Already looking for a new bride The Bachelor style? Not quite, but Justin Theroux shows he's getting a dose of romance with the popular series.
In a photo that quickly made its rounds in social media, the newly single actor is pretending to be the bachelor in the show's famous rose ceremony, offering a white rose to his close pal Carlos Quirarte.
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The photo was posted by Quirarte on his Instagram account with a hilarious caption that made it even more interesting. It turns out the actor and the restaurateur are fans of the hit reality show, just like everyone else.
"Will you accept this bro'se," Quirarte wrote a pun on the caption, adding the hashtag #realmenwatchthebachelor. He also included hashtags in support of Tia Booth, tagging the show's contestant as well.
A post shared by Carlos Quirarte (@cqsmileny) on Mar 7, 2018 at 11:03am PST
The Bachelor's finale episode saw Booth end up as the fourth runner-up. The finale included a shocking rose ceremony that saw Arie Luyendyk Jr. propose to Becca Kufrin and then take it back after the show and profess his love to runner-up Lauren Burnham.
Instead of focusing on the controversy, Theroux and Quirarte opted to express their support for Booth instead, who is apparently their favorite.
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The Leftovers star may not have to rely on reality television for romance. After all, he is a bachelor now after splitting from his wife, Jennifer Aniston.
Theroux, 46, is currently in France for the Paris Fashion Week where he hit the Louis Vuitton show solo before enjoying his The Bachelor moment with Quirarte at the Ritz Paris.
With the appearance, it truly seems like the actor is moving on with his life post-divorce. And why not? Sources say that there is no bitterness between the ex-couple, and they even keep in touch as friends.
"Justin and Jen still talk all the time," an insider reveals to People, adding that the A-list actress is fine with the split. "She's in an OK place as she was in control of the situation."
Tia Up For More Reality TV?
Meanwhile, Theroux's favorite bachelorette is ready to continue her The Bachelor career.
In Women Tell All program last February, Booth admitted that she would love to be chosen for The Bachelorette. While the spot ultimately went to the scorned Kufrin, the possibility of a spot in Bachelor in Paradise is still there for the fourth runner-up.
"I would love to be in Paradise," Booth says in ET Online. "I would love to continue on this Bachelor journey. Obviously [Raven] had such a great experience with the show that it made me wanna go on the show, and I can honestly say that it's one of the best experiences of my life."