We want Iris Caldwell (from Married at First Sight) to be the next Bachelorette.

We want Iris Caldwell (from Married at First Sight) to be the next Bachelorette.

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Iris Caldwell is a beautiful 27 year old  Christian woman. She's smart, funny, caring, intelligent and honest. She was on the show "Married at First Sight" last season. She was matched with a man named Keith, who was a nice handsome spiritual man. Iris being a virgin made things a bit difficult for Keith throughout the process. They seemed to have very much in common and to get along well, but he saw Iris's virginity as emotional immaturity even tho they seemed to share chemistry and intimacy. Fans rooted for them and it was apparant that Iris was "all in" when it came to their marriage. Thankfully Keith did not pursue a sexual relationship with Iris or not as was apparant on the show. I think he probably knew deep down he wasn't going to stay in the marriage, so I applaud him for not taking advantage of her. In the end Iris chose to remain in the marriage and Keith opted for divorce, leaving Iris heartbroken. Since then she has shown such strength, grace and faith. Even tho she has received criticism from some social media regarding her personal convictions,decisions and faith, she has continued to stand strong in her beliefs and show much emotional maturity throughout her journey.  She is a wonderful example and inspiration to all young women. She shows young girls that you can be a good girl, a Christian girl and still be a model, be successful. You can be strong and stand for what you believe in and although one door might shut, another will open.  She deserves a chance at love, to find the man that can appreciate her for who she is. Being the next Bachelorette would provide her that opportunity. She definitely deserves it!

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