Jubilee Sharpe proved herself to be a complicated gal on The Bachelor, but on Bachelor in Paradise, she's trying to be calm, cool and confident.

Jubilee, a 25-year-old war veteran who currently resides in Fort Lauderdale, FL, admitted before she entered Paradise that she has a "resting b-tch" face she's trying to work on, because that's probably why people find her unapproachable.

Once on the show, Jubilee quickly made it known she's solely interested in Jared Haibon, whom she then asked out on a romantic date. (Well, it was romantic until a clown interrupted their dinner and scared her half to death.)

Nick Viall had also noted in the Bachelor in Paradise premiere he might be interested in pursuing Jubilee, although based on previews, he seems to switch his focus to Amanda Stanton.

Curious about Jubilee? Below is a list of 9 facts Reality TV World has compiled about her:

- She was active in the U.S. Army for 4.5 years and counts herself among "certified killers."

- While she sees the positives of living a city life, Jubilee lived in Montana for five years and loved it.

- The bachelorette is a thrill-seeker. She enjoys extreme sports such as snowboarding.

- Jubilee prides herself on coming from a beautiful blended family. Born in Haiti, she was adopted at age 6 from an orphanage.

- A self-declared Tomboy, Jubilee completed a three-week South Carolina Warrior Leadership Camp, however, she's not a fan of swimming.

- The bachelorette admits to being quite the snacker. You will typically catch her munching on chocolates and Cheez-Its.

- The bachelorette considers herself a homebody. She spends many Saturday nights watching Netflix in her bed under a blanket with food, a pillow and her phone close by.

- She knows how to joke about The Bachelor franchise's diversity issue. After her elimination from Ben's season, part of a post she shared on Twitter read, "The black girl on The Bachelor. Got no chance.'"

- Jubilee prefers hot weather to cold because she's anemic.
About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.