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Who’s Going to Be the New Bachelorette Vill?

In the immortal words of Clint and JJ from Kaitlyn's season, ”Villians gotta vill.” But now that ultimate vill Chad has left the building on the current season of The Bachelorette, who will fill this... meaty role? We rank the eight remaining dudes in order of ascending vill-ness

On this week’s episode of The Bachelorette, we got one last serving of Chad rage before everyone’s favourite cold-cut enthusiast said goodbye (or rather, “I hate all you dudes. Sleep with one eye open”) for the last time. Sigh…sniff sniff. Yeah sure, Chad was the worst, but villains are sort of the best, and now we’re supposed to just sit back while a bunch of nice guys sing lame guitar jams about words that rhyme with JoJo? Not exactly…

As professional boner-conjurer Evan pointed out so astutely during a confessional interview, the departure of Chad resulted in the creation of a bunch of “mini Chads,” which is sort of like the reverse of that phenomenon where a bunch of New York subway rats come together to form a Rat King (warning: do not Google “Rat King”). Point is, Chad is dead, but evil, jealously and trickery remain. So who will be our next villain? Here, our best bets in ascending order.

The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on City. Catch up on past episodes at citytv.com.

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