The Truth About The Bachelor’s Serena Chew

The change of seasons means new wardrobes, new trends, and the new star of ABC’s Bachelor franchise. In 2021 the honor went to Matt James, and that was a historic decision (by ABC standards anyway), as James is the first Black bachelor. He’s also the second Bachelor to not have been featured on The Bachelorette. Matt, in part, landed the coveted position thanks to his friendship with Bachelorette reject Tyler Cameron.

Matt joined the cast of the hit ABC show, hoping to do what all Bachelor contestants do: find love (and a couple of million Instagram followers while you’re at it). According to his ABC bio, Matt is dedicated to nonprofit work around New York City, runs an organization that engages with underserved youth, and works as a real estate broker in his spare time. That sounds like a catch, right? You’re probably wondering what kind of well-rounded woman would be a match for such a socially conscious (and ridiculously tall) dude. Well, according to ABC, at least 43 of them. 

Among the 43 women hoping to steal James’ heart is Serena Chew or “Serena C.,” as she’s been dubbed by ABC. Read on to find out everything you need to know about The Bachelor hopeful.

Serena Chew has an adventurous spirit

Bachelor hopeful Serena Chew joined the Season 25 cast, hoping to win Matt James’ heart. What makes Serena a viable contestant? Let’s find out.

Serena is described as a “free spirit” and adventure lover, who is “always up for a good time,” per ABC. Before appearing on The Bachelor, Serena satisfied her appetite for adventure by working as a flight attendant. A quick look at her Instagram confirms she’s been all over the country. These days, Serena calls the Bay Area home, but she was born and raised in San Bruno, Calif., per Women’s Health

On top of working as a flight attendant, Serena also runs a (now private) fashion blog called, which is reportedly inspired by renaissance style, according to Women’s Health. She is a true fashionista at heart. Her Instagram bio states: “there is no such thing as being too overdressed.” Here’s hoping Serena stays around long enough to serve some seriously killer looks this season.

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