitter, he recently defended Peter’s actions this season, saying it would be tough to date 30 women on national television, as dating a single woman is tough in itself.

He ended the tweet by saying that he thinks Peter has done a good job this season. Right now, no one knows how this season will end.

The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.

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