The Bachelor season 27 will begin on ABC on Monday, January 23 at 8 p.m. ET, and will star Zach Shallcross from The Bachelorette season 19 as he tries another shot at love while on the series. The program will feature 30 suitors competing for his devotion. Christina Mandrell, a 26-year-old content producer, and mother from Nashville, Tennessee, is one of the women slated to feature on the program. Christina is the niece of Barbara Mandrell and the daughter of actress and singer Irene Mandrell, who is also a content developer.
Meet Christina Mandrell before she appears on The Bachelor.
Zach and Christina Mandrell first met on The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose. During her presence in the episode, five Season 27 suitors made an impact on the eligible bachelor. While she did not get the rose, which guaranteed her protection from elimination in the first week of the competition, Christina did bring two little vodka bottles for the two to gulp. Christina is an actress, model, and singer who has acted in films and television series such as Hannah Montana: The Movie, A Belle for Christmas, After Darkness, Becoming Jesse Tate, and others. The Bachelor Season 27 candidate has also collaborated with well-known performers and starred in music videos such as She Had Me At Heads Carolina by Cole Swindell, Fifteen by Taylor Swift, and It’s About Time by Kevin Quinn.
Christina was formerly married to Blake Dennis, but the couple divorced. She is a single mother to her five-year-old daughter, Blakely, and refers to herself as the grandma of Blakely’s pet turtle. Blakely often appears on her mother’s Instagram profile, which presently has 43.1K followers. Not long ago, the delighted mother turned to social media to celebrate her daughter’s accomplishments.
In the post, the Season 27 suitress also mentioned giving youngsters a safe area to express their apparently unpleasant feelings. She remarked that her daughter was not behaving well and emphasized the necessity of allowing children to express their emotions.
The caption stated:
“I believe it’s normal to give the people we trust/love the most the short end of the stick in our life because we feel comfortable enough to convey our actual sentiments to them, which will undoubtedly be “grumpy” at some point.”
Christina was warned that she would get bad feedback when she signed up for the ABC program, and she turned to Instagram to put a stop to the cyberbullying she experienced after the announcement.
Christina felt compelled to address the problem not just to defend her conduct, but also to advocate for other “hard-working mommas” who do not deserve to be mocked for following their hearts or pursuing their aspirations. She went on to say that she is a working mother who is still looking for a spouse. While on the program, she wants to find a partner in Zach who she can trust completely and who is open to anything life throws at them. On The Bachelor Season 27, she hopes to discover her fairytale. Check out ABC on Monday, January 23 at 8 p.m. ET to see whether she succeeds.