‘The Bachelor’ Casts 3 Asian American Contestants for Season 24

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Thirty-three women, three of whom are of Asian descent, will be competing for love in the upcoming 24th season of “The Bachelor.”

ABC released images of the 33 women on the Facebook page of “The Bachelor” on Tuesday for “an early look” without providing many details about them.

Among the lovely ladies competing for the attention and affection of the next “Bachelor” are three women in particular: Jasmine Nguyen, Eunice Cho and Tammy Ly.

Nguyen is a 29-year-old from Houston, Texas.

Not many details are available for contestant Eunice Cho, who is from Chicago based on her published profile.

Meanwhile, Tammy K. Ly is a Syracuse-based real estate agent who speaks English and Vietnamese, Syracuse.com reports.

On her YouTube channel, she posts travel vlogs. According to her Instagram page, she also works in insurance, investing, marketing, bartending and acting.

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ABC revealed on Tuesday night that former “The Bachelorette” runner-up Peter Weber will be the leading man on the new season of the popular dating reality TV show.

While the producers of the show are pretty tight-lipped on the contestants’ details, it won’t be long before we learn about them as the new season of “The Bachelor” premieres on ABC in January 2020.

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