Update: He admitted he's ghosted people " all the time" when asked by Jenny and was eliminated night one. Sad Face.

 

In The highly anticipated premiere of "The Bachelorette," viewers will be introduced to Caleb "Moze" Smith, an algebra teacher and former XFL player from Albany, New York, ready to compete for Jenn Tran's heart. Known affectionately as Moze, Caleb brings both athleticism and intellectual charm to the competition, having played with the Iowa Barnstormers in the Indoor Football League (IFL) and a season in the XFL.

 


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Moze values family deeply and dreams of one day having a large family of his own. With a history of committed relationships, he is dedicated to personal growth and making a meaningful connection with Jenn. Beyond his professional life, Moze is an adventurer at heart, dreaming of an ultimate date that reaches for the stars—a trip to the moon. He's not afraid to showcase his bold side, including freestyle rapping to impress Jenn right from their first date.  

Described as a certified lover boy, Moze is charismatic, charming, and serious about finding lasting love. His close-knit family plays a central role in his life, influencing his desire for a future filled with love and togetherness. Moze's willingness to grow and improve as a partner underscores his commitment to building a strong relationship with Jenn.

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As Moze joins 24 other suitors in pursuit of Jenn Tran's heart, tonight's premiere promises excitement, romance, and perhaps even a little freestyle flair. Don't miss the season premiere of "The Bachelorette" tonight at 8 p.m. on ABC, where Moze's blend of charm and ambition is sure to make a memorable first impression. Whether he's teaching algebra by day or rapping his way into Jenn's heart by night, Moze's journey on "The Bachelorette" is one you won't want to miss!

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