Colton Underwood Shares New Thirst Traps from Hawaii

Sunday September 5, 2021
Originally published on September 3, 2021

Earlier this week, Colton Underwood was seen kissing an unknown man in Hawaii. The man was later identified as politico Jordan C. Brown. "Jordan C. Brown is a seasoned political strategist working at the intersection of politics, technology, and entertainment to drive progressive social change," reads his LinkedIn profile. "As the founder of One Blue Hill, he partners with high-profile celebrities, business leaders, and elected officials to achieve innovative advocacy and philanthropic goals."


Underwood updated his IG with additional pics, though none of Brown. In one of the three snaps in one post, Underwood is seen in a thirst trap of himself coming out of a swimming pool, to which he writes: "This seat is saved for you. I'll be here with my margaritas." Taking him up on the offer, out actor Johnny Sibirry (cast this week in the "Queer as Folk" reboot) quipped, "yes margs!"

In a second pic, Underwood is seen sliding down a handrail, and in the third photo he has his hand over his face while sitting at a bar. Underwood and Brown are staying at The Four Seasons in Maui, which was used as the location in HBO Max's summer hit "The White Lotus."


He also posted a second IG photo of himself shirtless and drinking coffee in front of a spectacular tropical vista. "The coffee is really good here, same with the views" he wrote.

On his IG Stories, he posted pics of having dinner at Ferraro's Bar e Ristorante at Wailea. In one pic, Underwood is seen picking up a piece of pizza with the words "PURE JOY," written over it. The second features a martini and another cocktail with the word "CHEERS." A third IG Stories pic has Underwood standing in a corridor with the word "HI." Brown is in none of the pics.

It is unknown as to the exact nature of the pair's relationship. Us Weekly wrote "Before meeting Brown, the reality star told Good Morning America that he'd 'never allowed' himself to have an 'emotional connection' with a man."

The former 'Bachelor" came out last April on "Good Morning America." It was announced soon after that he would be featured in a Netflix reality series about his coming out experience that will feature out Olympian Gus Kenworthy as his mentor.