As the 27-year-old child and family therapist from Columbus, Georgia, continues to be seen on her hunt for Mr. Right after placing fourth on Zach Shallcross‘ season of The Bachelor (season 27), the four men who made it the furthest have been shared.
Xavier, 27, a biomedical scientist from Carrboro, North Carolina
Xavier, who stands at six-and-a-half-feet tall, is a science buff who looks forward to having a marriage much like that of his parents, who’ve been happily married for 30 years, and to having a wife who will shower their future children with the love his mom gave him as a kid.
Xavier enjoys knitting, skydiving, and playing video games.
Joey, 27, a tennis pro from Lawai, Hawaii
Described as friendly and loyal, Joey moved to Hawaii after graduating and has been teaching tennis and enjoying time at the beach ever since. As he looks to find a wife, Joey hopes to land someone who will join him in his love of all things adventure.
When he’s not working, Joey spends time golfing and listening to country music.
Aaron B., 29, a software salesman from San Diego, California
Aaron is an ex-football player and hopeless romantic who is said to be passionate, understanding, and patient. And after his last relationship failed, he’s hoping to find someone thoughtful, outgoing, and emotionally intelligent.
Aaron plays both the violin and the piano and is a fan of Tyler, the Creator, James Patterson novels, and Cajun food.
Dotun, 30, an integrative medicine specialist from Brooklyn, New York
Dotun, who comes from a large Nigerian-American family, is said to be an open-minded listener who is full of love. As for his dream woman, he hopes she will be a fan of adventure and excitement.
Dotun’s dream job would be working as the head of the CIA, and he enjoys cooking in his air fryer.
- Tuesday, April 11 with Xavier Bonner in Ohio
- Thursday, April 13 with Joey Graziadei in Pennsylvania
- Saturday, April 15 with Aaron Bryant in Texas
- Monday, April 17 with Dotun Olubeko in California
Following the hometown dates with the final four, Charity treated her three finalists, who reportedly include Aaron and Dotun, to overnight dates. Then, one of the three men was eliminated, and two went on to meet her family.
Although Aaron was rumored to have been eliminated after the final four dates, and to have arrived in Fiji, where Charity ultimately gets engaged, uninvited in an effort to win her back, Steve said that was not the case, but he confirmed he was not the last man standing. As he explained, a video shared online saw Aaron attending a yacht party in San Diego on the day the final rose ceremony was filmed in Fiji. And in addition to that, Aaron has been cast in the new season of Bachelor in Paradise.
With the information he’s received, Steve concluded that Aaron likely finished in third.
Dotun was also said to have been part of the final three group as video footage shows him in Fiji during filming. And regarding who else was part of the final three, Steve said that while it could’ve been Xavier or Joey, Xavier seemed to be seen in Fiji in a June 12 promo shared by The Bachelorette‘s official Instagram page.
However, while Xavier appeared to be in the Fiji footage, the clip showing him there seems to have been removed from ABC’s promo.
Looking back on a June 15 episode of his podcast, Steve noted that he had confirmed Xavier “was in Fiji” after the clip in question was first shared.
If the man seen in the promo was, in fact, Xavier, that would mean that the final three are Xavier, Dotun, and Aaron. And since Aaron wasn’t in Fiji for the filming of the finale, that would mean either Xavier or Dotun ultimately ended up engaged to Charity.
But if the man was not Xavier, Joey could have been part of the final three, and Xavier could have been eliminated after the hometown dates.
The Bachelorette season 20 airs Mondays at 9/8c on ABC.