“Bachelor” fans are convinced that the fan-favorite finalist from Charity Lawson’s season will play the next leading role

CHARITY Lawson is dependent on her last two suitors as The Bachelorette prepares to choose her husband.

But if fans are right, the alleged runner-up could be the next to look for love.

If Bachelorette Charity Lawson says no to finalist Joey Graziadei, they will say yes


If Bachelorette Charity Lawson says no to finalist Joey Graziadei, they will say yesCredit: Instagram/@bacheloretteabc
Viewers want Joey to be the next Bachelor


Viewers want Joey to be the next BachelorPhoto credit: Getty

The Bachelorette finale will air Monday, with Charity, 27, having to choose between integrative medicine specialist Dotun Olubeko and tennis pro Joey Graziadei.

And if 27-year-old Joey isn’t the pick, fans think he’ll be getting his own special rose — as the next Bachelor.

in one Reddit In the discussion forum, users assumed that the favorite would be handing out roses in search of love next.

“I think it’s Joey and I think it’s going to be a good season,” one person shared. “Women are actually going to fancy him, and he seems mature and ready for a relationship.”

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Another person bet, “If I had to bet it, I’d bet Joey would be the next Bachelor.”

While a third exclaimed: “Really the only one I’d like to see.”


Viewers are convinced Dotun, 30, is the last man standing and say the secret is already out.

Charity recently shared a photo on her Instagram story showing two drinks and a candle on a table in a dimly lit room.

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The candle came from Dutch Fred’s restaurant in New York City when Charity was conducting several press rounds in the city.

About 24 hours later, one of their current contestants, Dotun Olubeko, shared a similar IG story about a couple of appetizers he began trying at a restaurant, seemingly while sitting across from someone else.

He added the Dutch Fred’s geotag to the snap.

Reality shared Steve again Dotun’s photo on Twitter as the contestant “quickly deleted it from his IG.” He later said on his Daily summary Podcast saying it’s safe to assume the two were dating and Charity may have spoiled their season’s ending.


A native of Royersford, Pennsylvania, Joey is a corporate sales professional turned tennis coach, best known for his appearances on season 20 of The Bachelorette.

After graduating from West Chester University with a degree in Media Studies and Communications, he worked in corporate sales.

Eventually he turned his professional interests to a career in tennis and moved to Hawaii.

Joey describes himself as “an avid stargazer” and a “die-hard fan” of the Green Bay Packers.

He also considers golf and country music to be his obsessions.

Though the Bachelorette says Joey is “outgoing, kind, and loyal” and that his “life is truly heavenly,” the tennis coach is “looking for a partner who can share his love of adventure.”

During his time on the show, he also explains how much his family and upbringing have influenced his life.

“My parents separated when I was quite young. I wouldn’t say it was easy, but my family is just an extremely loving family,” he said in the first episode of season 20.

“And both of my parents were great co-parents, so the fact that that didn’t work out doesn’t hurt my romance.”


Born on August 22, 1992, Dotun Olubeko is an integrative medicine specialist and reality television participant from Brooklyn, New York.

Dotun owns DPT Fitness; an online health and wellness service.

He is a graduate of California State University, Chico, and the University of Western States; where he studied nutrition science.

Although he lives in Brooklyn, he and his family are originally from Nigeria.

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“We came here with nothing, but my parents took every job they could,” he said of his parents and childhood in the series’ introduction.

“They’ve done a really good job of giving me a life that I love to live, so it’s been a really humbling experience.”

Fans believe charity will end with Dotun


Fans believe charity will end with DotunCredit: Instagram/@bacheloretteabc
But she formed a special bond with Joey


But she formed a special bond with JoeyPhoto credit: ABC
The Bachelorette finale airs Monday


The Bachelorette finale airs MondayPhoto credit: ABC


CELINE CASTRONUOVO is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. CELINE CASTRONUOVO joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: celine@dailynationtoday.com.

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