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Masters Winner Adam Scott Will Not Be The Next Bachelor

Adam Scott
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Since Adam Scott won the Masters championship, he has been one hot commodity. The reality show “The Bachelor,” has reached out to Scott about being on the show. Producer Robert Mills sent an idea on Twitter about Scott being the next bachelor and fans of the show love the idea. Scott is 32 years old, good looking and single, but it doesn’t look like it’ll happen. The crew on CBS This Morning mentioned to Scott he was the most eligible bachelor in the world, he was embarrassed and said he wasn’t single at all and currently is in a very happy relationship with a woman named Marie.

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