On Tuesday evening during the advertising break on Dance with stars final, Colton Underwood is the first Bachelor promo was revealed – and it was as dramatic as you would expect. First, a 90-second teaser report showed that Underwood's virginity is likely to play a central role in his season. Then the first closed peak closed with a rather peculiar scene: the sleep of the bachelor throwing across the fence. And the reason someone estimates.
"I'll do it," explains Underwood as she walks to the fence when Chris Harrison is hosted, "Holy, Colton!"
Then there is the noise of a few women screaming because it is seen that Underwood is catapulted over a mighty fence. But perhaps unexpectedly for those who know how dramatic this show can get, it was not just the only shocking part of the promo.
In fact, Underwood could just lose his virginity while shooting Bachelor. At one point in the promo, Harrison tells Underwood that he could lose "this week." Underwood responds: "Sexual intimacy is a big part of every relationship."
Then an unidentified woman appears in the next scene: "Could Colton lose virginity in Singapore? Maybe!"
Bachelor Season 23 will take place on January 7 at ABC. Underwood, who played for the NFL before trying his hand on the reality television circuit, was selected as another Bachelor due to his "good looks, love for dogs and vulnerabilities," according to ABC press release in September. And although Underwood's virginity is definitely played in a prom (one woman tells him at one point, "I did not have a virgin since I was 12!"), Underwood is not the first virgin who is a bachelor.
One of the most "successful" (still married) Bachelors was also a virgin when he made a show. Sean Lowe and Underwood are likely to draw many comparisons because of their lack of sexual history – but Underwood, unlike Lowe, had much more background backgrounds leading to his debut. In addition to his time in the NFL, he was also noted by gymnast Aly Raisman before appearing on Bachelorette. So then Bachelorette, he also did stint on Bachelor in Paradise.
In July, Underwood wrote a long Instagram about his virginity after the episode "People Tell Everything," where he was amazed. He wrote: "I was thinking [my virginity] but a curse for many years, but at last I mentioned who I am and the details that me, me. Anyone who feels he's hiding his truth from embarrassment or fear of judging. "
He continued, "We all have something we have close to us and something that makes us unique in our own way. I ask for respect from everyone I meet before and I am here to appeal to anyone who needs this extra motivation to be" different "- YOU ARE."
The most recent contribution of Underwood's Instagram is a bit more playful: it includes a backlight hidden behind a fence, with an inscription read: "The bachelor state jumps to conclusions like …"
He's definitely dead on the money with that hot one.