Jenn Tran: 5 Things About The New Bachelorette


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Love is still in the air for the new Bachelorette Jenn Tran who is ready to embark on her journey to find her Prince Charming on season 21 of the series.

The 26-year-old — who was born on November 24, 1997 in New Jersey— will return to the franchise tonight as she was last let go by Bachelor 28, Joey Graziadei, who ended his journey to finding love with fiancée Kelsey Anderson. 

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Now if you missed her on Joey’s season Hollywoodlife has got you covered with 5 fun facts about the princess who awaits for her knight and shining armor:

Jenn becomes the first Asian Bachelorette 

The Bachelor nation alum was announced The Bachelorette in March and comes from a Vietnamese family. The reality dating show became inclusive with this selection making her the first Asian to be the main role, which was a big honor to her. She told The Associated Press, “I think about it every day, all the time. I think if I pushed it aside, that would be such a dishonor to me in who I am because being Asian American, that’s me.” 

She added, “My mom and I speak a lot of Vietnamese together. And I can’t wait for people to see that. That’s not something that people have seen before.”

Working Towards Becoming A Physician Assistant 

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Love is still in the air for the new Bachelorette Jenn Tran who is ready to embark on her journey to find her Prince Charming on season 21 of the series.

The 26-year-old — who was born on November 24, 1997 in New Jersey— will return to the franchise tonight as she was last let go by Bachelor 28, Joey Graziadei, who ended his journey to finding love with fiancée Kelsey Anderson. 

Now if you missed her on Joey’s season Hollywoodlife has got you covered with 5 fun facts about the princess who awaits for her knight and shining armor:

Jenn becomes the first Asian Bachelorette 

The Bachelor nation alum was announced The Bachelorette in March and comes from a Vietnamese family. The reality dating show became inclusive with this selection making her the first Asian to be the main role, which was a big honor to her. She told The Associated Press, “I think about it every day, all the time. I think if I pushed it aside, that would be such a dishonor to me in who I am because being Asian American, that’s me.” 

She added, “My mom and I speak a lot of Vietnamese together. And I can’t wait for people to see that. That’s not something that people have seen before.”

Working Towards Becoming A Physician Assistant 

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