‘The Bachelor’: Ali Fedotowsky-Manno Would Support Her Kids On The Franchise

The Bachelor Ali Fedotowsky-Manno

The Bachelor featured Ali Fedotowsky-Manno who later went on to become The Bachelorette. Becoming engaged to Roberto Martinez, they later split. Now, she has two children, Riley and Molly with her husband Kevin Manno. Still many years from eligibility on the franchise, Ali feels she’d support their decision if they want to go on it.

The Bachelor alum Ali Fedotowsky won’t stop the kids from being on the show

TV Shows Ace reported that Ali spoke out about Peter Weber’s season on the show. Recall that Peter’s mom Barbs said a lot of not very nice things about Madison Prewett. Many fans got upset as she roundly dissed on a young woman in her 20’s on television. And, all because she wanted her son to choose Hannah Ann Sluss. Ali grew angry with the way Barbs did that on the show, believing there’s a time and a place to say things like that, but not on television.

In fact, Ali said Barbs’ behavior was “appalling,” according to People. Well, before Ali said that, she posted to her Instagram about The Bachelor. Her message to Peter said in part, “my advice to Peter tonight, don’t sweat it my friend. Everything will work out just the way it is supposed to be.” Well, the way it worked out was that Peter dumped Hannah Ann, started dating Madison who previously dumped him, and now they split. All very full of drama, Ali thinks that nevertheless, she’d support her kids if they want to go on the show.


Dramatic season of the show didn’t change Ali’s mind

US Weekly reported that Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert watched this season of the show. They reversed their previous feelings about their kids ever going on after seeing the hot mess unravel with Peter. Previously, they didn’t mind the idea. The news came via Jade’s Instagram. But, it looks like Ali’s not all that worried about the drama. She told the outlet. “My kids can make their own decisions,”‘ adding “They’d be adults by that point. It’s their own choice.” She added, “I would absolutely be supportive.”

The Bachelor alum also noted that she’d do everything to help them not get “pinned as the villain.” But overall, the experience for her really widened her horizons. She pointed out, that she really loved it, calling it “the coolest time.”‘ Ali took the opportunity to travel and participate as a “growth” period in her life.

What do you think about Ali supporting her kids if they want to join the franchise when they grow up? Do you agree it’s a great opportunity? Sound off your thoughts in the comments below.

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