Christian rides a motorcycle like a bad boy but is the farthest thing from it. He gets up at the morning to workout at 3:30 a.m. Pair that with that fact that he is a career man working a great job and taking care of his two younger brothers that live with him, and we can’t wait to learn more about Christian. Swoon
Honestly, Luke wasn’t doing it for me initially. I don’t really see JoJo with the cowboy. She seems more like a city girl, but she and Luke had some kind of weird chemistry going on that makes me think he’ll be sticking around for the long hall.
He has a kind soul, as JoJo put it. He’s a Texas gentleman who serenaded JoJo with his guitar. “He’s the type of person you want to spend every day with,” JoJo said. Aw! We like him and his sensitive soul, too.
Ugh, Chad is clearly going to be the villain of this season, which means settle in to see him around for a while. He was trash-talking guys left and right during the first night and then totally flipped it into this vulnerability in front of JoJo that made me want to gag. Chad definitely isn’t my pick to win but, as the clearly confrontational one, the show will probably keep him around.
Jordan has so many things going for him. Let us count the ways: He’s a former pro football player. He’s got the perfect Ryan Gosling hair swoop to match his chiseled grin. He has a great sense of humor, as you can see from his cameo in Pitch Perfect 2. Oh, and he’s Aaron Rodgers’ little bro. Attention equals caught. And JoJo was feelin’ it because Jordan got the first impression rose. Get it, girl, otherwise he’s already my pick for the next Bachelor.
Robby brought JoJo a bottle of wine as his first impression. As if that wasn’t a selling factor already, he then opened the bottle and they took a swig together in “Fletcher tradition.” If you’ll remember, last season, JoJo’s mom was seen in the background of her hometown date drinking straight from the bottle. Yup, I like this guy, and JoJo clearly does too.