Palmer starred on the reality show's fifth season in 2004, though he didn't find love on the show.
The first Black Bachelorette talked about her "complicated relationship" with some "Bachelor" fans in a recent interview, calling them out as a "toxic audience."
The former Bachelorette had interviewed Harrison on "Extra" when he defended a contestant accused of racism. He stepped aside soon after.
The longtime host stepped away from the franchise in February after defending a white contestant accused of racism.
Program producers ABC Entertainment and Warner Horizon said they're continuing a "dialogue around achieving greater equity and inclusion."
Emmanuel Acho, former NFL player and author of "Uncomfortable Conversations With a Black Man," will replace the host who stepped aside after a racial controversy.
On Instagram, James said the franchise “has fallen short” following racial controversy on his season that HuffPost can report led him to reevaluate his final decision.
After Chris Harrison's controversial remarks on "Extra," progressive viewers, contestants and recappers say they want accountability not just from the host, but from the franchise as a whole.