What Happened To Kenny Braasch After The Bachelorette?

As Bachelor Nation prepares for Katie Thurston's new season of "The Bachelorette" on June 7, fans might be wondering what happened to some of the guys that appeared on Clare Crawley's (which later became Tashia Adams') journey to find love in 2020. Season 16 featured 31 men in total, including Bennett Jordan, Blake Moynes, "Eazy" Uzoma Nwachukwu, and fan-favorite Joe Park. But who can forget boy band manager Kenny Braasch? Despite not receiving the leading lady's first impression rose, he's the contestant who showed up wearing a T-shirt that featured Crawley's beloved dogs.

According to his official "Bachelorette" bio, Kenny joined the reality show in hopes to meet a woman who is "not controlling, fake or wrongly opinionated," as well as someone who "should be ready for a spirited conversation." He also admitted that he's "put his career before his relationships" in the past, but that he was "ready for someone to join him on this journey he calls life." Unfortunately, he didn't find his soulmate in Clare or Tayshia.

Keep scrolling to find out what Kenny has been up to post-"Bachelorette" and whether he's met "The One" yet.

Kenny Braasch wants another shot at love on BiP

Just like the rest of the world amid the coronavirus pandemic, it looks like Kenny Braasch's personal life and career has mainly been in limbo due to all the restrictions. However, that hasn't stopped him from hanging out with his "Bachelor" buddies. In fact, "The Bachelorette" Season 16 cast has reunited quite a few times in cities like New York, Chicago, and Miami, and they remain very close. Kenny's Instagram also shows that he spent quality time with his family and dog. He also took some photos of his abs even though he told the Chicago Tribune that despite modeling "here and there," "it's been pretty rough."

Kenny was also one of the many "Bachelor" contestants to speak out against Chris Harrison after his controversial Rachel Lindsay interview. He shared a post that read: "We stand united in denouncing racist behavior and any defense thereof. We also stand united with the women of Season 35 of the Bachelor."

As for his relationship status, it appears as though he's still a single man. But he has expressed his interest in continuing his journey on "Bachelor in Paradise." As of right now, it's unclear if he's been asked to join the cast, but "he hopes to continue to be part of the 'Bachelor' world."