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Ali Fedotowsky ‘Would Flip’ If Ex-Fiance Roberto Martinez Is The Next Bachelor Says Natalie Getz

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Jun. 8 2012, Published 12:00 p.m. ET

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By Alexis Tereszcuk Entertainment Editor

Roberto Martinez is the rumored next Bachelor, but one of their friends exclusively told that his ex-fiancée Ali Fedotowsky would “flip out” if he is the next person handing out the final rose.

“I think that Ali would flip out if Roberto was the Bachelor! That would be hard to see your ex fiancé on a TV show..where you fell in love,” former Bachelor contestant Natalie Getz told’s special correspondent Playboy Playmate Deanna Brooks on the red carpet at The Roxbury Thursday night at OK! magazine’s Single & Sexy Party.

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“I thought it would be a great pick because he is beautiful, he’s humble, he’s so sweet, he’s funny he’s the all around package,” Natalie said about Roberto.

“We haven’t seen that in a Bachelor yet.  They either have the looks or the personality but not both.”

Roberto won Ali’s heart and the pair got engaged on the season finale of ABC’s The Bachelorette, but they broke up in 2011 and she quickly moved on.

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Natalie doesn’t think this news is going to make Ali very happy.

Although there have been reports that Roberto wasn’t the pick, Reality Steve confirmed that is going to be the next guy searching for love on the hit reality show, despite his back luck the first time.

“Either way if he does it it’s not going to go over well,” Natalie warned about Ali’s feelings of Roberto being the next Bachelor.

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