Don't count Chris Lambton
out of the upcoming season of The Bachelor
Although the Cape Cod, Mass., landscaper is reportedly hesitant
about continuing his search for love on reality TV, he also hasn't completely ruled it out.
"There's an ongoing dialogue," Bachelor
host Chris Harrison
tells PEOPLE. "I was just with him this weekend in North Carolina and we talked about the show … it may be right for him, but it may not be."
But just because Lambton is a gentleman – one who accepted Ali Fedotowsky
's ultimate decision
and wished her well
– doesn't mean he's the perfect candidate for the show.
"You have to take aside the clamoring of millions of fans who want him to be the Bachelor just because they want to wish him well," Harrison says. "But they don't necessarily know what's right for him or what's right for the show."
At the end of the day, it will be Lambton who needs to decide whether it's a right fit or not. Says Harrison, "I don't want to push him into something he's not ready to do, or it's not going to be right and we'll all end up regretting it."
And while Lambton's search for love on TV may still be up in the air, two other franchise alumni have found their match – and Harrison couldn't be happier.
"I wish them the best," he says about Jesse Csincsak
and Ann Lueders
, whom he considers family.
And though he's received an invite for their wedding this weekend
, Harrison won't be able to make it. He'll be hosting TV Guide's Emmys Red Carpet with Chris Harrison
on Sunday – which he's also executive producing with his own production company, Harrison Productions. – Eunice Oh