Why Bachelor Joey Graziadei, Kelsey Anderson Are Living With Roommates

“I think people forget that, in my situation, moving in with my sister was strategic,” he noted. “So I was like, ‘I either need to find a new place or go to a place that will allow me to travel across the continent fairly easily.’”

And although he’s literally the odd man out in the house, Joey said it was a “no-brainer” to adjust and move in with Kelsey instead of trying to find his own place.

“I would have been wrong to say, ‘We need to get you out of your life,’” he explained, “because she gave up her whole life to be a part of this. And I knew that it didn’t matter what happened. was going to happen, my life was going to have to change and go somewhere else.”

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