Cassie Randolph has spoken out saying she’s “irritated” with the Bachelor editing process after her appearance on The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons Ever.
Randolph spoke about her split from Colton Underwood publicly for the first time during the episode. Once the episode concluded, Cassie took to her Instagram Story to express her frustration with how the interview was “edited” to focus on her quotes about Colton.
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“So I’m a little irritated about a few things right now,” Randolph began. “Just watched the Bachelor interview that aired and I feel like I’m speaking to no one.”
“I’ve said this a million times, you guys cannot judge something that you know is edited and know nothing about. There was so much more that I talk about in that interview than just our relationship,” Randolph continued.
Randolph explained that she and host Chris Harrison talked about “my tattoo, we talked about reminiscing on Trista’s season which was the whole point of going on, we talked about school.”
“Believe it or not, there’s so much more to me than just my past relationship, and I think that’s why I’m annoyed. It’s just ridiculous how people can make assumptions on things they know nothing about,” she added.
Monday’s episode of The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons Ever focussed on season 1 of The Bachelor with Alex Michel and season 1 of The Bachelorette with Trista Sutter. During the episode, various alumni tuned in to catch up with host Chris Harrison, including Cassie. During the call, Harrison asks Cassie how she is doing following her breakup from Colton.
Randolph was clearly reluctant to talk but shared, “I’m doing okay, don’t know if I want to talk all about the breakup at all.”
“We had a really great relationship the entire time and we got along really well,” Randolph said. When Harrison asked for more, she replied, “It’s kind of a sensitive subject because I feel we’re still kind of going through it and I’m still pretty emotional — and we really haven’t talked about it publicly yet … and I don’t know if either of us is ready.”
“Going through any breakup is hard, but then going through one publicly comes with a whole new set of challenges that … I’ve never gone through any of this before,” she said. “We’re both learning how to navigate it.”