"What she lacks in size, she brings to the table personality-wise, and I love that," Matt gushed of the bubbly and spunky brunette.
Over a fancy dinner that evening, Serena P. said she was "falling in 'like'" with the Bachelor but could picture that "like" easily turning into "love."
Matt acknowledged the feeling was "mutual," and he appeared absolutely giddy after Serena P. expressed herself to the Bachelor.
Matt said he could picture dating Serena P. long-term and being very happy with her, but he has since built strong relationships with other bachelorettes -- and Serena has been stuck going on group large dates.
Until viewers find out whether Serena P. will outshine her competition and end up with Matt, let's learn some things about The Bachelor bachelorette right now.
Below is a list of nine facts Reality TV World has compiled about Serena Pitt.
Serena Pitt's career has just begun given she's only 22 years old
Although ABC dubbed Serena a publicist, the bachelorette -- who is pretty fresh out of college -- currently works as an intern.
Serena P. works as an intern at MacIntyre Communications. She has held the position since August 2020 in Toronto.
"From Toronto, Ontario... We have a handful of very small and petite girls on this show, but this girl is tiny. I mean, tiny, which means she is very small," Chris said.
"She may be small, but Serena P. is a force to be reckoned with on the show. [She has] great chemistry with Matt. They had it from the moment she stepped out of the limo. They just have this chemistry. They have this thing."
Chris added, "The thing with Serena P. to keep in mind -- and this is very interesting -- she's always honest. She always tells everybody, including Matt, where she stands, how she feels, and what the score is. Now, will Matt hear that? We'll have to find out."
Serena P. was a swimming instructor at Superfin Aquatics in Markham, Ontario for two years and four months beginning in 2017. She taught swimming classes to kids, teens and adults.
Not only is she certified as a swim instructor and lifesaving instructor, but she's also a licensed emergency first-aid instructor.
The bachelorette does not consider herself a casual dater
Serena P. has only been in one serious relationship prior to appearing on The Bachelor. She thought that man was going to be The One but she said she was wrong.
Serena P. admitted she was "deeply in love" with her ex and their breakup was "one of the lowest points of [her] life" because it was sad and painful -- although the correct decision for her at the time.
Serena is all about having fun, even if the outing is low key
Serena P. is looking for a man to spend quality time with, whether they enjoy beers at a bar or sit courtside at a Toronto Raptors' game.
Serena wants to grow with her partner and says she needs a man with ambition who will be her teammate in life.
Serena's future husband also has to be willing to share his food with her. The self-described "chronically hangry" bachelorette told ABC, "If they don't let me taste their food, I don't know if the relationship could survive."