‘You’re a jobless bro’: ‘The Bachelorette’ fans tease Spencer Conley about managing pet portraits.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: In the highly anticipated first episode of ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 21, viewers were introduced to Spencer Conley, a contestant vying for the affection of leading lady Jenn Tran.

However, it wasn’t Spencer’s charming demeanor or good looks that immediately caught the attention of fans, but rather his intriguing occupation. Hailing from the bustling city of Dallas, Texas, Spencer, 30, brought a unique edge to the competition that set him apart from the rest.

During the episode, Spencer revealed to Jenn that he makes a living as a pet portrait contractor. He explained that his work involved taking photos of people’s pets and turning them into unique works of art.

However, his revelation was met with criticism in social media, with many questioning the validity of his profession and even going as far as labeling him as unemployed.

X-user said, “Spencer is really a Pet Portrait Entrepreneur just say unemployed.”

Spencer is really a Portrait Entrepreneur 😂🤣 just say unemployed #TheBachelorette #Bachelorette pic.twitter.com/dDITv8v7a2

— bianca luz (@allthebuzzwbee) July 9, 2024

Another user went on to say, “I’m an entrepreneur” Just say you’re unemployed bro #TheBachelorette.”

“I’m an entrepreneur”
Just say you’re an unemployed bro #TheBachelorette

— Mads (@Madsthebachbish) July 9, 2024

Followed by another user who wrote, “What the hell is a Pet Portrait Entrepreneur.”

What the hell is a PetPortrait entrepreneur
#TheBachelor pic.twitter.com/BPBdAPwVQp

— Bachelor Bob (@BachelorBob_) July 9, 2024

A fourth user chimed in, “Jesse says these men are 20 of the most eligible bachelors… I’m guessing that includes ‘pet portrait contractor,’ ‘virgin,’ and ‘ex-overseas professional basketball player.’

Jesse says these men are 20 of the most eligible bachelors… I guess that includes “pet portrait entrepreneur”, “love woman” and “ex-overseas professional basketball player” #thebachelorette

— Amanda (@xoxo_manda__) July 9, 2024

A user joked, “Definitely changing my LinkedIn title to Pet Portrait Entrepreneur.”

I will definitely be changing my LinkedIn title to Pet Portrait Entrepreneur #TheBachelorette #bachelornation

— Chelsea Allyn (@chelseallyn) July 9, 2024

Another user said, “Codename for ‘unemployed'”

code name for “unemployed”

— isabella (@isabella_wolfee) July 9, 2024

Who is Spencer Conley on the 21st season of “The Bachelorette”?

Spencer Conley, a resident of Dallas at the age of 30, is known for his successful venture as a pet portrait entrepreneur. Described by ABC as someone who always sees the glass as half full, Conley exudes positivity in all aspects of his life, whether spending time with loved ones or managing his business endeavors. His passion for creating pet portraits stems from his beloved dog, Roux, serving as his muse.

In his downtime, Conley enjoys activities such as running, playing the board game Catan with his friends, and exploring new destinations through travel. While he is used to being the supportive wingman for his friends, he is now actively looking for a lifelong partner.

Wanting a family-oriented woman who shares his optimistic outlook, loyalty, and adoration for his furry companion, Conley is eager to transition from being a momma’s boy to building a future with a like-minded individual.

Spencer Conley is a marathon enthusiast (@abc)
Spencer Conley is a pet portrait entrepreneur @abc)

‘The Bachelorette’ Season 21: What does Jenn Tran do for a living?

For those who may not know, allow us to introduce Jenn Tran, a 26-year-old physician assistant living in Boston, Massachusetts. During the previous season of “The Bachelor”, she found herself falling head over heels for Joey Graziadei, only to be ultimately sent home when he chose Kelsey Anderson as his partner.

Family holds a special place in Jenn’s heart, with her mother being her ultimate role model after immigrating to the United States from Vietnam. Her mother expressed her desire for Jenn to find a loving partner who loves her.

Before starting her journey as host of “The Bachelorette,” Jenn gathered with friends in Boston to prepare for the experience. She discussed the significance of being the first Asian-American lead and acknowledged feeling the weight of that responsibility.

“It’s been hard to accept myself as The Bachelorette because I don’t see myself in that light, but I just feel so grateful,” she said in a confessional.

Jenn Tran appears in the new commercial for
Jenn Tran appears in the new promo for “The Bachelorette” Season 21 (Instagram/@jenntranx)

‘The Bachelorette’ Season 21 airs Mondays at 8 pm ET/PT on ABC. Hulu’s next day available on Tuesday.

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