Alert: We Finally Have a Release Date for Jenn Tran’s New ‘Bachelorette’ Season

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Jenn Tran is ABC’s next Bachelorette, and we simply! cannot! wait! for her season to get started. Although honestly, it sounds like we won’t have to wait too long because it’s going down pretty much right now.

Like, Jenn’s contestants have been revealed up by ABC, filming has already ended, and we officially know who her final two are. So on that note, here’s literally everything we know about Jenn’s upcoming season of The Bachelorette!

Season 21 Drops on July 8

It's about to be a summer of love for Shawn Mendes stans and our new Bachelorette, Jenn Tran. In a new promo for her season, Jenn plays a claw machine game to find her perfect match and is perched upon the claw in a 🔥🔥🔥 red ruffled dress. "The power is in her hands," the promo reads before announcing a release date of July 8.

Filming Ended on May 16

According to Reality Steve, Jenn's season started filming on March 26—literally one day after she was announced as Bachelorette—and wrapped up on May 16.

It’s a Largely International Season

Reality Steve reports that Jenn’s season was, for the most part, filmed abroad—though the cast filmed in at least one U.S. city. Per Steve, limo entrances were "at the mansion," and then everyone went straight overseas—hitting up New Zealand and Australia.

Her Contestants Are Super Cute

Get to know them right this way:

*Note: ABC usually leaves a few days between dropping potential contestants and filming so that fans can vet the cast, but...not this time!

Noah Erb’s Brother Is on the Show

Remember Noah? Competed on The Bachelorette season 16? Went on Bachelor in Paradise? Got engaged to Abigail Heringer? Well, his brother Aaron Erb appears to be cast on Jenn’s season:


Jenn Knows Exactly What She Wants in a Man

Here’s to hoping ABC’s casting team came through, because Jenn says she wants a guy who has a “really big personality” and can “take it as much as they can dish it.” Basically, she’s a fan of “cheeky banter,” so these contestants better bring it.

As she put it, “If we just spend the whole night literally making fun of each other, that would be the most ideal night ever.”

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Jenn also says that ultimately, “I hope I find my person, someone that I truly feel like is 100 percent my perfect match and someone who I’m compatible with, someone who he and I can have fun and also just feel like we’re each other’s person.”

This Season Is History-Making for the Franchise

Jenn is the first Asian American Bachelorette, a moment of representation that’s a long time coming for this franchise and one that means a lot to her.

“It’s honestly incredible. I feel so so grateful and so honored to be the first Asian Bachelorette in this franchise,” she told Jesse Palmer during The Bachelor’s “After the Final Rose” special.

Jenn added that she didn’t see Asian representation on television while she was growing up and said, “Now to be here today sitting in this position being like, ‘I am going to lead my own love story. I am going to be the main character in my story,’ I just can’t help but think of how many people I’m inspiring and how many lives I am changing.”

We Know Her Winner

It goes without saying but....


According to Reality Steve, Jenn's final two contestants are Marcus Shoberg and Devin Strader.

And she's engaged to Devin!

Oh, and here's a look at her dress for the ceremony!

We still don't know who won, but stay tuned for updates.

Genuinely so excited to make Jenn’s season our entire personality in 3, 2, 1...

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