Meet Bachelorette Candidate and Developer Joe Coleman

Michelle Young’s season The bachelorette has just started and there has already been a lot of drama. Someone who made waves early on? Joe Coleman.

Joe and Michelle had a somewhat awkward first meeting after the Bachelorette star realized that they had already met. “Have I ever met you?” Michelle asked. “Did I slip into your DMs?” Is your last name Coleman? “

Joe, 28, gave a small smile and said, “Yes, it’s me.” Then he walked away.

Turns out Michelle and Joe did a DM long before they filmed the show, as she explained to co-hosts Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe. And they’re both former basketball players, so they had a good joke until, as Michelle said, Joe totally “ghosted” him.

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Michelle confronted Joe about it all. And he kind of gave her a weak response to the fact that there was a lot going on in her life at the time – and Michelle certainly didn’t look impressed. Michelle gave Joe the last rose of the night, apparently in retaliation, but the two looked comfortable enough at one point in a trailer for the season.

So who is Joe Coleman, again? Here’s what you need to know about the man who totally ghost Michelle.

He’s from Minnesota.

Minneapolis, to be exact. And certainly not“Michelle is from Minnesota too!

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He’s a former basketball star.

Michelle mentioned that the two played basketball in college.

But it looks like Joe was a big deal. He was named Mr. Basketball of Minnesota during his senior year of high school in 2011, according to TwinCities.com. He even continued to play at the University of Minnesota for his first and second years before transferring to Saint Mary’s College of California, where he only played one game for school due to ‘a wound. Joe even says in his official Bachelorette biography that “basketball was his first real love.”

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He’s a real estate developer.

According to his Bachelorette biography and LinkedIn profile, Joe works for C&S Group, where he is a property manager and investor for single-family / small multi-family properties in the Minneapolis area. He has been at the concert since November 2020. Prior to that he was a healthcare sales representative and before this, he was a basketball coach.

He wants to start a family.

It’s clear from Joe’s Instagram that he’s good with kids. (He has several snapshots of his nephew.) Joe’s Bachelorette biography also says he’s now “ready to build a life outside of sports and find a wife.” He also wants to have three or four children.

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He’s not a big Instagrammer.

Joe only has two posts from last year: one from April, where he acknowledged that “it’s been a while”. And another earlier this week where he said it was “great to finally meet” Michelle.

Prior to that, his last post was in 2019.

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