Jordan Kimball, The Bachelorette's own Zoolander, got eliminated last week because Becca Kufrin had absolutely no romantic interest in him. But things seem to have worked out for the neologism-creating male model after all; he says he found someone while filming the spin-off Bachelor in Paradise.
"I do find someone for me in Paradise," Jordan told the Citrus County Chronicle, his hometown paper. "It ends on a very good note."
Hmm... who could it be? The most obvious possibility is Krystal, the villain of Arie's season, since fans love to 'ship villains. Plus, I could see Krystal and Jordan clicking for a little while to self-promote and then their relationship falling apart when neither one can put aside their narcissism. It has to be Krystal, right? I can't imagine, like, Kendall or Bibiana being attracted to him. Unless one of the randoms like Angela Amezcua links up with him as a way to get on the radar.
Or maybe he's lying! "It ends on a very good note" doesn't sound like he found the love of his life, you know?
Elsewhere in the interview, Jordan says something mean about Becca, which was completely unnecessary. "Becca isn't as outgoing as she should have been with The Bachelorette," he said. "She's not the most fun person. Dating should be fun. She's really not that type of girl. I'm not going to say it's painful talking to her. She's very dry. Becca's the kind of girl who goes golfing with Grandpa wearing pleated khaki shorts."
Or maybe her idea of fun isn't listening to some dude talk about his modeling portfolio? Just a thought! Jordan should call this look "Ungrateful Contestant." It's his "Magnum."
We'll find out who Jordan found when Bachelor in Paradise airs next month.
The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.