Colton Underwood engaged to Jordan C. Brown: Shares engagement photos!
Bachelor alum Colton Underwood and political strategist Jordan C. Brown are set to walk down the aisle, and the pair could not be more thrilled. Expressing the excitement with his over 2 million followers on Instagram, Underwood, 30, posted a video montage that featured the pair smitten in love. The opening caption of the video read, "Engagement photo, This is what our day of love looked like." Several stars flocked to the comment section to congratulate the pair on their milestone.
Actor Brett Dier writes, "so happy for you, brother."Jesica Ahlberg comments, "Y'all are the most handsome," followed by fire and heart emojis. Colton, a reality television star and former football player, has been dating Brown, a Democratic strategist, since September 2021, a few months after Colton publicly came out as gay in April. The pair announced their engagement earlier this year.
The pair announced their engagement in February this year. Photo Source: Instagram
"I'm extremely happy! 2021 was the most transformative year of my life," Colton told People. The Bachelor fame adds, "Starting 2022 off with my best friend, teammate, and now fiancé is something I never thought was going to be possible." The newly engaged even dropped the happy news on their Instgram with some sweet messages. "Life is going to be fun with you. The only time in my life I'm ok with wasting a bottle of champagne. I love you, babe," Underwood wrote, sharing a picture of his fiancé popping champagne to celebrate the union.
Underwood was previously in a relationship with Cassie Randolph, who he met on season 23 of The Bachelor. The pair were in a high-profile relationship from November 2018 to May 2020. Three months into their public and amicable breakup, Randolph accused Underwood of stalking and harassing her and filed a restraining against Colton. Not long after the fiasco between the former lovers, Underwood dropped major bombshell news on Cassie and fans by coming out as gay in a Good Morning America interview.
Underwood documented his coming out experience in Netflix's 'Coming Out Colton.' Source: Access
"I've run from myself for a long time. I've hated myself for a long time, and I'm gay," Colton's coming out of the closet lines read; he adds, "The next step in all of this was letting people know. I'm still nervous. It's been a journey, for sure. I'm emotional, but in a good, happy, positive way." Underwood even documented his coming out experience in Netflix' Coming Out Colton.