Getting to know Cosmopolitan's 51 hottest bachelor's as they trample around NYC? Not bad for another day of work. Yesterday, we spent the day with the winning bachelor's from each state. We truly enjoyed the hours spent with these men...they ARE more than just a good pair of abs, after all. Seeing our city through their bright eyes reminds you of the magic of NYC. From the Today Show to Sirius Radio to Lunch at the Hearst Building, to the Wilhelmina Modeling center, it was quite the whirlwind. The big end was the party at Greenhouse, where editor Kate White announced each and every Bachelor as they strolled down the runway for all of us. (Finale above).More photos and story, including a full list of the bachelors by state below...
Rachelle Hruska with some of the bachelors
Such great sports, we had so much fun tagging along with these guys (and making them do things like 50 push-ups on demand). And we are hoping to add 51 new facebook friends to our profiles. Guys, make sure and tag yourselves in our Gallery, and find us on Facebook/twitter!
The Official List of Bachelors (they have names, you know!):
Alabama: Johnny Rimes, 25, Financial Planner Alaska: Tyler Freel, 24, Mechanical Arizona: Alexander Farsi, 24 Arkansas: Cale Mills, 24 California: Bill Strickland, 28
Colorado: Aaron Yacko, 31, Network Administrator Connecticut: Mike Till, 27, Actor Delaware: Henry Supinski, 24, Investment Associate Florida: Adam Miller, 24, Business Student Georgia: Furman Sanders, 26, Business-to-business sales
Hawaii: Chris Bordoy, 25, Bartender Idaho: Keaton Matlock, 20, Health-Sciences Student Illinois: Adam Toren, 26, Podiatry Surgical Resident Indiana: Daniel Cohen, 25, Information Systems Grad Student Iowa: James Swanson, 23, Management Information Systems Student
Kansas: Shawn Sparks, 27, Business Consultant Kentucky: Eric Cottner, 23, Outside-Property Claim Representative Louisiana: Cody Pellerin, 25, Sales Representative Maine: Madison Gouzie, 24, Photographer Maryland: Drew McCarl, 24, Technical Recruiter
Massachusetts: Taylor Twellman, 29, New England Revolution Soccer Player Michigan: Jonathan Gingiloski, 24, Carpenter Minnesota: Chad Bauer, 31, Publishing Sales Mississippi: Ryne Graham, 19, Student Missouri: Ryan Mughal, 22, Finance Student
Montana: Richie Melby, 24, Sports Director Nebraska: Mitch Sauvageau, 22, Student Nevada: Eric Ita, 24, Photographer New Hampshire: Mike Good, 30, Personal Trainer New Jersey: Chris Giannini, 25, Financial Associate
New Mexico: TJ Williams, 25, Actor/Model New York: Charlie Vargas, 27, Law Student North Carolina: Curtis Beardsell, 24, Sales North Dakota: Jesse Regan, 30, Pharmaceutical Rep Ohio: Matt Smith, 24, Third Grade Teacher
Oklahoma: Alain Le, 29, Physician Oregon: Michael David Neilson, 24, Artist and Sculptor Pennsylvania: Anthony Romeo, 30, Grad student and Medical-Sales Rep Rhode Island: Mike Lonardo, 21, Business-Management Student South Carolina: David Bush, 25, Teacher and Coach
South Dakota: Patrick Reilly, 27, Sioux Falls Tennessee: Beau Davidson, 28, Recording Artist/Songwriter Texas: Brandon Boyd, 21, Student Utah: Alex Penfold, 24, Commercial Real Estate Broker Vermont: Seth Weiland, 21, Business Student
Virginia: Brett Van Horn, 25, Construction Washington: Patrick McMahon, 25, Landscaper Washington, D.C.: Dan Katz, 26, Grad Student West Virginia: Cody Pifer, 21, Education Student Wisconsin: Eric Richter, 25, Student Wyoming: Brenner Flaten, 26, Elementary PE Teacher
Chatting at Lunch
The Guys in the board Meeting
Downstairs at Greenhouse, waiting to go on stage
Rachelle Hruska, Kate White, James Brooks
South Carolina and Illinois compete to see who can get the most girls' numbers..