Every Time the Word ‘Virgin’ Has Been Said on Colton Underwood’s Season of ‘The Bachelor’

While it may feel like the word “virgin” was said an infinite number of times during season 23 of The Bachelor, Us Weekly has done the impossible — and rounded up every mention of the word.

Colton Underwood revealed he was a virgin when he competed for Becca Kufrin’s heart during season 14 of The Bachelorette. After a stint on Bachelor in Paradise season 5, Colton was named the new series lead and his title as the Virgin Bachelor was born — a label first given to Sean Lowe, a born-again virgin, during season 17 in 2013.

Every Time the Word ‘Virgin’ Has Been Said on Colton Underwood’s Season of ‘The Bachelor’
Colton Underwood visits “Extra” at Universal Studios Hollywood on January 08, 2019 in Universal City, California. Noel Vasquez/Getty Images

“I think the virginity label is still going to be around, but it’s not going to be as prominent [after the show],” the 27-year-old former football player told Us last month. “I think people are going to continue to get a better understanding of who I am. I think you know, it is overplayed absolutely, but there are gonna be different aspects that you’re going to see of my personality and who I am.”

Watch the video above to find out exactly how many times the “v-word” was used during the season.

The two-night finale of The Bachelor airs on ABC Monday, March 11, and Tuesday, March 12, at 8 p.m. ET.

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