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Who Rachel chooses on The Bachelorette, plus her suitors, grouped by job

Who Rachel chooses on The Bachelorette, plus her suitors, grouped by job
Rachel Lindsay and one of her suitors, Matthew, who is in costume. (Photo by Paul Hebert/ABC)

ABC released the identities of the 31 men competing for Rachel Lindsay’s affection on The Bachelorette, and there is a predictable assortment of models, attorneys, and salespeople. But there is also “a tickle monster,” and a few other people with fun and/or mysterious job titles.

Also today, Reality Steve revealed who Rachel chose. Yes, filing is complete and Rachel is either engaged or not engaged. (ABC previously released a full summary of the entire season, minus names.)

If you want to know that contestant’s identity, read paragraph three of his story, which also includes the identities of the final four. (Update: Steve changed his prediction on June 5.)

Bachelorette Rachel’s bachelors

Here’s the full cast, which I’ve grouped together by my judgment of the description of their occupations. What they actually do in those jobs, or whether they’re amazing or assholes, remains to be seen.


  1. Jonathan, 31, a tickle monster from New Smyrna Beach, FL. (Hot.)
  2. Lucas, 30, a “whaboom” from Santa Monica, CA. (I do not know what this is.)
  3. Kenny, 35, a professional wrestler from Las Vegas, NV (Yes, he could also have gone in the fourth category.)

Public servants

  1. Grant, 29, an emergency medicine physician from New York City, NY
  2. Jedidiah, 35, an ER physician from Augusta, GA
  3. Bryce, 30, a firefighter from Orlando, FL
  4. Blake K., 29, a U.S. Marine veteran from San Francisco, CA


  1. Peter, 31, a business owner from Madison, WI. (But what kind of business? Mysterious!)
  2. Mohit, 26, a product manager from Pacifica, CA (What product?)
  3. Michael, 26, a former professional basketball player from Chicago, IL (Why former?)
  4. Milton, 31, a hotel recreation supervisor from North Bay Village, FL (Depending upon the kind of hotel and how he defines “recreation,” this could be fun.)

Predictable reality cast member types

  • Lee, 30, a singer/songwriter from Nashville, TN
  • Blake E., 31, an aspiring drummer from Marina del Rey, CA
  • Brady, 29, a male model from Miami, FL
  • Eric, 29, a personal trainer from Los Angeles, CA
  • Jack Stone, 32, an attorney from Dallas, TX
  • Josiah, 28, a prosecuting attorney from Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • Robert “Rob,” 30, a law student from Houston, TX


  1. Jamey, 32, a sales account executive from Santa Monica, CA
  2. Will, 28, a sales manager from Miami, FL
  3. Adam, 27, a real estate agent from Dallas, TX
  4. Matthew, “Matt,” 32, a construction sales rep from Meriden, CT

Tell others what to do

  1. Kyle 26, a marketing consultant from Los Angeles, CA
  2. Dean, 26., a startup recruiter from Venice, CA
  3. DeMario, 30, an executive recruiter from Century City, CA
  4. Ignacio, “Iggy,” 30, a consulting firm CEO from Chicago, IL

The final catch-all category, aka boring

  1. Alex, 28, an information systems supervisor from Grosse Pointe Park, MI
  2. Anthony, 26, an education software manager from Chicago, IL
  3. Bryan, 37, a chiropractor from Miami, FL
  4. Fred, 27, an executive assistant from Dallas, TX
  5. Kenneth, “Diggy,” 31, a senior inventory analyst from Chicago, IL

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