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Though “the Chad” has come and gone, Jojo’s season of The Bachelorette has managed to stay juicy as ever, thanks to childish quibbles, rock-hard abs and man tears — lots and lots of man tears.
But aside from the dramatic rose ceremony (don’t worry, no spoilers here) and Derek’s questionable decision to refer to himself in the third person (“Derek is imperfect”), the Twitterverse was most interested in Jojo’s not one, but two red-hot dresses, during Monday’s episode.
As she arrived in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the 25-year-old embraced the country’s Latin flare by opting for a sexy ALC bodycon dress with a scalloped neckline, which she paired with a pastel pink Topshop coat. A red lip, Dolce Vita shoes and her signature beach-y barrel curls topped off the chic ensemble.
On her two-on-one date with Chase and Derek, Jojo nearly broke the internet when she hit the tango dance floor in another bright look — this one a halter gown with lattice cutouts by Ohne Titel, which she styled with patent black heels.
But her Argentine adventure isn’t the first time Jojo has taken the hot hue for a spin. Cary Fetman, who styles the Bachelors and Bachelorettes (as well as Chris Harrison) each season, put the Texas native in a glittering Mac Duggal gown for this season’s promotional photos, and opted for a slightly darker burgundy number (also by Mac Duggal) for the rose ceremony a few weeks back.
It’s also worth noting that Jojo wore another red bodycon on her first night as a contestant on Ben Higgins’ season of The Bachelor — you’ll remember she styled it with a unicorn mask.
If Jojo’s two dancing dates (Dancing With the Stars season 23?) and her affinity for the color red tell us anything, it’s that she might just be the real-life incarnation of the dancing woman emoji after all.
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