Whatever it was, it sounds like it's fizzled out already. The unlucky in love star took to Twitter to tell her fans that she's apparently single and ready to mingle - on TV!
"THE BACHELORETTE YES," she tweeted, while she was presumably watching the show. When fans suggested that she should be the next Bachelorette, she didn't seem to disagree with them, writing, "I decided that I need a dating show."
Well, we decided that we'd totally watch that cause we kinda love Chelsea, and her daughter Aubree. Actually, mostly Aubree, but she's too young to have her own show, so we'll take whatever we can get.
Who knows, maybe Chelsea already has a dating show in the works with MTV. When a fan said they should do a Bachelorette-style show on the network, she wrote back "yees" with a little wink emoji.
Would you guys watch Chelsea if she had her own dating show? Would you ever go on one? Sound off in the comments.