‘The Bachelor’: Here’s When Cassie Randolph Plans to Spill the Tea About Her Split with Colton Underwood

The Bachelor moment when Colton Underwood jumped the fence after Cassie Randolph broke things off with him will live forever in the memories of fans. However, that fence jump no longer has a happy ending to go with it. After weeks of speculation from fans, Randolph plans to talk about their breakup on national television.

Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph from 'The Bachelor'
Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph attend the 53nd annual CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena on November 13, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. | Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images

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When did ‘The Bachelor’ couple Colton and Cassie split?

On May 29, 2020, Underwood announced on social media that he and Randolph were calling it quits. She posted similar sentiments on her Instagram account. The two both indicated that the split was amicable, and they would remain friends. 

“It’s been a crazy few months, to say the least,” Underwood wrote. “Cass and I have been doing a lot of self-reflecting. Sometimes people are just meant to be friends – and that’s OK. We both have grown immensely and been through so much together – so this isn’t the end of our story; it’s the start of a whole new chapter for us.”

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Randolph’s post touched on the fact that fans suspected the split was coming. Neither party posted happy photos of the couple together in quite a while, and Bachelor Nation noticed. 

Many viewers believe that the pair’s split has to do with Randolph not wanting to get married, yet. However, after a 30-day break from social media, the substitute teacher is spilling the tea.

When will Cassie Randolph share her side of the breakup with ‘Bachelor’ Nation?

On July 6, 2020, on The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!, host Chris Harrison will catch up with Randolph. The show highlights a past season from the franchise every week, while Harrison gets updates from the previous contestants. The fifth episode will recap Trista Sutter and Alex Michel’s seasons. However, Randolph is cited as the “timely” guest in the press release for the week.

“What was behind her surprising recent breakup with Colton Underwood?” the ABC press release for the upcoming episode reads.

The former contestant talks about her relationship with Underwood after the show ended, and then she spills the tea.

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“It was really good,” she tells Harrison in the episode teaser. “We honestly had a really great relationship the entire time, and we got along really well. Obviously, navigating a public relationship has its challenges.”

Then Harrison asks what specifically caused the breakup. Randolph pauses, and the video cuts out. We will have to wait to find out the answer to that question on Bachelor Monday.

Randolph criticized the haters on social media after her split with Underwood

Shortly after the episode teaser was released, Randolph also shared an emotional post on Instagram on July 1, 2020. She explained that she took a 30-day break from social media. Then she delved into the difficult time she had in the spotlight for the last two years.

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The last 2 years I’ve been thrust into a spotlight after living a fairly normal life. Since then, I’ve been trying to learn how to navigate my life changes while also trying to cling to who I am. I used to think a platform would give me a voice, but in many ways a platform takes your voice. For someone like me it’s been paralyzing. I can overthink everything. It takes really thick skin to navigate constant drama, fake articles, nasty DMs & comments or rumors started by people who feel entitled to your personal life. It takes incredible mental strength to shrug off strangers who regularly criticize your character based on conclusions they drew while watching an edited tv show (I could say so much here). It can feel like an uphill battle. Sometimes I want to just say what I want & forget my sensitive side that strives to do the “right thing”, be calm & rational, be kind, think of others first etc.. I feel like saying: ok all you mother ffers hating on me for my breakup-please stop. It’s been an awful few months for ME trying to go thru it. I’m STILL going thru it. It’s hard enough w/out your know-it-all comments. You literally know nothing so go away. One minute I feel my rant above & the next I feel selfish thinking about myself when there are truly critical issues in the world right now: BLM, Covid, toxic politics, matters of life and death; social injustice. Kinda puts personal problems in perspective. Hence, the reason I decided (against advice) to cancel contracts & delete IG for 30 days. The break, tho short, was amazing. What did I do? I read a LOT, got a tattoo, caught up with friends, attended 2 protests, finished 60 HOURS OF SIMUCASE, re-evaluated my dreams and goals, went surfing, dyed my own hair, played my guitar, got out my sewing machine…lived in the moment. Life is short. We all have struggles to figure out. All we can do is the best we know in the moment so when we reflect, we don’t feel regret. Always be learning, always be growing. Ok, I’m done. A bit all over the place, but I’m forcing myself not to overthink. Thx to the majority of u who’ve been kind & sent concerned messages. It means more than u know ❤️ ily all (minus the trolls)

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“For someone like me, it’s been paralyzing,” Randolph said about being in the public eye. “I can overthink everything. It takes really thick skin to navigate constant drama, fake articles, nasty DMs & comments, or rumors started by people who feel entitled to your personal life. It takes incredible mental strength to shrug off strangers who regularly criticize your character based on conclusions they drew while watching an edited tv show (I could say so much here).”

She called out the haters by saying they know nothing about her breakup. Hopefully, she will quiet them for good when she spills the tea on The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever! on July 6, 2020.