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'The Bachelorette' star Gabby Windey prefers docs to jocks after working as ICU nurse, NFL cheerleader

This single woman successfully balances work and fun.

Prior to Finding Love on national television,Gabby Windey concurrently worked as a nurse in her ICU and a cheerleader for her Broncos in Denver.

"Naturally, I've dated my fair share of doctors. Definitely all specialties," says the girl, who is currently on Season 19 of ABC's "The Bachelorette." said the 31-year-old.

When asked what specialty she likes to bet on, she replied:

From 2016 until 2021 she rooted for the NFL The Illinois native, , cited her age and her IQ as reasons for not having a football player on the romance roster. I mentioned

"Because I was older, I never dated football players. A lot of them are fresh out of college," she said. "I've always been drawn to brains and muscles. Sorry."

Windy was nominated for "The Bachelor" for the first time by friends in 2018, but the tapings weren't the same as football season. I couldn't pursue it because it overlapped.

Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windey star in ABC's "The Bachelorette."
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She friends re-named her and the rest will go down in reality dating show history. Finished runner-up with native pilot Rachel Rechia.

The pair were then picked in tandem to appear on "The Bachelorette," which began airing in July. In the history of this series, she is the first woman to play the role one her season together.

Gabby Windey is seen working at the ICU with a head cover.
Gaby Windy She is seen working in the ICU wearing a head covering.

When her commitment to the franchise ended, Windy, who won her 2020 Pop Her Warner Humanitarian Award for her campaigning and philanthropy, said she was in intensive care. She said she had no plans to return to her room.

"I was her ICU nurse for eight years, so it was a long time and a very demanding environment," she explained. "If I come back, I think I'll switch gears away from my bedside."

The TV star admitted that becoming a sports broadcaster was "a natural progression." increase. She was the sports editor for her high school newspaper, The Prowler.

Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia crush on California native Logan.
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Gabby Windey says she doesn’t mind becoming a sports broadcaster in the future.
Denver Broncos

However, she insisted she was not interested in the gig because she preferred the written word. Viewers will find it hard to believe that she is known for being outspoken and outspoken on the show. In Episode 1, she revealed to potential suitors that some of her hair was fake and was in fact just an extension.

"I always wanted to be real." I'm trying to be," she said. "I was like, 'I need to know how much work and effort has gone into this. If I look like Jack Nicholson when I wake up, I didn't warn you.' Please don't say that I've been