Spoiler Alert! Details about five of 'Bachelorette' Andi Dorfman's suitors have leaked.
Andi Dorfman may have bounced on Juan Pablo Galavis deep into Season 18 of The Bachelor because, well, things between them were "not okay." But the gorgeous legal eagle hasn't soured on L-O-V-E, courtesy of JP. She is still looking for "The One" and is hopping right back on the horse, rebounding quite nicely as The Bachelorette. Andi's season doesn't air until May, but we've got the scoop on some of the gentleman aiming to win her heart and her rose.
Here's some intel and vitals on a handful of contestants. Seems to us that our gal Andi will have a difficult choice ahead of her, since on paper, these dudes appear to be pretty decent catches. And here's the obligatory "Spoiler Alert!" If you want to be surprised, then stop right here. If you want the scoop, and we know you really do, then keep reading.
Brett Melnick: He's 30, from Warminster, Pa. and is a hair stylist. He's quite metro and runs a men's fashion blog, which is sorely in need of an update. But hey, we'll cut him some slack, since he's busy right now with other worthy pursuits, like trying to win A. Dorf's heart.
Josh Bauer: A marketing manager with a master's degree, Bauer, 29, apparently didn't last long and was eliminated on the first night. Adios, Josh. We hardly knew ye.
Andrew Poole: Poole has a millennial-friendly gig. He works in Facebook's L.A. office as a "media solutions strategist" -- whatever that means! He's also 29.
Brian Osbourne: Brian is sporty -- literally. He has a B.A. in sports and recreational management and works as an assistant basketball coach for a boy's high school team and is 31.
Marcus Grodd: Grodd, 26, was born in Canada and is half-German and half-Polish. He played soccer — a goalie — overseas and ultimately moved to Dallas. He also does Crossfit, bless his heart.
Want another spoiler? Come on, you know you do! It's a byproduct of the information age. On one of the group dates, Andi and her boys were seen in Santa Barbara on Wednesday (March 19), taking in an outdoor Boyz II Men show, reminding us that '90s nostalgia is still a thing.
The suitors were divided into two groups — one decked out in khaki blazers, the other in blue cardigans. We can't help but wonder what Brett the Fashion Blogger thought of those attire choices. Even so, each group sang their version of the Boyz hit "I'll Make Love to You."
You may now commence swooning.