You see, Jasmine quickly went from background player to meme subject on on the 21st season of The Bachelor after she got a little tipsy and repeatedly asked Bachelor Nick Viall if he wanted to be choked. Not surprisingly, Nick denied her a rose that same week. ("I got a lot of feedback telling me I'm not the only one who wanted to choke Nick," Jasmine said in a post-elimination Clevver News interview.)
Then she starred in the infamous fourth season of Bachelor in Paradise , clashing with Christen Whitney over the affection of Matt Munson, only to be heartbroken when Matt left the show. She was also there during the alleged incident between Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson. "What I saw between them looked like a normal couple having fun, hooking up like any other season of Paradise," she later told ET.
And what other facts do we know about Jasmine? She's a former Golden State Warriors dancer and a former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, for one, who's currently living in Los Angeles, as her Instagram attests. She even attended Coachella this year with other Bachelor alums, including Raven Gates, Kristina Schulman, and DeMario. Her ABC bio reveals she loves A League of Their Own and The Sandlot, idolizes Olivia Pope and Guy Fieri, and admires her mom more than anyone in the world. ("Everything she has given up for me to be where I am is just unreal," she said. "I never met someone who works that hard.")
Since her Bachelor days, she's tried dating a string of "L.A. model wannabes" that weren't on her level, MTV reports, so now she's taking another shot at a happily-ever-after on reality TV. "Will she find her Prince Charming in Hawaii?" MTV teases. "Or will her past failed relationships rain on her parade?" We'll find out soon: Ex on the Beach premieres on April 19 at 9 p.m. ET on MTV.