The Untold Truth Of Cassie Randolph

One of the most dramatic and devastating moments
in Season 23 of The Bachelor was when Cassie Randolph left bachelor Colton Underwood heartbroken. Luckily, the two somehow made their romance
work against all odds, but we still don’t know a lot about the woman who had all of
America on the edge of the seats. Here’s everything you need to know about
Cassie Randolph. If you had to guess where Cassie Randolph
was from based on first impression alone, you'd probably say she's a California girl
and you'd be right! Randolph grew up in Walnut Creek, CA, in the
East Bay region of Northern California. And as fans of The Bachelor saw during her
hometown date with Colton Underwood, Randolph now resides in Huntington Beach, a true beach
city southeast of Los Angeles. Obviously, this girl loves the sun! “We’re in Huntington Beach! I’m home!” While she’s a bit indecisive in other areas
of her life, Randolph has no doubt in her mind about her love for Huntington Beach.

She’s mused about her SoCal home on more
than one occasion. Randolph captured a picture from New Year’s
Eve 2018: Clearly you can take the girl out of Cali,
but you can't take the Cali out of the girl. Given that Randolph is 100 percent a California
girl, it's not surprising at all that she loves to surf. Bachelor fans got to witness her impressive
surfing skills during her Huntington Beach date with Underwood, though the former NFL
player was obviously inexperienced. While she may make surfing seem easy, it's
actually quite the strenuous sport and can really wear a person out even an experienced
surfer like Randolph.

The Bachelor star took to her Instagram to
express her exhaustion after a few days riding the waves, captioning a photo, That’s one way to beat the heat. Surf’s up, Cassie! Given her proclivity for surfing and beach
volleyball, it's only natural that Randolph is a lifelong, confirmed beach bum. Just about every other post on her Instagram
page is of her on the beach, either sunning, swimming, surfing, or just striking a pose
for the camera. Who wouldn't want to move to Cali after seeing
all of those gorgeous shots of sun, sand, and the sea? No matter the weather or the time of year
this girl can be found by the water even during the off-season. Along with a picture posted to her Instagram
page in November 2017, Randolph mused: She must have a serious stash of sunblock
to keep her skin looking so fresh! According to Randolph’s ABC profile, she’s
definitely a cat person.

The California native has two furry buddies
named Maverick and Goose. Given that Underwood is a confirmed dog person,
we have to wonder if these two will be able to reconcile their differences in the name
of true love! In an October 2015 Instagram post, the former
Bachelor contestant even wished a certain orange Tabby cat a Happy National Cat Day,
writing: More quality cat content, please! Before Cassie Randolph stole both America
and Colton Underwood's heart on The Bachelor, she had a few other projects in the hopper. Namely, she and her sister Michelle had a
vlog series on YouTube by the name of Double Mumble. And while you can't access it anymore, Randolph
has left some fun preview clips up on her social media for your viewing pleasure. The pair apparently decided to start the vlog
back in 2017, with Cassie writing on Instagram: The teaser clips for the vlog show just how
much fun the two sisters have together, and how incredibly silly they can be.

Here’s hoping these two will resurrect the
web series sooner rather than later! Now that Cassie Randolph’s time on The Bachelor
has officially come to an end, she can get back to focusing on her education and career
endeavors. According to her LinkedIn page, Randolph enrolled
in graduate school at The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 2018, where she's pursuing a Master
of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Randolph did have to take a leave of absence
from school to be on the show, but she returned in January 2019, just as Colton Underwood’s
Bachelor season was beginning to air.

Randolph wrote on Instagram: We foresee a lot of late nights in this grad
student’s future! Cassie Randolph's whirlwind romance with Colton
Underwood wasn't her first romantic encounter filmed for reality television. The woman who stole the bachelor’s heart
dated Caelan Tiongson while attending Biola University, showcasing her on and off again
relationship with him while playing a central role in the docuseries Young Once. “There was a time I admit where I didn’t
think we were gonna get back together.” “…when?” “When you insisted on not being together.” While not quite as popular as The Bachelor,
Young Once describes itself as: Randolph found herself fielding a lot of questions
about her previous relationship once the second season of Young Once started airing in the
middle of Underwood’s season of The Bachelor. She addressed concerned fans on her Instagram
page, writing: However, many viewers still wondered why the
ex-couple continued to appear in Young Once even after they broke up, which Randolph also
addressed in a post. Hey, if they've moved on, then everyone else
can too.

The Bachelor is a competition show at its
core, with 30 women competing for Colton Underwood’s heart on his season. However, while the show definitely has its
share of drama, Randolph insists that there was serious solidarity between herself and
the other contestants. The surfer girl took to her Instagram page
in January 2019 to gush about the women she met in the famous Bachelor mansion, writing: While Underwood’s season of The Bachelor
certainly showcased plenty of drama within the group of women, it seems these gals have
each other’s backs more than the show would have you believe. So even though it may be fun to speculate
on who secretly hates who, or she said/she said of it all — we’re totally here for
this tight-knit sisterhood! Of all the friendships that developed throughout
The Bachelor’s 23rd season, one in particular stood out: the friendship between BFFs Cassie
Randolph and Caelynn Miller-Keyes. “Cassie and I, the way we managed our best
friendship so well is because we separated our friendship and our relationship” Miller-Keyes dished about their bond in an
interview with Access, revealing that she flies from her hometown in North Carolina
once a week to visit Randolph in California.

The beauty queen explained that even though
they were technically each other’s competition, she and Cassie bonded on the first night of
filming when the California-native put her nose on Miller-Keyes' shoulder in a gesture
of affection. From that point on, the two formed a serious
bond. Miller-Keyes told Access; One downside to putting yourself out there
on reality TV for everyone to see is the backlash from people on social media. Fortunately, the folks from Randolph's hometown
have her back, and have nothing but nice things to say about her. A former classmate defended Randolph's reputation
to The Mercury News, revealing: “You’re special.” “You’re special.” Take that, haters! After all of the smooching and heart-to-hearts
between Cassie Randolph and bachelor Colton Underwood, fans were absolutely shocked when
Randolph decided to depart the show after Underwood professed his love to her.

“I love you so much. Like, so much.” “Like, I’m not … I’m, like, not in
love.” And fans weren’t the only ones who couldn’t
believe what they were seeing. Underwood revealed to People magazine: Of course, all the drama surrounding his surprise
break-up with Randolph gave Underwood flashbacks of his previous televised heartbreak when
Becca Kufrin sent him home on The Bachelorette. Underwood told People magazine: Honestly, after witnessing the break-up, it’s
easy to see why Underwood scaled that fence. “He just jumped the f—— fence.” But Randolph can’t be faulted for following
her heart and doing what she felt was best for both herself and Underwood. She wasn’t 100 percent certain about their
relationship and didn’t want to lead the poor guy on, especially when he had two other
incredible women falling in love with him Tayshia Adams and Hannah Godwin. However, Underwood proved to Randolph and
the rest of America that he's anything but a quitter when it comes to something or someone
he loves. “I’m gonna fight for somebody that I love.

And that’s what I’m gonna do.” Cassie and Colton fans were delighted when
it was revealed on the second night of The Bachelor’s two-part season finale that the
two lovebirds ended up together after all. After the infamous fence jump, fans saw Underwood
show up at Randolph’s hotel room as she was packing to return from Portugal to Huntington
Beach. The two had a heart-to-heart, and Randolph
agreed to accompany Underwood to Spain to meet his family. Still, the California girl wasn’t so sure
of her feelings. After spending more time with the bachelor
and finally going through with the ever-anticipated Fantasy Suite date, Randolph seemed ready
to take the next step with Underwood, and the two appeared as a couple in love on the
After the Final Rose special. There hasn’t been an engagement yet, but
the happy couple has this to say to their haters: “I mean, we’re still gonna be together
every single day, so…” “The smiles on your faces are fantastic.” “We are so excited right now.” ‘We are so excited!” Check out one of our newest videos right here! Plus, even more List videos about your favorite
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