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Bachelorette Jenn Tran Confirms Season 21 Will Not Be Filmed at Bachelor Mansion to Break the Mold

Jenn Tran, the first Asian American lead of “The Bachelorette,” has confirmed that Season 21 will break tradition by not filming at the iconic Bachelor Mansion, instead starting at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Santa Susana, California, with plans to travel internationally to destinations including Australia and New Zealand. Tran, a 26-year-old physician assistant student and a castoff from Joey Graziadei’s Season 28 of “The Bachelor,” expressed excitement for her groundbreaking season and the opportunity to inspire others as she embarks on her journey to find love.

Jenn Tran, the franchise’s first Asian American lead and a physician assistant student, confirms Season 21 of The Bachelorette will break tradition by not filming at the Bachelor Mansion, starting at Hummingbird Nest Ranch in California before traveling internationally to locations including Australia and New Zealand.

Jenn Tran’s upcoming season of *The Bachelorette*? Oh, it’s gonna be a game-changer. Why? Well, for starters, the location’s getting a major shake-up.

“I’m the first Asian Bachelorette, the first physician assistant student,” Jenn spilled the beans to *Entertainment Tonight*. She’s all about breaking the mold this season. And guess what? A brand new mansion is on the cards. Jenn’s ready to sprinkle some of her magic, good vibes all over it.

But here’s a little backstory. Jenn, a 26-year-old heartbreaker from Joey Graziadei’s 28th season of *The Bachelor*, is making history. Yep, she’s the franchise’s first Asian American lead. Joey’s season? It kicked off at the infamous Bachelor Mansion in California. You know, the one that’s been the love battlefield since day one of *The Bachelor* and *The Bachelorette*.

However, Jenn’s journey won’t start at that famed mansion. Nope. She’s beginning her quest for love at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Santa Susana, California. And after the first night’s limo entrances and rose ceremony? They’re jetting off. The cast is leaving the U.S. behind, with Australia and New Zealand in their sights.

“I’m so excited,” Jenn gushed, her Sagittarius spirit buzzing with anticipation. She’s all about that travel life, the independence, the wild adventures. And the best part? She has no clue where they’re heading next.

Jenn was officially announced as the new Bachelorette during Joey’s season finale. “I feel so grateful, so honored,” she shared on the *After the Final Rose* special. She’s not just leading her own love story; she’s inspiring countless others.

Her journey to Bachelor Nation fame began when she competed for Joey’s heart. Despite her efforts, the tennis coach sent her packing before hometowns, choosing Kelsey Anderson instead.

“I was definitely falling for Joey,” Jenn confessed to *Us Weekly*. Those feelings? Real as they get. But heartbreak doesn’t last forever. For Jenn, healing involved lots of ice cream and friend therapy.

Now, Jenn’s ready to dive back into the dating pool, flirting her way through her season’s contestants. The final cast list is still under wraps, but ABC’s been teasing us with potential suitors.

As for when we can tune in to Jenn’s season? That’s still a mystery. But one thing’s for sure: it’s going to be one unforgettable journey.

Kelly Garcia
Kelly Garcia
Kelly Garcia is a writer for CelebsAges. She enjoys writing about the most recent Entertainment news and trends. Kelly graduated from Rowan University, with a degree in creative writing. She loves to write, enjoys traveling, and to spend time with her friends.
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