It's finally clear which man is going to be looking for his dream woman on "The Bachelor" this year. As "RTL.de" reports, David Jackson will distribute the roses on RTL from March 1 (8:15 p.m., on RTL from February 22) and thus succeed Dominik Stuckmann (31).
The "Bachelor" of the 13th season is 32 years old, 1.86 meters tall and was born and raised in Stuttgart, as he reveals in an introduction clip on Instagram. Professionally, the trained insurance salesman is a content creator and model (around 177,000 Instagram followers).
He is a very sensitive and loving man who grew up with "a lot of love," explains David Jackson in the RTL interview. He owes this to his mother, his older sister and his twin sister, says the half-American. Honesty, openness, empathy and empathy are values that he carries within himself. "For me, there is nothing more masculine than owning your feelings and saying how you feel. It's anything but a weakness."
After four relationships and three years as a single, he now wants to "finally get to know the right person with whom I can also tackle family planning". From the candidates he hopes "that they are there to fall in love - and have no other intentions. It is completely legitimate if someone wants more reach. But please not at the expense of my feelings." A suitable partner for him must be "a very loving person, a family person".