Inside Edition
Inside Edition 4 Jan 2021

What New 'Bachelor' Matt James Is Looking for in a Partner


Meet Matt James, the newest "Bachelor," and the first Black leading man in the show's 19-year history. He says he's honored to break the show's color barrier, but hopes that they continue the trend and cast diverse people as "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette." Thirty-two women will try to win the New York real estate agent's heart. So what is Matt looking for? "Someone that I can celebrate thru life with, something that i can support to be the best version of themself," he told Inside Edition.

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