'The Bachelor': Have Other Bachelors Been Dumped like Colton Underwood?"

If you thought that this season of The Bachelor had an uncanny amount of lows for the lead, Colton Underwood, then you would be right. Underwood now holds the title of the Bachelor to be broken up with the most times during a season. Not one or two, but four girls took themselves out of the running to receive a proposal from the former football player.

Elyse Dehlbom was the first to send herself home. She left in Thailand after feeling like she wasn’t a priority and wondering if she could get to the point of accepting a proposal while Underwood was dating other women.

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“I want the time and attention that a relationship deserves,” she told him on the show. “I literally can’t accept a proposal after a few months of sharing your time and attention with other people. I can’t do it.”

Sydney Lotuaco also decided to leave after feeling like her connection with the athlete wasn’t strong enough to turn into love.

Heather Martin left dramatically on a solo train ride after revealing to Underwood that she wasn’t ready to go further in their relationship. And most recently, Cassie Randolph broke up with Underwood after telling him that while she loved him, she wasn’t “in love with him,” causing him to lose it and jump over a fence. So, all in all, it’s been a very rough season for Underwood.

But, he can take some solace in the fact that he isn’t the only Bachelor to be left. So which other Bachelors have been broken up with?

Juan Pablo Galavis

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On Galavis’ season, two women said goodbye before the final rose.

First, Sharleen Joynt began to doubt her feelings for Galavis and eventually decided that he wasn’t the one for her.

“The idea of a proposal doesn’t seem like something that is possible for me,” she told him on his season. “I don’t want to take the spot of someone else who is at that place. I don’t want you to think that I’ve wasted your time.”

After the fantasy suites, Andi Dorfman also dumped the Venezuelan reality star, saying that their time in the suite was a nightmare. She told the single father that there was a difference between being honest and “an asshole” and that the things that he said to her were rude and offensive.

She went on to be the next Bachelorette.

Ben Higgins

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The self eliminations on Ben Higgins’ season didn’t have much to do with him.

The first exit happened with Lauren Barr was too overwhelmed by the show.

“I’m just a quiet girl from Oklahoma,” she said at the time.”It’s really hard for me to be here.”

Lace Morris then went home after a crazy night on the show left her feeling like she needed to find herself.

“You can’t love somebody else until you truly love yourself, and I don’t know if I truly love myself yet,” she told Higgins. “I think it’s better that I go.”

While other Bachelors may not have had multiple self exits on their season, there are a number of former leads who were dumped once. Jake Pavelka, Brad Womack, Ben Flajnik, Sean Lowe, Chris Soules, and Arie Luyendyk Jr. all had one girl eliminate themselves from the running.

So, don’t feel bad, Underwood. You’re in good company.

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