Look out, Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron: Connor Saeli and Madison Prewett may be The Bachelor’s next will-they-won’t-they couple. In a recent Instagram Live stream with two of Brown’s former contestants, Mike Johnson and Saeli, it became apparent that something is going on with the latter and Peter Weber’s recent ex, Prewett.
Allow me to break it down. The coronavirus outbreak has caused most of Bachelor Nation to flock to social media (even more than usual). Pilot Pete is hosting Q&As, Brown and Cameron are hanging on TikTok, and on Sunday, March 22, Johnson and Saeli chatted about life on Instagram Live. Somehow, between talks of weighted vests and binging Don’t F**k With Cats on Netflix, Johnson and Saeli implied multiple times that Saeli may be starting something with Prewett.
It first came up when Saeli began reading the comments (never a good idea). “Connor and Madi, please,” someone had apparently written. Johnson seemed shocked Saeli brought that up.
“I can’t believe you said that bro,” Johnson responded.
Then, later in the conversation when the two were answering fan questions, someone asked if the two would go on Bachelor in Paradise again. When Saeli seemed hesitant, Johnson decided to get cryptic. “If a certain individual [went], would you go?” he asked.
“Sure, yeah,” Saeli said after a long pause.
Unfortunately for Saeli, Johnson was not done. After Saeli asked Johnson if he was talking to another woman from Weber’s season, Kelley Flanagan, Johnson praised her. Then, he threw it back at Saeli.
“You gonna put me on blast, Imma put you on blast,” Johnson joked. “What’s up with you and Madison, though? You talking to her?”
“I don’t know, we’ll see,” Saeli responded, before adding, “No, dude, I can’t get into anything.”
This is why we all love Mike Johnson, am I right?
Meanwhile, Madison Prewett recently broke up with Bachelor Peter Weber after a drama-filled season.
“As Peter and I have decided to go our separate ways, I am confident that we will both move in the direction of our purpose and never forget that God has a plan in all things,” she wrote in an Instagram post on March 13. “I will always love and respect him. I am convinced our paths were meant to cross and we are both better because they did.”