Chris Soules is the new Bachelor for this upcoming season of ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ and in honor of the girl’s vying for his heart I have found their celebrity look-alike. We won’t be able to meet each girl until the shows premiere on Jan 5th but that’s not keeping me from getting the first glimpses of them.

I have to say he has many beauties to choose from and I’ll be interested to see how it all turns out. Until then let’s check out some of their doppelgängers.

Tandra: Erin Andrews


Whitney: Tony Romo’s Wife, Candice Crawford


Tracy: Audrina Patridge


Kaitlyn: Megan Fox


Alissa: Danica Patrick


Ashley: Olivia Culpo


Kelsey: Nina dobrev


Ashley: Stacy Keibler


Nicole: Amy Adams


Michelle: Lucy Hale




Check out all of the contestants HERE and if you have any comments or better suggestions on who they look like, share below! ;)


Aside from the hometown dates, the overnight dates are just as fun to watch and the most important time for the relationships. This is the make or break for each relationship because it’s no longer about how much fun each person is but whether or not they could be a husband or wife. You can see that transition in Andi and why she had to let Chris go even though he seems like the perfect catch.

There are two really strong and very different relationships formed in Nick and in Josh.

Nick and Andi were able to spend some quality time hanging out on their own private beach (The best!) and I’m not going to lie, I really like these two together as I’m seeing the connection and chemistry transpire. She had an instant connection with Nick that first night and it’s telling to see that the connection has continued. So often the initial ‘connection’ is typically just an attraction that can fade after the first few weeks. If you are thinking about a husband and someone that will be with you for life then you definitely want to have a mental connection, someone who understands you completely and someone who is passionate. Those qualities are lasting and the exact things Andi said she feels about Nick.

I found Nick to be charming and sweet on this date and I like the fact that he says he learned a lot from his last breakup and is ok with giving Andi his all regardless of the outcome. That is the only way the process can work and for Andi to find out who she really needs in her life. Nick’s love for Andi is apparent in the way that he looks at her. Andi mentioned a couple times that their relationship felt like an ‘adult romance’ and well, to me that is what a lasting marriage looks like. Yes, you can have fun and be goofy (that keeps the passion alive) but as for getting through differences or being able to discuss important milestones there has to be a maturity and an openness in both to understand where each other are coming from.

Sometimes emotional connections we feel can be confusing because they do not look like or feel like the connections of attraction that most relationships start on.  They are definitely a more important type of connection though, needed for a lasting love. Infatuation can be debilitating in a relationship after a few years because attraction can overpower emotional growth at times. This is where the mind and the heart battle each other.

Anyways, Nick’s story book was adorable and very thoughtful. It was his way of sharing his feelings and how much he cares for her. I do wish he just came right out and said that he loved her but it’s hard to be in the men’s shoes because they know that she can’t reciprocate those words.

Josh and Andi are a beautiful couple together. They both seem to suit the other just right, at least in appearances they do for sure. Josh is always so happy around Andi and it’s endearing to see how much he loves her. His affectionate alone speaks volumes to how he feels for her. You can tell that he is the protective kind of guy and will be her rock when she needs him to be, so for all of those reasons I like Josh for Andi. Another thing that I noticed is how he tells her he loves her with such conviction and confidence as if it wasn’t the first time he’s said it to her. I liked that he wasn’t afraid to tell her that he loves her and wanted to make sure she knew that.

While Andi is sitting with Josh at night, her demeanor and mind seemed really conflicted and I can understand why. Here sits ‘the man of her dreams’ I am sure, everything she could ever wanted, telling her how much he cares about her, while her past experiences with other men, that were professional athletes, worries her because she doesn’t want to go down that same path to heartbreak. I would say she has nothing to worry about with Josh. The way that he adores her and has never felt the way he does with her will keep him as a loyal partner.

The two words that Andi kept using to describe her relationship with Josh was ‘young & vibrant’. With that said, I can see where some other concerns lie in her relationship with Josh and being able to have serious conversations or get through differences. A relationship can’t maintain on fun alone, there has to be maturity there for a solid foundation to get through life together and to grow. I can see these two working out though and think that daily life together would bring out more of the serious side to Josh and that would create a perfect balance for the two of them. He brings out her goofy side while she brings out his more emotional and serious side. Win, win.

Now on to Chris. I knew that his goodbye was coming from the beginning of the episode. You could tell in how she described each guy and each relationship. With Nick and Josh she described how they made her feel while with Chris she just named off all of his qualities. That was a telling sign that she wasn’t as far in with him as the other men. Chris is such a sweetheart and why it was so hard for Andi to say goodbye but I’m glad that she did when she did. When you are already this far along with other relationships, it’s not fair to keep someone around as their feelings progress if you know it’s not right. She did the right thing in letting him go and I can only hope that he finds what he is looking for. Possibly on television?

I’m excited for next week and Men Tell All. It’s fun to see how the guys change their perspectives after watching the show back. Should be interesting! Until next week…

Photo: ABC

Well, well, well. I am finally back with ‘The Bachelorette’ recaps just in time to meet the families of the 4 remaining men. Moving, traveling and summertime distractions have taken over my Monday night Bachelorette viewing but I vow to never let that happen again. Although I totally missed out on all the other farewells and the steamy connections that were forming, it’s pretty obvious where Andi’s heart lies and I don’t think the other guys ever stood a chance in comparison.


Let’s begin with the first hometown date that took us to Milwaukee. I have been missing some of the drama with Nick but I’m not a fool and can tell that he is pretty possessive of Andi. In his mind there are no other men vying for her heart because he thinks he already has her. Confidence is key when on this show but a little too much is known as arrogance so I’m interested to see where their relationship goes. Any who.. Andi and Nick have a great time checking out the spots in his city. They go to his local brewery where he had a custom brew made for them although I’m sure ‘the Perfect Brew’ was just Coors Light or something, but hey it’s the thought that counts.

Nick has an enormous family! I still couldn’t keep up with how many total but there were definitely a lot of pictures on the wall. His family seems very sweet and sincere but also concerned for him. He has been hurt in the past and they don’t want to see that happen again. Understandably. It was precious how his sister got a bit emotional and protective and how his little sister asked Andi some hard questions but totally forgot the answers. Nick and Andi seem to have a great connection and comfortable relationship established so he’s definitely one of her favs. She has liked him from the start but there’s something to say about a guy that other guys don’t like. It usually doesn’t translate well when in a relationship.


Chris. The Farmer. I think Chris is a wonderful, kind, and respectful man but I just can’t picture Andi on a farm..? She seemed hesitant and not excited about the possibility of living in Iowa and almost doubtful that it could even work. She is used to a different lifestyle (as are most people who don’t live on a farm) and that would be a huge transition to handle. I feel you girl. Although peaceful I’m not sure I would be cut out for the country… I love cities too much.

I do believe that when you are in love it doesn’t matter where you live as long as you are with that person, but at the same time there are going to be compromises that have to happen and it can only work if both are willing to accept them. I’m not sure if the emotional passion is there between them for a compromise like that to work, but here’s to hoping because he does seem like a great catch. His family was the sweetest and I love that they all support him and trust him to the fullest. That helps a lot if they are going to become her family too.


Andi and Josh. These two are smitten for each other. By far Andi was the most excited to see Josh over any of the other guys, it was written all over her face and demeanor, whether you want to believe it or not. They are both googly eyed when together and it’s charming that Josh is a beefy guy but a softy when it comes to Andi. He adores her! Josh took notes from my Chris and took Andi to the ball-field to play a little baseball. It seems like every season of ‘The Bachelorette’ consists of a hometown date at a baseball field by an ex-baseball player and so far it’s been good luck for those guys so let’s see if that luck continues.

As soon as Andi walks into Josh’s parents house, I can’t seem to find her because she blends right in with his family! She looks like she belongs IN the family by looks alone. I mean couldn’t Josh’s mom resemble Andi when she was her age? Pretty interesting but none the less, a gorgeous family. His family is extremely tight net and they do everything together which seems like a concern to Andi during her visit. I liked that Josh’s sister was honest about it and said that they will have to compromise when it came to weekends and seeing family but she’s right, that’s what marriage is all about. You can’t bring two families together without having to choose one at certain times with conflicting events/holidays/etc.

It’s convenient that Josh and Andi live the closest to each other – compared to the other men and may be a deciding factor when it comes down to it.


Marcus. The Sweetheart. There is so much kindness and love in Marcus’s pearly blue eyes that I can’t help but want him to find love. His striptease was a perfect contrast to his more reserved personality and showed a boldness that I think Andi needed to see. It’s apparent that his feelings are further along than hers and that is always a concern when there are other men in the mix. She admits that her feelings aren’t there yet to his sister, almost as a way of letting her know Marcus isn’t the one.

The tearjerker of the night was when Chris Harrison had to break the news to everyone about Eric Hill’s death. What terrible news to hear after a great week of dates. Eric’s life inspires many and his passing will never be forgotten. The loss of someone you know definitely puts the perspective on what is important, not a rose or another date, but of a fulfilled life, living in the moment. Just like Eric lived his. Andi was definitely taken back by the news and I can’t imagine her thoughts as she re-lived their last conversation. The remorse and sadness was apparent and I’m sure that was hard to deal with while also having to send another person home.

That other person was Marcus and I felt for him as he left heartbroken, teary eyed and defeated. He is such a gentle soul that will be an adoring husband and caring father.  I truly hope that he finds the right girl because he deserves it.

Until next week… Carry on.


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