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What Is Jasmine Doing Now After 'The Bachelor'? She's Keeping Busy With Friends

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On the most recent episode of The Bachelor, Jasmine Goode cemented herself as one of the funniest contestants of the season — or, at least, the one with the best facial expressions and reaction shots. The former professional cheerleader has been one of the realest and most relatable women to come out of Nick Viall's batch of contestants. Between her reaction to Corinne Olympios' nanny news, her tendency to always speak her mind, and her fearlessness in the face of little girl ghosts, she's definitely a fan favorite. So what is Jasmine doing now after The Bachelor?

As has been addressed on the show, Jasmine used to be a professional NBA dancer and NFL cheerleader. Most recently, the 29-year-old danced for the Golden State Warriors dance team, but before that she also cheered for the New York Jets. According to Jasmine's interview with Pro Dance Cheer, she spent two years with the New York Jets Flight Crew Cheerleaders. After that, she spent time as Princess Tiana on Disney Cruise Lines, before returning to cheering by making it onto the world-renowned Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders. Viewers only caught the briefest snippet of Jasmine dancing onstage during the Backstreet Boys group date, but clearly, girl's got some skills.

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Jasmine isn't currently listed on the Golden State Warriors dance team roster (and her social media profiles indicate that she's a former dancer), so it appears that she's moved away from dancing/cheering for the time being. But she's clearly not letting that stop her from staying in shape. Recently, Jasmine regrammed a photo from her personal trainer, mid-workout.

Jasmine also got super close with some of Nick's other Bachelor contestants. Since filming wrapped, she's been very active in live-tweeting along with the show, interacting with the other women she'd been in the house with. The dancer has also posted tons of photos of herself hanging out with a few of the other ladies, including Sarah Vendal and Dominique Alexis, who both also live in California.

Career-wise, it's not clear where Jasmine's path will take her in the aftermath of The Bachelor. But she's obviously doing well and spending her time hanging out with friends (both new and old) and her family.