The 26 men competing for Jojo Flecther’s heart has been revealed, ahead of the highly-anticipated “The Bachelorette” 2016 premiere later this month. The list includes a fan of “The Bachelor”, an erectile dysfunction specialist, a U.S. Marine, and of course, a brother of NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
“The Bachelorette” host Chris Harrison spoke to Yahoo News recently and he talked about some of the men who are vying for Fletcher’s heart.
Harrison named five men whom he thinks the viewers should watch for. Those are Chad Johnson, Luke Pell, Grant Kemp, Aaron Bass, and Jordan Rodgers. Harrison dished some of them and at the same time teased some intriguing details that further excite fans.
“Chad, oh Chad. America is either going to love this guy or love to hate this guy,” the host said about Chad. Harrison, meanwhile, said Luke is a West Point graduate and was a platoon leader in the Afghan war; while Grant just got out of a long-term relationship. Evan, on the other hand, has the most “interesting job” of all, according to Harrison. Evan is an “Erectile Dysfunction Specialist.”
The host further raised the excitement for the premiere of “The Bachelorette” 2016 when he said: “JoJo has a spark with him right off the bat. The billion-dollar question is if he is here to extend his fame or find love. Is he just there trading on his brother’s name? Is he here to make a run to being the next Bachelor?.” Harrison was talking about Jordan.
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Meanwhile, Harrison also revealed a few details about the upcoming meet-and-greet day and teased that there were those who really made an impression on Fletcher.
“One that played off JoJo’s unicorn [mask] in a very clever way, and we have one of my favorite, if not my favorite, entrances in the history of the show. It has to do with the holidays. Everyone will be laughing,” he said.
It was also previously teased that there will be another “unicorn” in the show. It can be recalled that Fletcher wore a unicorn mask to make her first impression on Higgins during the premiere of “The Bachelor.”
Tune in to “The Bachelorette” 2016 premiere on Monday (May 23) at 9:01 p.m. on ABC.