13 Stars Who Are Even More Obsessed With the Bachelorette Than You

JoJo Fletcher is reality TV's latest sweetheart, having just kicked off her season of The Bachelorette. Each season of The Bachelor or The Bachelorette, a large and dedicated following tunes in every Monday night to judge people's romantic choices (and pretty much everything else), and the social commentary is half the fun of watching — especially when celebrities are involved. That's right, a ton of stars as just as into watching The Bachelorette as you are, and it's delightful. Find out which famous people identify as members of Bachelor Nation.

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Amy Schumer

Amy Schumer was such a big fan of the Bachelor franchise that she actually guest-starred on an episode of The Bachelorette when Kaitlyn Bristowe was the contestant. There was a short-lived campaign to get Amy to be the next Bachelorette, but Amy herself dismissed the possibility when she called her experience on the show "dark."

Andrew Garfield
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Andrew Garfield

The former Spider-Man shocked us all when he admitted that he loved The Bachelor in an interview with Vulture. He talked about how he easily gets starstruck, saying, "It could be anybody! It could be ridiculous people, even! Take Sean from The Bachelor: If I met him, I'd be like, 'Oh my God, it's Sean Lowe!'"

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Sean Penn

Sean Penn outed himself as a Bachelor fan when he stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! during Chris Soules's season. He was an adamant fan of Kaitlyn Bristowe back then, as we all were.

Charlize Theron
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Charlize Theron

Of course, Sean Penn was a fan because he was watching when he was engaged to Charlize Theron. "We argue about whether or not we should fast forward. I don't really want to hear the conversations; I want to know the decisions," Sean had said of Bachelor nights.


Anna Kendrick

As maybe the biggest celebrity fan of The Bachelor, Anna Kendrick has live tweeted many a Monday night episode. Just one of the reasons you should be following her on Twitter.


Kaley Cuoco

The Big Bang Theory star hosts Bachelor viewing parties with her famous friends — including former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky!

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Amanda Seyfried

A couple of years ago, Amanda Seyfried visited The Ellen DeGeneres Show and talked about how she and then-boyfriend Justin Long watched all of the Bachelor and Bachelorette seasons. "I feel really guilty about it sometimes," she copped to Ellen, but she also talked about how she thought it was a "wonderful study" of human interaction.


Sarah Hyland

The Modern Family star and Bachelor superfan realized all of our dreams when she ran into former Bachelor Ben Higgins and posed with him.

Allison Williams

Allison Williams

Girls star Allison Williams has a special connection with the show; she met now-husband Ricky Van Veen at a Bachelor viewing party. Not only that, but Ricky proposed at a viewing party, too! No wonder Williams is such a fan that she even popped up on the Bachelor Live aftershow (pictured with former Bachelor Ben Higgins and fellow guest Michelle Collins).

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Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst spilled to Jimmy Kimmel about being a longtime watcher of the show, calling it "one of the funniest, smartest shows on television. . . . It’s comedy gold."

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence

Avowed reality fan Jennifer Lawrence is obviously part of Bachelor Nation. Host Chris Harrison told TV Guide about her love after he ran into her on the Oscar red carpet a few years ago. "Jennifer Lawrence was awesome. I was so blown away by her performance and I was really looking forward to meeting her. And then she walks up and she tells me how much she loves [the show]. I'm like, 'You like The Bachelor?' and she was like, 'Duh, I'm a girl.'"

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Adam Scott

The adorable Parks and Recreation star gushed to Meredith Vieira about his love for the show: "I refuse to say it's a guilty pleasure, because I feel no guilt whatsoever," he told her. Even more endearing? He prefers The Bachelorette because it emasculates the men who participate.


Aidy Bryant

Not only does Saturday Night Live star Aidy Bryant watch and tweet along to the show, she has also starred in not one but but two Bachelor skits on SNL.