Meet Newark and Philly Natives in Season 18 of The Bachelorette
The new season of The Bachelorette kicked off on Tuesday, October 19. Season 18 of The Bachelorette has two locals in the cast trying to win Michelle Young’s heart.
According to NJ.com, there are two gentlemen who will be part of Season 18 of The Bachelorette who are from the City of Brotherly Love as well as Newark, New Jersey.
We learned on the ABC website that the Philadelphia native’s name is Jack. Jack is a former army officer who is afraid to dance.
Wait, afraid to dance? It must be a joke, but it’s really part of the description of Jack on the ABC website. Is it because his dance moves are terrible? Itâs quite funny.
If you think you are a big fan of Jack on season 18 of The Bachelorette know that Jack does not like onions. ABC said “Jack will throw up at the sight of an onion.”
Jack seems to be a very interesting person who “throws up at the sight of an onion” and is afraid to dance.
The good thing is that the 30-year-old likes a woman who won’t be “afraid to push him out of his comfort zone”.
Now let’s meet Olumide from Newark, New Jersey.
Okay, I have something in common with Olumide, 27. The reason I say this is because Olumide hates tofu and let me tell you, me too. Let’s face it, tofu is disgusting.
My favorite line on ABC that describes Olumide is: “Olumide is ready to find his wife and he’s coming HOT!”
Let’s go! We encourage Jack and Olumide to go far in season 18 of The Bachelorette.
Just in case you didn’t know, Michelle Young, who is the Season 18 Bachelorette, was a Season 25 finalist of The Bachelor. She is always looking for love.
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