ABC ‘The Bachelor’ spoilers finds that former cast member, Colton Underwood has been talking a lot now that his contract with the television show is up. When of the topics he is talking about now is erections. He said that they are very common on the Bachelor, as anyone would probably guess. He has shared quite a bit about these moments with his fans and we have the inside scoop for you.
ABC ‘The Bachelor’ Spoilers: Intimate Moments and Erections
In Colton’s book, The First Time, he has let out a lot of secrets and fans are loving it! He wrote, “They weren’t on TV, but boners are a real, regular and unavoidable part of the show. The producers are sensitive to guys who find themselves in a hard situation.” He pointed out that there was a scene where he and Cassie Randolph were in the water just splashing around and the producers asked him to get out so they could interview him. He write in his book that “I wasn’t ready to get out of the water.” One of the producers did understand by the look in his eyes what was going on and made sure to give him some more time in the water. Wow! That’s pretty embarrassing.
ABC ‘The Bachelor’ Spoilers: Tales of Erections
There were some moments on the show that Colton say changed his life. In fact, he admits that he lost his virginity on the show! He was in the fantasy suite with Cassie and they were in Spain at the time of the scene. They finally got some alone time and the cameras were shut off. That’s when he got really close to Cassie and asked her what she wanted to do. Colton first said it’s “none of your business”, but then wrote, “No one talks about their sex life unless they don’t have one. There was no doubt we were going to end up naked in front of each other.” He said the next morning when the cameras were ready to film, they knocked many times on the door and they didn’t answer because they were not ready to be filmed quite yet. It seems like things got pretty sexy with these two.
Colton was diagnosed with COVID-19 on March 20 and he said that Cassie and her family have been taking excellent care of him. He finally got to go out and get some fresh air and he said he feel so much better. “It was definitely a little bit of a scary time, but I’m back to what I would consider normal.”