‘The Bachelorette’: Will ‘girlfriend virgin’ Sam Nejad catch a first date with Jenn Tran? A suitor makes a surprising admission

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: In the latest trailer of ‘The Bachelorette’, Sam Nejad, a 25-year-old entrepreneur from Carlsbad, California, caught everyone’s attention with his charming personality and bold moves. Hailing from a large Persian family and famous for his adventurous nature, Sam immediately struck a chord with Jenn Tran from their very first meeting.

During one of the initial meetings, Sam held a sign for Jenn that read, “Jenn, will you be my first girlfriend?” This heartfelt gesture immediately melted Jenn’s heart. Overwhelmed with joy, she answered: “Yes”, and went to him for a hug. This adorable proposal secured Sam the coveted first date with Jenn.

Sam’s willingness to be open and vulnerable from the start, combined with his fun-loving attitude, set a high standard for the other contestants. As the season progresses, viewers are eager to witness how this budding romance will unfold.

Who is Sam Nejad on ‘The Bachelorette’?

Sam Nejad, a 25-year-old entrepreneur from Carlsbad, California, is a contestant on Season 21 of “The Bachelor.” Coming from a large Persian family, Sam values ‚Äč‚Äčtheir approval greatly, hoping to earn it when he pursues love on the show. Known for his drive and adventurous spirit, Sam enjoys exciting dates like zip-lining.

Outside of his professional life, Sam has a soft spot for rom-coms and loves spending quality time with his dog, Wagmi. Interestingly, his favorite holiday is April Fools’ Day, and he takes pride in his appearance, particularly enjoying getting his eyebrows threaded.

Sam Nejad is an Iranian entrepreneur (Instagram/ @samnejad)
“The Bachelor” star Sam Nejad is an Iranian entrepreneur (Instagram/ @samnejad)

Jenn Tran says ‘it’s unfortunate’ there aren’t many Asian suitors on ‘The Bachelorette’.

Jenn Tran, the first Asian American “Bachelor,” expressed her disappointment regarding the dearth of Asian American men during her season of the show. Despite making history with her selection, Tran is discouraged by the limited representation of Asian suitors.

“I can’t really speak to the casting process and the decisions that were made, but it’s unfortunate that there weren’t many Asian men this season,” Tran told Glamor . “Asian men haven’t always seen themselves in this position, and I hope that me being here and Thomas N. being there can inspire other Asian men to realize that they can do it too if they want to. They can be in this position. too,” she added.

Jenn Tran wishes to finish her PA school from the 21st season of
“The Bachelor” Season 21 lead Jenn Tran (Instagram/@jenntranx)

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