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'Bachelorette' Bad Boy Chad Johnson Flexed and Flirted His Way Across LA – Is This His Bumble Profile?!

by John Boone 4:59 PM PDT, July 13, 2016
Playing 'Bachelorette' Bad Boy Chad Johnson Flexed and Flirted His Way Across LA – Is This His Bumble Profile?!

If you can't find love on a reality TV competition, try the old fashioned way: Bumble!

It appears the true star of Bachelorette season 12, Chad Johnson, might be looking for love online after being booted from the show. 

Photo: ETONLINE

The profile has Chad's correct age (28) and his job is listed as, "The Bachelorette & The Bachelor in Paradise TV Show" (checks out). Though he has yet to confirm it's actually him, what really sold us is his bio: "You know you like me. [Winking Emoji] Yes it's really me." That has to be Chad.

WATCH: 'Bachelorette' Bad Boy Chad Johnson Shows His Softer Side With Sweet Tribute to Late Mom

A fellow Bumble-r swiped Chad in Los Angeles, and the reality star was indeed on the West Coast this week, having the most Chad trip to L.A. ever. Starting with an obligatory airport selfie:

Decided to hop on a plane and head to LA for the week.. Airport bathroom selfie as proof 😜

A photo posted by Chad Johnson (@realchadjohnson) on

And then he basically spent the entire vacation shirtless. "Don't try to be better than anyone else, just try to be the best version of yourself," he captioned a very ~motivational~ gym video.

Don't try to be better than anyone else, just try to be the best version of yourself 🏋💯

A video posted by Chad Johnson (@realchadjohnson) on

He also returned to the mothership, Muscle Beach in Venice, where he worked out -- do we even need to specify that it was shirtless, at this point? -- and drew a crowd of adoring spectators/fans.

Workin out at the famous #MuscleBeach in Venice, Californa! 😎

A video posted by Chad Johnson (@realchadjohnson) on

Chad also shared his very Chad-y observations about L.A. living:

And promised that should he relocate, he would "ride a sportbike. Shirtless. Everyday."

If you could swipe right on a promise, we would swipe right on that.

Meanwhile, ET recently sat down with season six villain Justin "Rated R" Rego, who exclusively opened up about the "formula" for creating bad boys and what it's like for people to love to hate you. Find out what he had to say in the video below.

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