'The Bachelor' Season 23: Here's why 26-year-old virgin Colton Underwood and Demi Burnett would be a perfect match
With Underwood's conservative character and Demi's outgoing nature, if they ever manage to hang on till the end, they will make a really happy couple
After a long wait for fans of the show, 'The Bachelor' season 23 premiered on Monday on ABC, with virgin bachelor Colton Underwood making a striking entrance as he kicked off his journey to find true love.
As in other season premieres, Underwood met the 30 ladies trying to woo him, and from the look of the first episode the current season promises to be much quirkier and cheesier than the others.
The first episode itself kicked with a certain amount of drama that we have never witnessed in the other seasons till date. Among all that drama on display, we came across contestant Demi Burnett, a proud country girl. One thing that you should know about her is that she has not dated a virgin since she was 12-years -old, and currently she has the hots for Underwood.
Demi gave out really good and sassy vibes all throughout the premiere, and in the teasers that were revealed recently, she comes out as someone who is ready to take on anyone who comes between her and Underwood.
Now the fact that Underwood is a virgin is not exactly news, and now that he is on a journey to find true love (and probably losing his virginity), in my opinion, Demi would be the perfect match for him.
Wondering why? Here is the rundown.
Starting from the time when she stated that Underwood would not know what he wants until and unless he has played the field a little, to the recently revealed teaser, Demi seems to be going all out for Underwood. In the process, she seems to have fallen in love with him, a fact which she relays to Underwood himself.
And since she has not played the virgin field since she was 12, Underwood has a lot to learn from Demi, after all, she is the whole "damn confetti cake."
She could possibly teach him a few tricks, as is evident from the recently released teaser, where she tells him, "Let's be wild. Let's be crazy. Let's have sex in places where people should not have sex."
This just reveals that she has already started to teach him what he needs to know.
The saying that opposites attract holds true for the duo. From the limo entrance and even the cocktail round, the duo upped their chemistry to another level. With Underwood's conservative character and Demi's outgoing nature, if they ever manage to hang on till the end, they will make a really happy couple, or Demi will at least know her way to keep him happy (If you know what I mean).
'The Bachelor' returns on January 14 for episode 2 on ABC. Check your local listings for more information.