Dean Unglert, who was on The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise and Bachelor Winter Games, is now slamming Bachelor relationships saying that they aren’t real at all. This comes as a shock since he was in a relationship with Lesley Murphy post-Bachelor Winter Games. He now seems to be throwing shade at his ex as well as his past relationship.
Dean Unglert Slams Relationships
Dean Unglert has been saying pretty nasty things about the relationships that come out of the Bachelor Nation franchise. Apparently, he doesn’t believe a single one of them are real according to Us Weekly.
“None of these Bachelor relationships are real, not a single one of them. … Maybe you’ve got some marriages and some kids and those ones are real, but every one of them’s fake and contrived and I’m not into that,” Dean said on Access.
However, Dean did go on to say that maybe there are a few real ones. He can support those, but as far as boyfriend and girlfriend relationships go, they are all fake.
“Granted, there are some that are real, like those ones I guess, but boyfriend-girlfriend relationships, every single one of them is fake.” Dean said.
Dean and Lesley’s Relationship
This is a very interesting statement for Dean to make because he is basically calling his four-month relationship with Lesley Murphy fake. When it comes to their relationship, Dean says that it never really felt genuine. He has trust issues which made it even harder to stay together. He also noted that people act differently when there’s cameras on. However, he also said he didn’t want to speak poorly of Lesley.
Dean and Lesley met on Bachelor Winter Games and to the public appeared to have a cute happy relationship. Dean did say that he thinks people act differently when the cameras are on. He also said he didn’t want to speak poorly of Lesley, which is pretty respectable since he just called their relationship fake. Recently, Lesley has revealed she’s actually in a new relationship with Alex Kav.
Overall, Dean feels that people in Bachelor Nation put being in a relationship over the person they are in a relationship with.
“I think contestants on The Bachelor will prioritize a relationship over the person, right? So they’re like, ‘I love being in a relationship more than I love you as a person’ and that stuff, it sucks. That’s just not how it should be. You should love a person and then want to be in a relationship with them, not love the idea of a relationship and then you find someone to be in that with you, because it makes sense”
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