Meet Victoria’s Most Eligible Bachelorette: Tania Tchalikian

This Valentine's Day we're doing a series on Victoria's most eligible

VICTORIA, Texas- $50 billion. That’s the amount of money Americans are predicted to spend on Valentine’s Day in 2020. This figure combines $19.2 billion on gifts and $30.7 billion on activities. Hopefully, you already know who you will be spoiling on the day of love. But if you’re still looking for that special someone, follow our series where we introduce the community to some of the most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes.

Newscenter 25 reporter, LaShanda McCuin, and I had the pleasure of interviewing some of Victoria’s most eligible dudes and dudettes. We got up close and personal with three women and three men who are ready for a commitment.

Our next bachelorette hails from Los Angeles, California. Twenty-seven year old, Tania Tchalikian is a reporter at Newscenter 25.  I asked each bachelor and bachelorette the same questions in our fun and quirky Q&A to get to know them better. Read on to learn more about Tania Tchalikian’s ideal date and what she’s looking for in an ideal partner.


Bria Woods: What are your interests? 

Tania Tchalikian: My interests are sports, reading and being outdoors. 

BW: What are you looking for in a partner?

TT: That’s a tough one. Let’s say somebody who’s strong, caring, gentle, and honest. 

BW: So you’re from LA, but you’ve recently moved here, do don’t think it’s going to be harder to find a mate. 

TT: Maybe. Because I don’t really have a circle here, you know, I didn’t really know a lot about it here, so yeah, it might be difficult.

BW: Do you watch Netflix with the subtitles on?

TT: I actually hate subtitles because it distracts me from watching the film, but I know people who use subtitles and it’s whatever. I’ll let it slide. 

BW: Do you pour the cereal first or the milk first? 

TT: I don’t eat cereal so I can’t answer that cause I don’t drink milk. 

BW: Do you drink like alternative milks? 

TT: No, just like in my coffee, I’ll have like oat milk, almond milk, stuff like that. 

BW: On a scale of one to 10, 10 being I’m immaculate, everything is clean and sparkling and one is I’m a slob, how would you rate your cleanliness level? 

TT: I have OCD so I’m probably a 10. It has to be neat. 

BW: What is your biggest turn on or turn off?

TT:  Turn off. Definitely lying. I cannot stand it at all. Turn on would be if I know a guy like sports or if they’re just being respectful. Oh actually no also if they wear cross necklaces and stuff, that’s actually really, Oh, and if I see them pray that’s a turn on 100%. 

BW: If you’re a flavor of cream, which one would you be? 

TT: I feel like vanilla cause I’m so plain and basic. 

BW:  Cats or dogs?

TT: Dogs, one hundred percent. 

BW: If you could travel to any era in time past, present or future which one would you choose? 

TT: Probably in the past. 

BW: Which era? Maybe like the ‘50s, cause I want to see the poodle skirts. I want to be a part of that and like the drive-in movies, you know, that was pretty cool.

BW: What is your favorite artist or genre of music?

TT: I don’t have a favorite artist, but my favorite genre would be like country and worship right now. 

BW: What is the weirdest thing about yourself that you can think of? 

TT: Weirdest thing. I would probably say my OCD, honestly. Yeah, that’s pretty weird. 

BW: Is family big for you. 

TT: One hundred percent. Family’s first, well God and then family. Yeah. 

BW: Do you want children? 

TT: Maybe the future. Yeah, like future, future, future. 

BW: So imagine you have a budget of $0 and you want to hang out with your significant other on a Sunday afternoon. What did you do? 

TT: Easy. Go to a hiking trail or something or to the beach. 

BW: Where do you see yourself in 10 years? 

TT: Hopefully working at a TV station for the Padres in San Diego. 

BW: What is the worst date you’ve ever been on? 

TT: I can’t really remember right now. I know the best one, but I can’t think of like my worst.

BW: Tell me about the best one?

TT: We snuck into the little league baseball field and we like hung out in the dugout after dark and talked and it was perfect cause we were on the field, you know, so it was magical. 

BW: Okay, great. Is there anything else you’d like the community to know as an eligible bachelorette? 

TT: Mmm, I’m pretty chill actually. Like I’m cool and down to earth and, and yeah, I’m open to try new things. 

Tune into the 5,6,9 and 10 pm shows tonight to learn more about the way to Queenie’s heart.