Even though "The Bachelorette" 2015 is months away from its filming and premiere, speculations have begun to roll in. After her break up with Juan Pablo, "The Bachelor" 2014 winner Nikki Ferrell is being eyed for leading "The Bachelorette" 2015, according to reports. But if she is ready to move on and take the second chance at finding true love remains to be seen.

According to Wetpaint's exclusive report, Nikki Ferrell is in "consideration for 'The Bachelorette' 2015." The report notes that a source close to the show has told them that "there are serious talks about Nikki being the next Bachelorette."

Nikki Ferrell recently made a red carpet appearance on "The Bachelor" 2015. According to the report by the abovementioned publication, 28-year-old bachelorette's appearance was "ABC's way of welcoming her back." During her chat session with series host Chris Harrison, she discussed "The Bachelor" 2014 star and her ex Juan Pablo and explained why the reality TV couple really broke up.

"That was what was going around after the premiere on Monday (January 5), and why they brought her up to talk to Chris Harrison on the red carpet for such a long interview," the source told the entertainment news publication. However, fans must note that the report lacks official comments from the network and the associated persons. Thus it remains unconfirmed.

At the same time, another source expresses doubts over the possibility of Nikki Ferrell leading the eleventh season of "The Bachelorette." Speaking to the abovementioned media outlet, the source said: "I don't think that would ever happen, honestly. She didn't really play by the rules... And, she was really difficult on the show. She's a total diva."

The website notes that the Kansas based Pediatric Nurse has been quite "demanding" during her stint on "The Bachelor" 2014. In one of his blog posts on realitysteve.com, Reality Steve provided the list of demands made by Nikki Ferrell to the show's producers.

Meanwhile, Inquisitr notes that fans need to wait until Chris Soules season of "The Bachelor" ends to know for sure who takes the most coveted spot of "The Bachelorette." The media outlet notes there are better chances for Chris Soules' season's contestant to get the big job. It is reported that Reality Steve's spoilers also suggest that one of the rejected contestants may get the chance to give away roses. What do you think? Who would you like to see getting second chance at finding true love?

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