HomeArts2 Orange County Women Look For Love In 'The Bachelor' Season #25

2 Orange County Women Look For Love In ‘The Bachelor’ Season #25


TOP ROW: CHELSEA, SARAH, ALICIA, MJ, SYDNEY, ILLEANA, EMANI, MAGI, SERENA C., KAILI, MARI, RACHAEL, CASANDRA, LAUREN, KHAYLAH, CORRINNEBOTT (ABC Press Photo)NEWPORT BEACH, CA — A Newport Beach woman and a woman from Costa Mesa join the 25th season of ABC’s “The Bachelor.” The season’s two-hour episode at 8 p.m. Monday also includes three women from Los Angeles in the record field of 32 bachelorettes vying for the affection of the first Black Bachelor, Matt James.James was initially cast to be a bachelor on the 16th season of “The Bachelorette,” but when production was delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic was switched to be the lead for the 25th season of “The Bachelor.” James was a receiver for Wake Forest from 2011-14. He is a New York City-based associate with CBRE Group, Inc. the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, providing brokerage and transaction management services to a wide range of companiesFind out what’s happening in Newport Beach-Corona Del Marwith free, real-time updates from Patch.Let’s go!James also founded ABC Food Tours, a nonprofit organization that takes groups of children from underserved elementary schools to restaurants in their local communities. Casandra Suarez, Newport Beach Casandra Suarez is a 25-year-old social worker from Newport Beach who said she is ready to find a man with a genuine connection. She believes she is truly at her best, stargazing and eating s’mores in her sweatpants with no makeup.
Find out what’s happening in Newport Beach-Corona Del Marwith free, real-time updates from Patch.Let’s go!Amber Andrews, Costa Mesa Amber Andrews is a 30-year-old nursing student from Costa Mesa described by ABC as “a vivacious single mother whose world revolves around her 13-year-old son.” She is looking for a man with whom to travel the world and eventually have more children.
Andrews describes herself as caring, trustworthy, and open-minded but also stubborn and a bit impatient.Victoria Larsen, Los Angeles Victoria Larson is a 27-year-old from Los Angeles who has started health and beauty businesses. Larson said she knows she has a big personality and needs a strong man who can keep up but who won’t be controlled in any way. Marylynn Sienna, Studio CityMarylynn Sienna is a 28-year-old event planner from Studio City who said she wants a stable man who will love her unconditionally, someone who is loyal to the core, and who would be a rock for her when life throws the inevitable curve ball their way. In five years, Sienna hopes to be married with two or more rescue dogs and live a productive, inspirational, healthy life with her man’s support by her side. She said she hopes to start several companies focused on promoting environmental welfare and healthy lifestyle choices.Carolyn Vallejo, Valley Village Carolyn Vallejo is a 30-year-old Valley Village resident who is the managing editor of a newsletter. Vallejo said she has always been the caretaker in her relationships and is now looking for a man who will want to take care of her and appreciate her for the self-sufficient woman she is.
Vallejo said she wants a bold man who won’t be afraid to challenge her and call her out if she needs it. She said she needs someone who will appreciate her intensity and bring an equal amount of passion to the relationship. The field of bachelorettes will be reduced to 24 by the end of the episode. ABC has long drawn criticism for the lack of diversity in “The Bachelor” franchise. “We know we have a responsibility to make sure the love stories we’re seeing onscreen are representative of the world we live in, and we are proudly in service to our audience,” said ABC Entertainment President Karey Burke.”This is just the beginning, and we will continue to take action with regard to diversity issues on this franchise. We feel so privileged to have Matt as our first Black Bachelor, and we cannot wait to embark on this journey with him.”Get more local news delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for free Patch newsletters and alerts.ThankReply Share

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