Bachelorette fans demand Justin Glaze be hired as the next Bachelor after he was DUMPED by Katie Thurston on TV

FANS demand that Justin Glaze become the lead of next season's Bachelor after he was savagely DUMPED by Katie Thurston during the season finale.

Bachelorette star Katie Thurston had her dream proposal on Monday night though fans believed she made the "wrong choice."

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Justin, 26, has been slated by the public as the newest Bachelor after he was dumped and "disrespected" on the final episode.

Fans rushed to Twitter to urge the Bachelor Franchise to bring the reality star to the "front of the line" after his elimination.

"NOT 'POOR JUSTIN' TRENDING OMFG," one ranted, as the hashtag began circulating on the social platform.

"Awwww poor Justin. The disrespect. Justin for bachelor #bachelorette," another agreed.

A third suggested: "Justin for next bachelor. poor guy…#TheBacheloretteABC."

"Make Justin the next bachelor. He deserves it after that poor excuse of a breakup," a fourth urged, while a final recalled: "Poor Justin is trending. This man deserves to go to the front of the line of Bachelor Nation for what he’s given us this season."


During Monday night's three-hour season finale, Katie and Blake confessed their love for one another during a steamy hot tub session.

After retiring to the Fantasy Suites for an intimate evening, the TV star decided to send Justin home.

The 27-year-old Baltimore-based artist made it all the way to the end of the season, beating out 30 men for Katie's heart.

Justin works as an investment sales consultant and a very talented painter who shows off his art frequently on Instagram.

The runner-up was inspired to find a long-lasting partner as his parents have been married for 30 years.

Despite his close relationship with his mom and dad, they were not seen during the hometown portion of the show.


His parents, Deborah and Mark, complained that they were not supportive of their son's potential wedding plans, so they decided they would not be featured.

“You know your dad and I will support you, but I just find it difficult to understand how anyone could get to know someone in this short period of time to propose,” Deborah explained to her son.

“You have to be mindful of not only getting to know a person, but that individual’s family because all of those things are important in a marriage and in a relationship.”

Despite their disapproval, Justin claimed he would still be moving forward with the engagement if Katie had chosen him.


During the season, controversial social media posts were uncovered from the sales consultant's childhood that many fans believed were "racist and homophobic."

Hosts Becca Kufrin and Tayshia Adams later asked Justin about his tweets, to which he replied: "As I reflect on everything I just went through with this whole journey, oftentimes people ask me what I took from it.

"And one of the biggest takeaways for me was just my personal growth, and one of those things is being able to hold myself accountable, which is something that historically I wasn't able to do," he explained.

"When I look back at 14-year-old Justin, I was in high school and quite frankly I was the type of person who for whatever reason felt the need to fit in and say funny things and keep up with what my peers were doing and saying," he continued.

"The folks I had associated with would throw around really hurtful slurs that, at the time, I didn't really think anything of."

"What I said was ignorant and hurtful then [and] it's ignorant and hurtful now," he concluded.

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