Colorado’s Colton Underwood is ABC’s new “Bachelor”

Colorado officially has another “Bachelor” under its belt.

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— The Bachelor (@BachelorABC) September 4, 2018

Former NFL player and also the Mile High’s own Colton Underwood was appointed ABC&rsquoguy to try his hand in love on “The Bachelor” this morning on Good Morning America.

The 26-year-old tight finish (in soccer, come on people) continues to be a busy year ahead of the announcement.

The world first met him if he launched confetti during his introduction to “Bachelorette” Becca Kufrin. Underwood made it to the season’s four and hometown dates episode in which he attracted Kufrin to Stanley Marketplace along with Children’s Hospital Colorado.  He was also very outspoken about the fact he is a virgin, which he took some heat for on social media.

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In that episode, however, former flame Tia Booth revealed to Kufrin there were still feelings there, and he was sent home.

Or, should we say, to “Paradise. ”

Underwood and Booth revived their romance on “Bachelor in Paradise” until Monday night after he broke off because “the feelings rsquo;t there,” and they went home.

Coincidence? Now we understand that it wasn’t.

“Third time’s charm … that’so what I’m hoping for” Underwood said on GMA this morning of his trip on “The Bachelorette,” & & ldquo;Bachelor in Paradise” & now “The Bachelor. ”

As for his relationship with Booth? “We are now on exactly the same page for the very first time in our relationship and we are good friends,” he advised Michael Stranahan.

“That’s one thing I took pride on both seasons, was being true to who I am,” he included. “I think it took all that to get to where I am at now as a person and to know what I need in a lifetime partner. ”

And no, his leading woman doesn’t even should know about sports. Yes, he expects his time ends in proposal.

Other guys in the running were Jason Tartick along with fellow Coloradan Blake Horstmann.

The series ’s 20th season featured Denver resident Ben Higgins as “The Bachelor,” and that spun off to his own show with then-fiance Lauren Bushnell based on their lifetime in Denver. The couple later broken.