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“Would You Please Accept this Dinosaur?”

“Would You Please Accept this Dinosaur?”

Image source The Huffington Post

Jimmy Kimmel recently introduced the newest member of The Bachelor franchise – his nephew Wesley. I won’t deny that I’m a big Bachelor/Bachelorette fan, though I think each season continues to get crazier, boozier, and even more immature with each new batch of contestants looking for an acting career love. As they continue to act like foot-stomping, whining children, “The Baby Bachelor” looks like a group of mature, levelheaded adults in comparison.

Check out this great catch Wesley, who lives with his parents, dreams of fire trucks, and is ready for love. Watch as the ladies vie for his attention: Gabrielle – A Unicorn Enthusiast, Eva – A Finger Painter, Jesse – A Stay-at-Home-Daughter looking for a sugar daddy, and Stella – A Handful. Wesley is a gentleman throughout Episode 1, planting a kiss on Stella’s cheek when the competition becomes too overwhelming for her and a meltdown unfolds. Never lacking in drama queens, this season has Franki – the Hip Hop Dancer – showing off and dancing by the pool in a bikini to the dismay of the rest of the girls.

Think this new Bachelor version has staying power? I don’t know about you, but I’d definitely watch a full season to see the tantrums unfold and find out if Wesley will find his true love before naptime.

Posted by Amanda