Every Dude Who’s Left On The Bachelorette… For Now

Clare Crawley's Bachelorette season may have been delayed by several months, but it's here now with dozens of contestants attempting to win her heart. Eight of them already failed to do so and got sent home at the premiere night rose ceremony. But all of the Bachelorette contestants who are left may have a tough time competing with first impression rose winner Dale Moss. He and Clare hit it off immediately — as you may recall, Clare immediately proclaimed that she'd just met her husband. Despite that obvious uphill battle, these other Bachelorette contestants that are still trying their hardest to stay in the game.

They may have a better chance, however as some fans know: Clare will exit the show and Tayshia Adams will replace her, a change-up that's already been confirmed — although ABC has been loathe to acknowledge this in any of the series' promotional materials.

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It's unlikely that Clare and Tayshia have exactly the same type, so men who may have seen smooth sailing with Clare one week could easily be in jeopardy with Tayshia the next. It's like getting two seasons of The Bachelorette in one — with double the drama. Keep an eye on this updating list to see which of the 31 original men are still standing each week. Here's who's in for now.

This story will be updated throughout the 2020 season of The Bachelorette.

Noah


Noah is a nurse, and his very presence at the start of Tayshia's time on The Bachelorette was a point of contention among Clare's remaining men.

Spencer


The engineer from San Diego pissed off the other men immediately when he stole Tayshia for a sec before any of them could pounce.
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Ben


The 29-year-old Army veteran was first out of the limos during the premiere, and he's stuck around thus far.
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Bennett


The 36-year-old New York City resident is a "Wealth Management Consultant" and he leaned into all things money on his first night. He pulled up in a Rolls Royce dressed in a tux and ready to name drop his alma mater: Harvard. Despite all this, Clare and Tayshia have kept him around.
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Blake Moynes


Canadian Blake left a good impression on Clare before the season even started, when he reached out on Instagram to check on her during quarantine. On premiere night, Clare told him that he broke the "rules," but she appreciated the gesture nonetheless. Tayshia also seems to appreciate his forwardness, for now.
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Brendan



The 30-year-old commercial roofer
didn't make much of an impression on viewers during the premiere. But he made enough of an impression on Clare to stick around, but now that Tayshia is in charge, he's a frontrunner.
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Demar


Also sticking around is 26-year-old spin instructor Demar who keeps nabbing roses and getting his fair share of screen time.
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Eazy


Eazy, real name Uzoma, is 29-year-old sports marketing agent. He made a sports reference upon meeting Clare, saying she was his "first-round draft pick." Tayshia also seems to be at least somewhat into him, because he's still here.
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Ed


The guy who showed up in a plastic bubble was 36-year-old healthcare salesman Ed. Clare was sold enough on his personality to grant him a rose and though he's now mostly known for starting drama, Tayshia still hasn't kicked him to the curb.
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Ivan


The 28-year-old has a fancy, smart job (aeronautical engineer), and he and Tayshia are really heating up.
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Zac C.


The 36-year-old addiction specialist told Clare that he believes everything happens for a reason, so he's probably pretty sure the whole double Bachelorette thing was worth it to get to meet Tayshia.
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Riley


The 30-year-old attorney found Clare "'guilty as charged" of being pretty. We found Riley guilty as charged of being cheesy, but Clare and Tayshia both kept him in the game.
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Joe — Eliminated


The 36-year-old anesthesiologist took a much-needed break from hospital life to come on the show, and became a fan favorite. Unfortunately, Tayshia wasn't feeling it. But he's destined for a great Bachelor in Paradise future.
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Chasen — Eliminated


Eager to prove that he has a vulnerable side, 31-year-old Chasen wore a suit of armor to premiere night and took it off when he met Clare. The IT account executive then became a central force of drama once Tayshia took over, and was eliminated.
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Jordan C. — Eliminated


The last Jordan standing out of the two that started is the 26-year-old software account executive. He's most notable for wearing cute glasses and bringing Clare popcorn. During Tayshia's season, he was mostly shown giving commentary on the other dudes, which may be how he got sent home.
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Kenny — Eliminated


The 39-year-old boy band manager quickly won Clare over when he came dressed in a T-shirt with her dogs' faces on it. But when it became the Tayshia Show, he spent a lot of his time complaining about other guys. He was sent home.

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Montel — Eliminated


Another last minute addition for Tayshia was Montel. The personal trainer walked in wearing a salmon-colored blazer, which diehard fans know is a move. Unfortunately, it wasn't the right move for Tayshia.
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Jay — Eliminated


Even after making jokes about mental health and staying in a straight jacket all premiere night, Clare inexplicably gave the 29-year-old fitness director a rose. Tayshia however, never connected with Jay and he was eliminated in episode 6.
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Jason — Left


He won Clare over with a nod to her own limo exit years ago on The Bachelor. He came with a big fake baby bump and made Clare smile. She awarded the 31-year-old former footballer a rose in return, and he never got over the connection, because he eliminated himself once Tayshia took over.
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Dale — Left With Clare


Dale was the recipient of Clare's first impression rose and her awestruck declaration that she "just met [her] husband." So things were certainly looking up for the 31-year-old former pro football player all the way up until the moment he and Clare blew up it all up.
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Zach J. — Eliminated


The other Zach this season is a 37-year-old cleaning service owner who fake proposed to Clare with a ring box that farted upon opening. Inexplicably, Clare gave him a rose. Later, he grabbed Clare after a missed kiss, and because she was uncomfortable, Clare sent him home.
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Yosef — Left


When Tyler C. accused Yosef of flirting with women on Instagram, 30-year-old medical device salesman Yosef denied the claims. Clare seemed to believe him, because she gave him a rose. But then Yosef yelled at Clare for a date she didn't actually plan and shamed her, so yeah, he's gone.
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Blake Monar — Eliminated


Clare could have made things easier for herself by eliminating one of the two Blakes on the first night, but she decided to see how things went with both of them. That means that 31-year-old male grooming specialist Blake Monar got a rose until episode 3.
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Garin — Eliminated


The 34-year-old professor of journalism is probably just happy to be on the show and seeing people in real life instead of teaching class over Zoom. He was cut after Yosef's argument with Clare.
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Brandon — Eliminated


The suave 28-year-old real estate agent/model won over Clare when he greeted her with a kiss on the cheek. Then he did absolutely nothing, so Clare sent him home early.
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Tyler S. — Eliminated


The 36-year-old music manager made no real impression during the premiere, but he also didn't make a negative impression like Tyler C., so this Tyler got to stay until week 2.
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Tyler C. — Eliminated


27-year-old lawyer Tyler C. failed to learn one of Bachelor Nation's 10 commandments — never tattle to the lead. He warned Clare that he thought Yosef had been DM-ing women on Instagram, but Clare didn't listen to his warnings. And she sent Tyler C. home instead.

At least Tyler Cameron gets to remain the most notable Bachelor Nation Tyler C.
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AJ — Eliminated


The 28-year-old software salesman told Clare that he gives "terrible first impressions." He apparently wasn't wrong, because Clare didn't keep him beyond night one.
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Chris — Eliminated


The 27-year-old is a "landscape design salesman" who hoped that "his relationship with Clare [would] bloom like the perfect rose," per his ABC bio. Unfortunately for him, he never got a rose from Clare.
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Jeremy — Eliminated


Upon meeting Clare, 40-year-old Jeremy assured her, "I promise that I'm not here for me. I'm actually here for you." Clare said, whoops, you're not actually here at all, and she sent the banker home.
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Jordan M. — Eliminated


This contestant won over Twitter with his extreme tallness (he towered over Clare), but she didn't see it working out with him. She sent the 30-year-old cyber security engineer home on night one.
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Mike — Eliminated


Like Blake Moynes, Mike is from Canada, but he didn't make quite the same splash. In fact, Clare sent home this 38-year-old digital media advisor on the first night.
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Page — Eliminated


The Texas chef didn't get a chance to cook his way into Clare's heart. She didn't give the 37-year-old a rose at the first ceremony.
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Robby — Eliminated


We appreciate how casually Robby dressed for his bio photo, but the 31-year-old insurance broker from Florida wasn't able to make a lasting impression on viewers or on Clare. She eliminated him on premiere night.
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