“They haven’t, like, sat us down,” Bristowe tells Variety. “I think everyone wants to see how does this season go? What is going to happen next? I think we’re all just going day by day, at this point.” Variety reports that there haven't been discussions with Adams and Bristowe about filling the permanent role, but there is a possibility they could film the next season of The Bachelorette, which is airing this fall. Meanwhile, both Adams and Bristowe say they were shocked by Harrison's departure. “You know, I was surprised. We found out when everybody else found out,” says Adams. “I think Chris has had an amazing run — 19 years on television — doing an amazing job. And so, I really just commend him for everything that he’s done and I’m excited to see what he does in the future.” Bristowe adds: “He’s made such an impact on so many people within the franchise. And like Tayshia said, he’s really committed to The Bachelor world for almost 20 years. So I was a little surprised as well. Everyone’s gotta do what’s best for them.” ALSO: Tituss Burgess says he'll be "a hog in sh*t" guest-hosting Bachelor in Paradise.