Tayshia has said she appreciates how Bennett is "bougie" because she's the same way, and Bennett prides himself on his education, background, expensive taste and maturity.
Bennett said his feelings for Tayshia were strong and he hadn't felt that way about a woman since he was 18-years-old.
"I see it, I feel it and the potential love and the possibility of it is beyond exciting. It's the most exhilarating thing I've ever been a part of," Bennett told the cameras about his The Bachelorette experience.
Ed, however, has called Bennett "dismissive, condescending and arrogant," and Noah Erb believes Tayshia will see through Bennett's "slick" behavior and disapprove of how Bennett treats other people.
For instance, Bennett made fun of Noah for being "juvenile" and said it's "ridiculous for a woman of Tayshia's stature, beauty and prowess to end up with a guy like Noah." Bennett even gifted Noah a book on emotional intelligence so he could learn more about self-awareness.
Bennett insisted there was "a zero percent chance" Noah would end up with Tayshia, but it will ultimately be Tayshia's decision between the two men.
Until viewers can watch what happens next between Tayshia and Bennett, let's learn a little bit about The Bachelorette bachelor right now.
Below is a list of eight facts Reality TV World has compiled about Bennett Jordan.
If fans recall, Kalon was a luxury brand consultant from Texas who showed up on Night 1 in a helicopter and was famously booted from Emily's season for suggesting her then six-year-old daughter Ricki was "baggage."
"Think 50 percent Wall Street, 50 percent Greenwich, Connecticut, like Vineyard Vines. He's never met a pair of khakis he didn't like," Chris said.
"The best thing I can say about Bennett is he is a gift-giver. But what's in the box?!"
Bennett's got game!
The 6'4" expensive loafer-wearing bachelor is great at basketball and enjoys other activities such as horseback riding, tailgating, traveling, and dining out. But he hates golf!
Bennett considers himself the "total package" in that he believes he is handsome, successful, mature and ready to be a husband.
According to Bennett, his high school girlfriend was the only woman he had to work for prior to Clare Crawley and Tayshia.
Bennett was engaged to a woman before and was "fully engaged and dialed up for a wedding." But he called off the engagement before exchanging vows.
Bennett says he just didn't think the relationship was the right one for him and he didn't want to get married for the wrong reasons, especially since he grew up witnessing bad examples of marriage, including his own parents' marriage.
Bennett takes a lot of pride in his self-care
Not only does Bennett enjoy morning yoga and drink green smoothies, but he also treats himself to spa days and books salt therapy sessions called halotherapy after working out to reduce stress, enhance lung capacity, and more.
Bennett also likes to unwind with a face mask at the end of the day.