The Bachelor’s Joey & Kelsey Have Been Living With 2 Roommates

“I feel like I’m full-on in a New Girl situation.”

The Bachelor’s Joey Graziadei and Kelsey Anderson.
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The Bachelor’s Joey Graziadei and Kelsey Anderson are sharing details of their unique living situation.

The couple, who got engaged during the Season 28 finale in March, opened up about their life on the Trading Secrets podcast. Speaking to host and fellow Bachelor Nation star Jason Tartick, they revealed that they’re currently living in New Orleans with not one, but two roommates.

“I was still working, and so I was like, ‘I gotta go back to my life. I’m not quitting my job,’” Kelsey said on the June 10 episode. “He was just living with his sister, so I was like, ‘You can move in with me.’” Kelsey was living with two other women.

“I’m on a comedy sketch right now,” Joey joked. “I feel like I’m full-on in a New Girl situation.”

Explaining why they didn’t opt to find a place of their own, Joey said it “would have been wrong” of him to expect Kelsey to uproot her entire life. She said it was a “no-brainer” for him to move in, especially when it came to finances. They pay roughly $1,200 a month for the apartment, which has a “huge closet.”

The Bachelor Season 28 stars Joey Graziadei and Kelsey Anderson. Disney/John Fleenor

“This is the most humble thing in the world,” host Tartick chimed in. “You guys are sharing the bedroom and the closet.”

This isn’t the first time the couple has spoken about their post-finale life. In April, they talked about moving in together with Us Weekly. Kelsey revealed one of her biggest concerns, saying, “I’m nervous about him leaving the toilet seat up.” Joey then added, “I need to work on that one. We’ll take it one step at a time.”

He continued, “I’m most excited about the ability to be around each other so much. We finally will be able to just do small things together.”

During the April interview, they spoke of potentially moving to New York City in Summer 2024. “I don’t know if it’s all the early 2000s rom-coms that I’ve watched, but something about [New York] is so intriguing to me,” Kelsey said at the time. “I don’t care if I hate it or love it. I just need to go experience it.”