And while they aren't vying for the tennis pro's heart, the women of ASKN—a name that not only represents their initials but also their "If you're askin', we're tellin'" motto—do serve as judges for the show's Mrs. Right pageant.
"I'm excited for the date today," Joey says before the contestants arrive. "I am here to find my Mrs. Right, and I hope that I can be their Mr. Right."
The competition is in full bloom as the women this season do gymnastics, sing and show Joey their kissing skills during the pageant. And, if they could, the ASKN ladies would start doling out first impression roses.
As Susan puts it, "All eight girls, they all have their own individual charm."
This isn't the first time fans have seen ASKN since they appeared on Gerry Turner's season of The Golden Bachelor. In fact, Susan served as the officiant in his wedding to final rose recipient Theresa Nist, and Kathy helped co-host the televised event.
And while a Golden Bachelorette has yet to be announced, Susan has suggested she'd be open to taking on the job.
"I'm not a woman that needs a man anymore. I'm a woman that a man needs," the 66-year-old told E! in October. "And I would absolutely love to be able to be the Golden Bachelorette 'cause I could find one in that crowd I'm sure."
Still, there are some other alums from the show who would accept the rosy role, too. Keep reading to see how more stars would react if they were asked to be the first Golden Bachelorette.
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