ABC’s The Bachelorette just announced the contestants who will vie for love in the upcoming 10th season of the show. Here are some of the stand outs.
A down-to-earth guy who hates music, Ian spends his days refurbishing old skeletons. His favorite made-up word is “churf” and his life goal is to kiss a sitting U.S. president on the mouth. If Ian could pee any color it would be purple.
Nicknamed “The Dad” of the bunch, Kyle wants a second chance at love because his first wife, “got ugly.” Kyle’s biggest dating fear is that he will hear a loud noise and have a war-related flashback and will start crying. His favorite food is raw corn.
Short for Joshua, this Nashville native spends his free time downloading Blake Shelton covers and learning to speak Arabic, so he “can one day take over.” If Shua could have dinner with anyone, it would be his brother who stopped speaking to him.
Once voted “most likely to make a desperate grab for fame anyway he can” by his high school peers, Tucker promises to commit suicide on live TV if he’s sent home this season. His claim to fame is he once ran up an escalator the wrong way.
Working as a makeup artist at Sephora, Carl is gay and looking for “the one.” His favorite movie is Clueless and he wants to eventually work on “movies and TV.” Carl volunteered at a bake sale seven years ago.
A former non-competitive swimmer, Coree hails from Peoria, IL. His best friend is his dog who passed away a few years ago when Coree accidentally ran him over. If Coree could be any superhero he would be Black Widow, “because tits.”
There is nothing suspicious about Philp. He is a normal human male with normal interests like “the sports” and “movie shows.” He grew up in the normal state of Oregon on Earth and he wants to procreate with another human female and have young spores of his own one day. He is a normal human who works hard and plays harder.
A distinguished WWII veteran, Doug is ready to invade some hearts. He lives in an assisted-living facility and friends call him the “Michael Jordan of puzzles.” Mitch’s grandchildren say his most flattering feature is his “lucidity.”
An extreme agoraphobe, Ryan hasn’t come out from underneath this cardboard box for seven years. His family hasn’t heard from him since “the accident” and his idea date would be eating a bowl of plain pasta alone.
A black man from Houston, Dan is a black man.