- Hannah Brown’s book details her time on “The Bachelor”Colton Underwood’s heart.
- She wrote, “She “kept getting the feeling something was off”They were together when they were.
- In April 2021, Underwood became gay two years after he had been made public. “The Bachelor.”
Hannah was introduced to audiences “Hannah Beast”Brown as she stepped from the limo in night one of Colton Underwood season “The Bachelor”January 2019, “In her new book,God Bless This Mess,” she wrote about what it was like to date him — specifically, what it was like to date someone who’d later come out as gay.
“I kept getting the feeling that something was off,”Brown wrote. “A feeling like he didn’t even want to be kissing me, you know? Some of the other girls felt like something was off, too, and honestly I didn’t know what to think.”
Brown wrote that she and Brown had even had a discussion where she “straight up”He told her she was having doubts.
He was told by her, “I feel like I’m on this cliff. And with all the drama that’s happened, I feel like I want to back away from the edge. Either that or I just want to jump, and really allow myself to start giving my heart to you.”
He replied that he had already jumped and asked her to confirm. “jump with me.”
Brown was sent home by Underwood after he met his parents in a one-on-1 date.
“As soon as I got in the car to go on that date, I got this feeling in my gut that something was wrong,”She wrote. “It’s like we just weren’t connecting the way we were supposed to,”She went on.
Underwood chose Cassie Randolph — famously, He jumped over a fence to help her. — and the two dated around a year and a half, announcing their breakup in May 2020. Randolph was later A restraining order was issued against him.He claimed he had spyed on her. It was In November 2020, the price was reduced.
Two years later, he was the star of “The Bachelor,”In an interview, Underwood revealed that he was gay in April 2021. “Good Morning America.”
“I’ve ran from myself for a long time,”In the interview, he stated. “I’ve hated myself for a long time. I came to terms with that earlier this year and have been processing it, and the next step in all of this was sort of letting people know.”
He also apologized for his series to contestants, saying: “Do I regret being the Bachelor? Do I regret handling it the way that I did? I do. I do think I could’ve handled it better. I just wish I wouldn’t have dragged people into the mess of figuring out who I was.”
Brown wrote about this revelation in her book. “A couple of years later, when I saw Colton come out as gay on ‘Good Morning America,’ I’d see that same freeness for him — and it made me happy.”
“It also helped me better understand why things just felt a little off between us — because he felt off with himself. He wasn’t living the truth,”She continued.
Underwood will be featured in six episodes of the docuseries. “Coming Out Colton,”This begins on December 3.