'The Bachelor' gets its own Regina George as Catherine Agro eyes 'virgin' NFL star Colton Underwood
On Monday, NFL star Colton Underwood will be surrounded by 30 women, all fighting for his love and attention, hoping to be the love he is searching for
'The Bachelor' season 23 is all set to premiere on January 7 and 26-year-old NFL star Colton Underwood is the bachelor this season. After Underwood made his appearance on 'The Bachelorette' and 'The Bachelor in Paradise' and had no luck finding true love, he now makes his way to 'The Bachelor' and hopes to finally find the one for him.
On Monday, Underwood will be surrounded by 30 women, all fighting for his love and attention, hoping to be the love he is searching for.
Though he has made appearances on other 'Bachelor' series, he is well-known for one unique quality. He stands out among previous bachelors on the reality TV series because he is still a virgin. From the time the series announced Underwood as the bachelor this season, his V-Card has been the talk of the town. But, according to Underwood, that is just one minor aspect of him.
There is no doubt that viewers and fans will get to witness an ample amount of drama, catfights and arguments.
After taking a look at the teasers, Catherine Agro seems to be the one to create the most amount of drama and take the throne as the Regina George of this season.
Catherine has the highest chances of being the potential villain this season. She knows what she wants and is not going to back down till she gets it. Even if it means that she has to interrupt Underwood during his one-on-one conversation with the other ladies.
In the recent teaser that was shared by the show, we saw Catherine fight her way to get Underwood's attention and steal him from as many other contestants as she could. Her motto this season is "If you don't have haters, you're not doing something right."
This just adds to the fact that Catherine isn't here to make friends. And that proves that she is definitely trouble. She might have just broken the record of interrupting the highest number of conversations in one night. And, by the looks of it, it does not seem to bother her that she is leaving the other women furious because of her behavior.
It is safe to say that, as long as she is here, we can definitely expect a lot of drama. So grab your bowl of snacks and sit down in front of your TV on Monday, January 7, when the show airs. Because you would not want to miss the juicy bits that it brings.
'The Bachelor' season 23 airs January 7, 2019, on ABC. Check your local listings for more information.