The former Bachelorette believes Underwood "definitely made a lot of mistakes" in the past, but said she is impressed by his current journey.
The former "Bachelor" confirmed this week that he and Brown, a political strategist, have been in a relationship for several months.
"Coming Out Colton" chronicles the former "Bachelor" star's "journey to a new reality." The six-episode docuseries debuts Friday, Dec. 3.
The "Hacks" actor kicks off Season 3 of his digital series, which examines pop culture through an unapologetically queer lens, on Nov. 2.
Speaking to Variety, the former "Bachelor" star also apologized to ex-girlfriend Cassie Randolph and addressed criticism of his forthcoming Netflix series.
The *NSYNC singer explained why the former "Bachelor" star, who came out as gay last week, is facing backlash from many in the LGBTQ community.
The "Billy on the Street" comedian congratulated Underwood with a throwback clip of his prediction.
"I'm the happiest and healthiest I’ve ever been in my life,” the reality TV star told "Good Morning America."
Emma Gray and Leigh Blickley are back for a special quarantine edition of “Here To Make Friends.” There’s a lot to discuss, from which sets of Bachelor alums are locking down together to the revelation that “Listen To Your Heart” might actually … be good? Plus, they interview former Bachelor Colton Underwood about his coronavirus recovery and his new memoir, “The First Time.” Find full episodes of “Here to Make Friends” on Apple, Google, Spotify
The former Bachelor gets candid about battling COVID-19, jumping the fence and his future outside of 'The Bachelor' franchise.
“The main thing is I can’t even walk up a flight of stairs without being out of breath," the reality show star told his fans on social media.
After a finale that actually lived up to the hype, the hosts of HuffPost’s “Here To Make Friends” podcast recap.
Some viewers wanted to know for sure if he lost his virginity to Cassie -- and they weren't satisfied.
The host snarkily summed up the real episode while taking creative license with the fate of Colton Underwood.
Tensions between two contestants erupted into a physical altercation on the "Women Tell All" episode.
The latest episode of "The Bachelor" might actually make Colton's season the most dramatic season in "Bachelor" history.
The hosts of HuffPost’s “Here To Make Friends” podcast weigh in on the most recent surprise exits.
She also presented the former NFL practice-squad player with underwear to confirm when he's lost his virginity.
“I was determined to get justice and seek justice,” she said of the assault.
"I'm ready to find love with one of these randos," declares "Dolton."