On March 13, ABC announced the 33 men who "may" be on Brown's season ofThe Bachelorette, and now, three men have been cut. In a Facebook Live video on Tuesday, host Chris Harrison gave fans an overview of what to expect from the 30 guys we'll see on night one -- meaning Joe R., Matt D. and Ben are out!
"Really good group of guys. Hannah's a lucky woman," Harrison said after delivering several zingers about this season's suitors. The guys who stuck out? That would be Connor S. (who apparently jumps a fence for Brown in the premiere), Grant, who is unemployed (that's all Harrison had to say about that), John Paul Jones ("He's a mood. He's a way of life," Harrison said), Scott (not here for the "right reasons") and Tyler C. (who walks the "fine line" between confidence and cockiness). Watch below.
In an interview with ET last week, Harrison explained that they chose to release the men's headshots early this year "because of social media" -- and that they always cast backups just in case.
"Everybody we bring in to be on The Bachelor or The Bachelorette doesn't make it to the show," he said. "They are all great guys or great women, but at the end of the day, as producers we have to sit down and we have to think through the dates, we think through the beats, we think through the hours of television that ABC has given us and we think how many guys can we have. Then we start fighting over our favorites of who is gonna be a good story."
Scroll down to see who's still in the running for Brown's heart.
Scott, 28, a software sales executive from Chicago, IL
Thomas, 27, an international pro basketball player from Detroit, MI
Tyler C., 26, a general contractor from Jupiter, FL
Tyler G., 28, a psychology graduate student from Boca Raton, FL
In a recent press release, ABC revealed that "Hannah's Angels," aka Bachelor standouts Demi Burnett and Katie Morton, will be parked in a surveillance van near the Bachelor Mansion to keep a watchful eye on the men. By the end of the cocktail party, Brown will say goodbye to eight more men, leaving her with a group of 22 suitors heading into week two.
"Oh man, they gotta be good looking," she joked. "... Just a good human. Good heart, kind, strong, but ultimately I want at the end of this to know that they know me. And know every part of me. And not just some version of myself that I, like, package together and am like, 'Do you like this?' And I think I've done that in the past. But the good and the bad and I want that in return."
See more on the video below.
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