As you've undoubtedly read by now, Clare Crawley considers Dale Moss to be the man of her dreams.
The 39-year old Bachelorette scarcely needed two weeks on the set of this new season to determine that she wanted to pursue Moss as a husband, thereby leading to a shocking switcheroo.
But here's the question as must now ask:
What about Dale Moss' dreams?
Do they actually include spending the rest of his life with Crawley... or might he, yes, be on this show for the wrong reasons?
Just days after the Season 16 premiere aired -- during which Clare said she was "shaking" after meeting Moss for the first time -- a former interview Moss gave has gone public.
And it's given at least some viewers cause for concern.
The former NFL wide receiver talked with the Midco Sports Network earlier this year upon returning to his hometown of Brandon, South Dakota... after the COVID-19 pandemic shut down initial production on Clare's Bachelorette season.
During this discussion, Moss touched on his goals within the entertainment industry.
"Currently, I am a model with Wilhelmina International, and a sports and entertainment host," Dale explained. "That's always been one of my focuses."
Okay. Fair enough, right?
This suitor certainly has the looks to pull off such a career, wouldn't you say?
But then Moss added:
"I think how Ryan Seacrest has built a brand and really an empire is really amazing, and I would love to model my career after him."
Cue the red flags, Bachelor Nation!
For years and years, viewers have called out contestants who seem to be on The Bachelor or The Bachelorette in order to garner fame or fortune.
This suspicion has only grown stronger in the age of social media, as the men or women vying for the lead's heart gain both followers and a form of national acclaim amid their run for an engagement ring.
Remember Jed Wyatt and his aspiring music career?
Hannah Brown sure does, and she ended up getting badly burned by her chosen winner.
Thus far, everything we know about Dale Moss makes him sound like a perfect catch.
But might there actually be a catch in light of what he says in this interview?
"Behind the lens, I'm doing a lot of producing," he added.
"Live events -- that's obviously not happening now -- and a documentary, that's happening under my company, Moss Media."
"I've been so blessed to work with some of the greatest talent, we've worked with some of the greatest brands, and just be in a situation where I'm surrounded by people I can learn from each and every day.
"That's really helped me grow."
As you can see in the screen capture above, Dale's penis grows into an erect state when he jumps into bed with Crawley very early on in her season.
An abundance of The Bachelorette spoilers have revealed that the stars both left the series and are gonna give their romance a shot, with Tayshia Adams swooping in to take over as The Bachelorette in the wake of Clare's sudden departure.
We just pray that Moss isn't merely using Crawley to build his aforementioned empire.
In another interview, with Bond Official in March, Moss emphasized his ultimate goals were to "be a leading host or media personality in the entertainment industry.
'With that, I want to be well respected and a thought-leader."
"On top of that, I will be the producer of a documentary and docu-series, and have a diverse business portfolio."
Sounds like Dale has many things he wants to accomplish in the professional world. Good for him.
We'll just need to wait and see how these aspirations affect how his personal endeavors.