The Next Bachelor Is Colton Underwood

The Next Bachelor Is Colton Underwood

The Next Bachelor Is Colton Underwood

"I'm very excited. I'm so grateful". Third time's the charm hopefully.

But don't worry, there's always life after "The Bachelorette". I think it would be a fascinating story.

Perezcious readers, will you be tuning in for Colton's season and all of ABC's cringeworthy virgin-related puns? "That's what I'm looking forward to the most, is being engaged and getting married shortly after that", he said. I'd go for that'.

Fans watched Underwood's embark on his journey to find love during Becca Kufrin's season of The Bachelorette. "I think it took all of that to get to where I'm at now and know who I am as a person and know what I want in a life partner".

Another called Colton "an opportunist" and many more said they would not be tuning into the new season in January.

After dropping those bombshells, Underwood and Booth appeared together on yet another ABC dating show, "Bachelor in Paradise", before breaking up in Monday night's episode.

The Bachelorette: Who Are the NFL Players Competing for Becca's Heart? Towards the end of his tenure with the Raiders, Underwood made headlines because of his confirmed relationship with gold-medal Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman. He was eliminated by Becca in that episode. Colton appeared on "Bachelor in Paradise", where he rekindled his romance with Tia. Underwood added that he couldn't wait to see what the future holds for her and he joked about catching up again at some point over a hot dog dinner.

When he came clean to Tia about his feelings, they had a very emotional break up, with both deciding to leave Paradise in the aftermath.

Time to start lining up the long-stemmed red roses: A new Bachelor is ready to find his one true love - or at least woo a couple dozen woman before inevitably landing a spot on Dancing with the Stars. 'He played professionally for three teams before an injury forced him to retire.

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