Emily and Haley Ferguson may not have stolen Ben Higgins’ heart on “The Bachelor,” but they definitely stole the show. So much, in fact, that they’ve swung their own spinoff on Freeform, “The Twins: Happily Ever After.”
Their spinoff will focus more on their journey to move out of their parents’ house, become adults, and find careers than on their romantic adventures, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t expect to see some Bachelor Nation appearances.
“Right now the only thing we can announce is Ben [Higgins] and Lauren [Bushnell],” Haley says. “But hopefully you’ll get to see a few other people throughout the series.”
Given their occasional run-ins with Nick, we figure he and his new fiancee, Vanessa, might be good candidates to make their way onto “The Twins: Happily Ever After.” While they couldn’t confirm or deny any other guest stars, the twins do seem to believe that Nick’s season of “The Bachelor” ended with him choosing the right girl.
“We’re really great friends with Nick, and honestly I think Nick and Vanessa will last,” Emily says. “Vanessa is totally Nick’s type. He seems so in love with her. Nick isn’t the type of guy to fake anything or do anything — he’s very real. If he and Vanessa weren’t meant to be, I don’t think he would have proposed. I think they’re great together.”
We should also keep our eyes peeled for Corine. While the twins have yet to meet the girl, they seem enthusiastic about the prospect of knowing her and becoming fast friends.
“Emily and I are Team Corine 100 percent,” Haley says, “We enjoy her personality and how real and honest she is. Unfortunately we’ve been so busy filming that we haven’t had the chance to meet up with her or talk to her, but as soon as we get a chance, we really would like to hang out with her and become good friends with her because we really like her.”
Naturally, now that they’re checking off a third reality series, we’re curious if Emily and Haley would ever look for love again, either on “The Bachelor” or another dating show. According to the girls though, we shouldn’t expect to see them competing again anytime soon.
“I just really feel like going back on ‘The Bachelor’ wouldn’t be for us or even ‘Bachelor in Paradise,'” Emily says. “Where we’re at right now, we’re just really happy with what we’re doing and everything in our lives. I really don’t think that’s something we’ve been thinking about at all.”
“The Twins: Happily Ever After” premieres Monday (March 20) at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Freeform.