Former "Bachelor" Colton Underwood is opening up much more about his controversial coming out — and the upcoming Netflix reality show about it, which is moving ahead despite calls for its cancellation.
Following her split from Colton Underwood, Bachelor Nation's Cassie Randolph is moving on with rumored boyfriend Brighton Reinhardt. Scroll to see why Cassie is in a "good place."
"I just feel like the best thing for me at this time is to move forward," she said.
The reality star, 29, came out on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday, saying he is the "happiest and healthiest I've ever been in my life."
Underwood also slammed producers and Chris Harrison in the candid interview. "We’re not in a good place," he said.
The former Bachelor opens up about his "constant struggle" to find love on the reality show in his new book.
The "Bachelor" star opens up about getting threats after going public about being positive for COVID-19, and why he's avoiding getting political.
"I was super insecure," says Colton Underwood, who was routinely bullied through high school
Colton Underwood said he tested positive for the coronavirus and began experiencing symptoms a few days ago
The former "Bachelor" star explains how he tried to game the system in a juicy new interview.
After Cassie left the show, fans finally got the moment they'd been waiting for all season: Colton jumping the gate and disappearing into the night.
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