‘The Bachelor’: Cassie Randolph Says ‘The Pressure’ Has Been Hard on Her Relationship With Colton Underwood

by Jeremy Spirogis
Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood

Cassie Randolph was awarded Colton Underwood’s final rose on their period of The Bachelor last 12 months. Since then, she’s been quite candid about the issues that can come along side becoming catapulted into truth television stardom.

Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood | Jerod Harris/Getty Images for Tubi
Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood | Jerod Harris/Getty Images for Tubi

In a recently available meeting using the “I Suck At Life” podcast, Randolph stated it’s quite normal on her to “have a breakdown” as a result of becoming into the community attention.

“Honestly one of the hardest things at first when the show was airing was just the constant–everything was changing constantly. So like people’s opinions on you would change from week to week. Or you’d be scared for what was gonna happen in the editing, something would be edited weird to make you look bad that actually didn’t happen. You know, it’s just a lot of unknown,” she stated.

Cassie Randolph ended up being surprised to understand she’d turned into a high profile after winning ‘The Bachelor’

Randolph didn’t recognize exactly how preferred The Bachelor is. The popularity goes both techniques. She has many really supporting followers, but she additionally deals with plenty of unsolicited critique.

“I think I was just naive to it, but I didn’t know people were so invested in the show and like very, very passionate about it, which is great because my fan accounts are incredible. They’re so cute, I love them, I love the support. But I think the harder thing to deal with is there’s always negative and positive that comes along with everything and I think the hardest thing is seeing things in the media afterwards that aren’t true or that are so exaggerated,” she stated.

How Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood cope with hearsay and internet based negativity

Randolph claims she’s learning how to “brush off” rumors and internet based negativity.

“I learned to kind of brush it off if I felt like it was gonna blow over and be like, ‘OK everyone deals with this when they’re in media, so don’t get too worked up.’ But then certain things, you know, I think it’s important to address if it’s important to you,” she stated.

She states Underwood is learning how to perform some exact same.  

“He’s gotten really good, too, at learning to just let things roll off your back. Because it’s just inevitable, it’s just gonna happen,” she stated.

The media and lover scrutiny ended up being some thing Randolph and Underwood needed to learn how to conquer as a few.

“It was hard a little bit for our relationship with all the pressure of everyone and people saying this and you’re like, ‘Who do I trust? What do I believe? Did you really do that?’ or, ‘Do you really think that? Because this person says you think that.’ We had to learn to really lean on each other and trust each other,” she stated.

Ultimately, Randolph states the feeling introduced her and Underwood closer collectively.

Today, they’re however gladly collectively and gladly using their particular time as a few.

“There’s no rush. I feel like people are later and later waiting to get married or engaged. It’s fine. And your 20s are kind of a tumultuous time… is that the right word? And I think when you make that decision you want to be ready to make it and so it’s fine to take your time,” states Randolph.  

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