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The Bachelorette 2015 Premiere Recap Video, Watch ABC Live Stream Online

( [email protected] ) May 18, 2015 07:07 PM EDT

Kaitlynn and Britt are back.
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Who Will Be the Next Bachelorette?

With ABC's Bachelorette 2015 premiering tonight, the question is who will be next - Kaitlyn Bristow or Britt Nilsson. This will be on fans' minds, when the first of the two-part installment kicks off at 9pm tonight on ABC.

What Does Reality Steve Say?

The notorious leakster "Reality" Steve Carbone once again came out with a prediction.

"Kaitlyn is the 'Bachelorette,' but, Britt still has a role on the show. I don't know what it is or how long it'll last," Steve tweeted back in March.

At the time, ABC had started filming the Bachelorette. There have long been accusations that the show is rigged, and the outcome already decided. Provided this is true, it is unclear how Reality Steve became privy to such secret information.

Still, Steve's input may offer a tantalizing glimpse into the future of the season.

What Does People Say?

Two commentators at the People Magazine are divided over who will be the next Bachelorette.

Critic Amanda Michelle Steiner characterized Britt as "beautiful, charismatic", "sincere", and "honest." However, Steiner pointed out that Britt's "fatal flaw" was openness in regards to feelings. This resulted in Britt angering other contestants, and annoying some fans. Even so, Steiner still believed that the 28-year-old still stands a good chance for begin the next bachelorette.

"All the things that worked against Britt on The Bachelor would actually make her a great Bachelorette," Steiner argued.

On the hand, Lanford Beard felt that Kaitlyn was a better fit due to her "girl-next-door feel with a touch of sass." The critic also appreciated the contestant's work in promoting Photoshop-absent media.

"So, if you're looking for a Bachelorette with a sweet-yet-sharp tongue, aesthetic honesty and an endearing nervous tic of telling goofily off-color jokes, Kaitlyn's your girl," Beard wrote.

The two-part Bachelorette premiere airs Monday at 9 p.m. ET and Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Fans can watch the live stream online tonight by clicking here. You can find out more about the contestants and watch the recap video by visiting ABC official website.The contestants will be casting votes tonight to determine whether Kaitlyn or Britt will be the next Bachelorette.