Colton Underwood said he doesn’t want a show to revolve around him or his relationship right now.
The reality star, 30, told Us Weekly on Tuesday that she won’t be doing a second season of the Netflix show Coming Out Colton at this point in her life.
“I don’t want to talk outright, but I’ll say it right now in my life time and relationship that revolves around a show that’s not a healthy decision for any of us to make,” the star said at the outlet.
A little privacy: Colton Underwood said he doesn’t want a show revolving around him or his relationship right now (pictured 2018)
He continued: “So, right now there isn’t a season 2. Right now, we’re not exploring it for our relationships or my business ventures.”
Underwood is currently in a relationship with political strategist Jordan C. Brown. The couple got engaged in January, shortly after Underwood’s 30th birthday.
Coming Out Colton followed the star into his personal life as he spent time with a number of LGBTQ + stars including former NFL player Michael Sam and country radio host Cody Alan.
Colton, who was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, and became a college football star at Illinois State University, told Us Weekly in December that he chose to keep Jordan out of the series to focus on his “self-discovery.”
‘I’ve been there. I did, “he said. ‘Even joining the show, that was one of the conversations with the production company.… I’m not in a space right now for real, like, putting myself out there like that. lots of self-discovery to do.
Focusing on their relationship: Underwood said he and his girlfriend Jordan C. Brown (pictured November 2021) aren’t looking to do a reality show.
After His Journey: Coming Out Colton followed the star into his personal life as he spent time with a number of LGBTQ + stars
“Having a public relationship was not healthy for me,” he added. “I just think right now I’m really protecting and protecting what I have.”
Underwood is most famous for dating Cassie Randolph at the end of her season of The Bachelor, only to declare himself gay months after their bitter breakup.
Cassie initially decided to leave The Bachelor when it came to the last three women after her father refused to give her blessing, although she admitted that she has a lot of mixed feelings.
After begging her not to leave, Colton infamously jumped a fence in front of the camera after shouting that he was “f ** king” with the show.
In Search of Love in the Wrong Places: Underwood is most famous for dating Cassie Randolph at the conclusion of his Bachelor season, only to declare himself gay months after their split
Bitter ending: Cassie filed restrictive lawsuit against Colton in September 2020 (pictured November 2019)
But he followed up with the shocking move by sending the other two women home and trying a second hit with Cassie, this time without the pressure of an engagement.
However, the honeymoon period didn’t last long and the two announced their separation in May 2020.
In July of that year, she urged her ex not to “monetize on their breakup by writing a new chapter” of her book The First Time without giving her approval.
Things got even more tense among the exes in September when Cassie asked for a restraining order against Colton.
In court documents, she accused him of planting a tracking device on her so that she could track her location, and also claimed that he had harassed her and her family members via a new phone number.
Shocking claims: Bachelor star reportedly made uninvited visits to Randolph’s Los Angeles apartment, as well as his parents’ home in Huntington Beach, California (pictured 2020)
Don’t Play the Blame Game: Underwood later faced the restraining order after Cassie withdrew her request and said she “didn’t believe Cassie had done anything wrong in filing the restraining orders.”
Cassie also claimed in her repository that she sent messages from the number to herself to disguise her origins.
The Bachelor star reportedly made uninvited visits to his Los Angeles apartment, as well as his parents’ home in Huntington Beach, California, including once he was spotted outside their home at 2am.
He later faced the restraining order after Cassie withdrew her request in November 2020.
“Cassie asked the court today to dismiss the temporary restraining order against me,” she said. “The two of us have managed to reach a private settlement to address any Cassie concerns. I don’t think Cassie did anything wrong in filing the restraining orders and I also believe she acted in good faith. I appreciate everyone’s respect for privacy regarding this matter. ‘