Jen Tran's 'The Bachelorette' Season: International Filming, Cast and Locations

Jenn Tran is officially ABC's next Bachelorette, and we simply can't wait for her season to begin. Although honestly, it looks like we won't have to wait also Long because it's pretty low right now.

For example, the filming schedule has been put together, Jen's contestants have been rounded up by ABC, and at this point we're probably just days away from spoilers. So, on that note, here's everything we know about Jenn's upcoming season And the bachelorette!

Filming begins tonight (March 26)

according to Reality Steve, filming begins on March 26 — literally one day after Jen was announced as single. Wild!

It's very much an international season

Reality Steve reported that Jane's season will be filmed mostly overseas — although the cast is filming in at least one US city. According to Steve, the limousine entrances will be “at the palace”, and then everyone will head straight out – arriving in New Zealand and Australia.

Her contestants are so cute

Get to know them this way:

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

Noah Earp's brother is on the show

Remember Noah? Compete for And the bachelorette Season 16? gold Bachelor in Paradise? Are you engaged to Abigail Herringer? Well, his brother is Aaron Earp, who appears to be participating in Jane's season:


Jane knows exactly what she wants in a man

Here's hoping ABC's casting team comes through, because Jenn says she wants a guy with a “really big personality” who can “take it as far as he can take it.” She's basically a fan of “cheeky banter” so these contestants had better go for it.

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As she puts it: “If we spent the whole night making fun of each other, it would be the most perfect night ever.”


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Gene also says that in the end, “I hope to find my person, someone that I really feel is 100% for me and someone that I'm compatible with, someone that he and I can have fun with and also feel like we are.” Bring back each other's person.”

This season is making history for the franchise

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

“It's honestly unbelievable. I feel so grateful and so proud to be the first Asian Bachelorette in this franchise,” she told Jessie Palmer. The Bachelor After the Final Rose private.

Jane added that she didn't see Asian representation on TV when she was growing up and said, “Now, to be here today and sitting in this position, I'm going to lead my own love story, I'm going to be the main hero.” “My character in my story, I can't help but think about how many people I inspire and how many people I change.”

Really very excited to make Jane our character's entire season in 3, 2, 1.

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