Colton Underwood and Lucy Hale Are Dating After His Breakup With Cassie Randolph

A quarantine surprise for you all: Colton Underwood and Lucy Hale are reportedly dating.

This Friday, TMZ posted a photo of the two on a hike together in Los Angeles, reporting that Hale reached out to Underwood shortly after his breakup with The Bachelor‘s Cassie Randolph. TMZ reports the two “have been seeing each other a lot” and have been on several “casual hike dates” over the past few weeks.

The news comes shortly after Us Weekly reported that Underwood was “moving on as much as he can” from his relationship with Randolph. A source told Us Weekly, “There is no chance that Colton and Cassie will get back together.”

The Bachelor couple confirmed the split in May, and at the time, each posted an explanation on Instagram. Randolph wrote: “Colton and I have broken up, but have decided to remain a part of each others lives. With all that we have gone through, we have a special bond that will always be there.” In his own post, Underwood said, “Sometimes people are just meant to be friends – and that’s okay.”

However, the breakup has been a bit more drama-filled since those posts. Earlier this month, Randolph went on The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons—Ever! to talk with host Chris Harrison and later said she was frustrated the show edited the interview to make it look like she only spoke out her relationship, when in reality, she hadn’t said much about it. Underwood then seemingly called Randolph out on Instagram, writing, “When our relationship ended, we agreed to handle things as privately as possible as we attempted to navigate our new relationship as friends. I chose to do that since we were living in this interim period, but obviously a lot changed this week.” Randolph then accused him of trying to “monetize” their breakup.

While we wait for Underwood and Hale to make their own Instagram posts about each other, I’ll just be here thinking about what it’d be like if the Pretty Little Liars went on The Bachelor

Madison is a staff writer at ELLE.com, covering news, politics, and culture.

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