Charity Lawson is making history as the fourth woman of color to hold the role of “Bachelorette” lead and the second monoracial African American woman to be the “Bachelorette.”
Her season officially kicked off two weeks ago and it has already been filled with drama, romance, and a lot of kissing — but who does Lawson think is the best kisser? She is revealing the answer on “Live With Kelly and Mark”.
Who Is The Best Kisser On This Season Of ‘The Bachelorette’?
Charity Lawson recently went onto ABC’s “Live With Kelly and Mark” to talk about her season of “The Bachelorette”. While on, she broke down who she thinks holds the position for “best style”, “best body”, and, of course, “best kisser”.
First, Mark Consuelos asked Lawson who she thinks has the “best style” out of her remaining men, to which she pointed to Tanner, a part-time fitness instructor from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The next question for Lawson was who she thinks has the “best body”, to which she pointed to Dotun, an integrative medicine specialist from Brooklyn.
She then went on to reveal who the “best kisser” is, to which she said the “obvious” choice is Joey, the 27-year-old tennis player who won the competition on the latest episode of “The Bachelorette” and broke the record for longest kiss in “Bachelor” history with Charity Lawson.
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She also went on to reveal who had the “best brain”, which went to Xavier, a biomedical scientist, as well as “best pot stirrer”, to which Lawson pointed to not one, not two, but three individuals — Adrian, a 33-year-old realtor who stirred up drama on the latest episode alongside Brayden, who received Lawson’s first impression rose, and who Lawson also pointed too, as well as Sean, a 25-year-old software salesman from Tampa, Florida.
Charity Lawson Speaks Out On ‘The Bachelorette’
Before her season started, Charity Lawson spoke to Jennifer Hudson on her talk show to discuss what it’s like to be the fourth woman of color to hold the role of “Bachelorette” lead and the second monoracial African American woman to be the “Bachelorette.”
“It’s bigger than me,” Lawson told Hudson on the talk show before adding, “and I’m honored to hold that representation for other people at home that look like me — little girls and women of color who can look up to me and acknowledge that this is possible for them too.”
Rachel Lindsay was the first woman of color to be the “Bachelorette” lead on Season 13, followed by Tayshia Adams, who split Season 16 with Clare Crawley. The most recent before Lawson was Michelle Young, who was the Season 18 lead.
Lawson explained how she still can’t believe she is the “Bachelorette.” “I still am [processing it],” Lawson said on the show. “This time last year… I was graduating and then working [as a child and family therapist] and getting the opportunity to go on Zach’s season and be on The Bachelor, and now I’m on my journey.”
“The Bachelorette” airs Mondays on ABC.