‘The Bachelor’: Who Is Tammy Ly? Peter Weber’s Contestant Is One of Chris Harrison’s Favorites This Season

by Jeremy Spirogis
Tammy Ly from The Bachelor Season 24 Cast

We’re properly into Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor. So naturally, we’re lastly studying what position every contestant will fill — form of. Each week, drama emerges out of the woodwork. But it appears like we barely know any of the forged members, aside from the producers’ new villain. That mentioned, there are nonetheless a handful of ladies who nonetheless let their personalities shine, together with Tammy Ly, who has to date lived up the hype spoken for by Chris Harrison via her hilarious commentary about The Bachelor mansion shenanigans.

Who is Tammy Ly from Peter Weber’s season of ‘The Bachelor’?

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According to Tammy’s Bachelor profile on ABC’s web site, the 24-year-old from Syracuse, New York, is a home flipper. However, when Harrison launched Weber’s forged, the host revealed Tammy has not one, however six jobs, as confirmed by her Instagram bio. 

Tammy’s profile and Harrison’s forged introduction additionally delved into her background. Both sources shared Tammy got here from a “hardworking family that immigrated over to Syracuse during the Vietnam War.” She“credits her go-go-go attitude to her parents” since they inspired her to do what she needed. 

Even in highschool, Tammy tried to affix the boys’ wrestling group and was turned down. However, she “just kept showing up and wouldn’t quit.” Eventually, Tammy made the group, ending her time period with a 7-1 file. 

Harrison additionally famous Tammy “might be my favorite story of the year” and is “more of a symbol of the American dream than anyone I know, than anyone who has ever been on the show.”

Tammy Ly from The Bachelor Season 24 Cast
Tammy Ly from ‘The Bachelor’ | ABC/Maarten de Boer

“We’ve had some great stories throughout the years. But Tammy really is,” Harrison mentioned. “So bad*ss woman, strong woman, American dream. The kind of girl you just like to showcase and put a big bright spotlight on the show. You go, Tammy.”

Now, Tammy and Weber haven’t had quite a lot of screentime collectively, regardless of her narrations throughout confessionals. Nevertheless, she has shared just a few moments with the bachelor and appears to be prepared to leap proper in. 

“Tammy’s busy work life hasn’t given her too much time to date. She has been unable to find anyone in Syracuse who can keep up with her ambitious nature. And she finds it hard to date men her age because her drive tends to intimidate them,” her ABC profile reads. “Tammy is coming into this experience to focus on finding true love and to see if Peter is the type of guy who can give her the work-life balance she needs.”

Tammy Ly’s Instagram reveals ‘The Bachelor’ contestant in a brand new mild

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Now, as The Bachelor nears its fifth week, it appears Tammy would possibly get into it with some contestants, similar to Kelsey Weier and Sydney Hightower. However, from the appears of Tammy’s Instagram web page, the jetsetter has maintained buddies with most of her fellow forged members.

Following a feed crammed with enjoyable photographs, Tammy posted an image with Alexa Caves, Alayah Benavidez, Avonlea Elkins, and Jasmine Nguyen. “One of my biggest fears is not having enough bridesmaids at my wedding one day. Now I have 29 too many,” Tammy wrote within the caption. “Thankful for these empowering women.”

Then in a separate Instagram post, Tammy opened up about rising up Asian American. “I spent my entire life disliking being Asian. I remember being bullied in school kids saying ‘shut up you’re Asian’ like being Asian was supposed to be an insult,” Tammy wrote, including she “just wanted to be a blonde blue-eyed all American girl so badly.”

However, Tammy finally realized “that being Asian is one of the best blessings God could’ve given me. Society needed to stop putting Asian-Americans on the back burner and I needed to as well.”

She continued: “Race isn’t just black & white and that’s what makes the world so beautiful. I want you all to know that it’s okay to be who you are and that you should always stand up for yourself, it’s OKAY to be ‘different.’”

Multiple girls from Weber’s season of The Bachelor, together with Madison Prewett and Kelley Flanagan, responded with their help. Meanwhile, Alexa revealed they discussed “race and our shared childhood experiences” within the mansion — a second Bachelor Nation followers have but to see on the ABC actuality franchise. And fairly frankly, we’re able to see that footage.

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