Self-Professed Virgin “Bachelor” Colton Underwood Tells Ellen His Plans for the Fantasy Suite


As Colton Underwood preps for his stint as ABC’s “The Bachelor” come January, the self-proclaimed virgin says he is already looking forward to his time in the fantasy suite.

But his plans might be a little different than what you might be thinking.

“You can do more in the fantasy suites than just have sex,” Underwood told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres on her show Thursday (Sept. 20.) “I mean we can play board games. We can hang out,” he says. “You know, the little things, finding out the little things about them is some of the most interesting things. Because you guys get to see the big storylines on TV. I’m looking forward to, ‘What’s your favorite snack? What kind of dog do you like?’ Just like the little everyday things that you guys really don’t care about, but I [do].”

Well, alrighty then.

Underwood, a former NFL football player who has also starred on “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise,” also got to enjoy a sneak peek at some of the women who will be competing for his heart on “Ellen.” During the game “Know or Go,” the 26-year-old were able to ask three hopefuls by the names of Sydney, Annie and Katie a series of questions to figure out if they are meant for one another.

So who plans to watch this season of “The Bachelor?”

Tricia Despres
Tricia Despres is a Chicago-based freelance writer covering music and entertainment for nearly twenty years. Her work has appeared in publications such as the Chicago Sun-Times, Advertising Age and various regional publications. A country music fan at her core, Despres has interviewed country greats such as Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood through the years and thrives on telling the story behind the story. When she is not alongside her laptop, she is alongside her family - husband Paul and daughters Taylor and Amanda.

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