Academy of Arts university alumni Kendall is a fan favorite in Bachelor in Paradise Tv program.
The opening episode of Bachelor in Paradise hit the screens on August 7 and viewers have been excited by the growing romance between Kendall Long and “Grocery store Joe” Amabile. It is speculated that Joe has been hanging around in California since the shooting ended in the closing of June. California state is home to Kendall where she had the opportunity to attend the Academy of Art University. Kendall gained favor in the eyes of the fans in the period of the run of season 22 of The Bachelor, and her personality and captured the attention of the viewers. The Bachelor starred a renowned racecar driver known as Arie Luyendyk, and as viewers can recall, Kendall was among the three final ladies that were contesting for Arie’s love.
Just before the closing of the show, Kendall and Krystal were at loggerheads in a showdown that turned dramatic during a two on one date. Despite Krystall badmouthing Kendall and revealing that she had never maintained a stable relationship for more than ten months, Kendall took control of the situation and was able to talk it out with Arie and Krystal. This occurrence made Kendall gain even more favor in the eyes of many fans that follow this exciting TV show, and she was also able to win more fans in the process. During season 5, it is the hope for many viewers that the charming personality and creative talents possessed by Kendall will help win the heart of Joe. Kendall attended the Academy of Art University located in San Fransisco where she obtained her degree in Multimedia Communications.
Kendal also took part in the athletic program of the school known as the Urban Knights. The Academy of Art University was launched in 1929 by Richard S. Stephens. This institution for higher learning is privately owned, and it is an art school for profit based in San Fransisco California. Academy of Arts University is a school that has open admissions with 100% rate of acceptance and currently has about 12,000 students. Over time, the school has earned the reputation as the most significant art and design school that is privately owned in the United States.