Charity Lawson has three men remaining on her season of “The Bachelorette”.
Joey Graziadei, a tennis pro from Hawaii, Dotun Olubeko, a medicine specialist from Brooklyn, and Aaron Bryant, who Lawson initially sent home after hometowns, but seemingly allowed back into the competition after Bryant surprised Lawson in Fiji, following Lawson’s emotional breakup with Xavier Bonner.
Now that Lawson’s “The Bachelorette” season is coming to an end, she is revealing her pick for the next “Bachelor” lead.
Who Would Charity Lawson Pick As The Next ‘Bachelor’?
Charity Lawson recently sat down with Entertainment Weekly where she revealed who she would pick for the next “Bachelor” lead.
“Hands down, my vote is for John B.,” Lawson told EW, referring to John Buresh, a 27-year-old data scientist from New York. “He’s very charismatic, but in a very wholesome way. It’s not like, let me lead with my charm and then do some crazy sh-t later. He is just a well-rounded guy,” she continued.
The “Bachelorette” lead continued to praise Buresh, explaining, “A lot of people are captivated by his personality and he really is someone who I feel is very genuine at his core and sincere,” adding, “That makes for a really great lead in my opinion.”
John Buresh Opens Up About ‘Bachelorette’ Journey
He began with a quote that read, “Studies now indicating Fortune Cookies may not be as accurate as they appear…”
The 27-year-old then went on to talk about his time on the reality show. “Man. What a journey. What an experience,” he wrote. “I think I went through every emotion imaginable watching my final goodbye, however one emotion stands out above all: gratitude 🙏🏼.”
He continued, “Never in my wildest dreams would I have predicted that the shy, insecure and scrawny kid from Minnesota was going to be singing and dancing on stage, playing dodgeball in a speedo and opening his heart on national television. I’m proud of where that kid started, but I’m even more proud of the growth I’ve made; a product of my environment and the amazing people around me.”
Buresch then went on to thank Charity Lawson for being her authentic self throughout the journey, and allowing him to open up. “Charity, you are such a strong and authentic being, and beautiful on the inside and out. Thank you for taking a chance on me, for challenging me while also allowing me to be myself,” he said before adding, “Finding someone who shares the same faith and passions emboldens me to never settle for anything less. I’m excited to see how the rest of your journey unfolds and I have no doubt that as long as you trust your heart and intuitions, you’ll find your forever person ❤️.”
The 27-year-old then went on to thank the rest of the guy on the season for being “the brothers I never had but I always wanted”. “I could not have survived any of this, the group dates, rose ceremonies, and everything that followed, without all of your support,” he wrote, adding, “You all push me to be a better version of myself and I love you all for that.”
He concluded with, “My journey on the Bachelorette may have ended, but my journey for love is far from over. Love you guys.”