There’s just something about watching 25 guys bow down before a hot, assertive woman that stirs our inner feminist.
And of the final four bachelors, one in particular, Graham Bunn, caught our attention — he’s a Manhattanite.
Well, I am feeling incredibly honored that I was asked by THE Pamela Sorensen to contribute something noteworthy to her blog!
I am always drawn to socially savvy, confident women who have something to sayâ€¦.
While both beverages have a long history dating back to ancient civilizations, their combination hasn’t always been a given; in fact, considering how much beer and coffee are brewed daily, it’s still relatively rare.
Plus, he comes off as moody, prone to jealousy, commitment-phobic, and emotionally stunted, just like every guy we’ve dated in this town. Alas, Bachelorette De Anna sent him home for his inability to talk about his feelings.
Jada Yuan caught up with Graham to find out what happened the night he was dismissed, and whether he’s free now to date the rest ofwatch. Well, obviously I am depicted as a very closed-off person, which I don’t think is entirely true.
") and his confusion over why she'd target Crawley, forced Bunn to take a breather from the rose ceremony.
At the end of the episode, it's still unclear what he'll do -- and when asked for about the follow-up episode, which airs tonight at 8 p.m.