Bachelor Clayton Echard admits he had sex & fell in love with BOTH top two finalists during explosive season trailer

BACHELOR star Clayton Echard admits in an explosive teaser trailer for the upcoming season that he had sex and fell in love with BOTH top two finalists.

The trailer, shared by fan Instagram account @bachelornation.scoop, spans throughout the season, showing the star on various dates and kissing several women.

At one point, he confesses to someone that he's "falling in love with" her before telling another woman: "I love you."

The trailer concludes with Clayton opening up to his finalists – whom you can find out more about here – confessing: "I want to be fully, fully transparent and I know it's not easy to hear, but I was intimate with both of you."

Both women are then shown storming off and crying.

In a confessional interview, Clayton says: "I'm so broken" through tears.

Clayton's season of The Bachelor was marred by controversy before it even began.

The reality star originally appeared as a contestant on Michelle Young's season of The Bachelorette.

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He was announced as The Bachelor in September, well before he was sent home by Michelle Young.

Clayton, an NFL player, broke down in tears as he was sent home in the middle of a one-on-one date.

Fans called him "fake" and "dull," with one writing on Instagram: "This obvious attempt to play up Clayton left me nauseous the entire episode. Boring as hell and so contrived."

Several viewers compared him to Colton Underwood, and not in a nice way.

While fans didn't like him, insiders told Us Weekly at the time: "Clayton stood out right off the bat.

"Producers ended up going with him because they believed he was the best fit for the role.

"They wanted to switch things up and go with someone new and someone who hasn't been in the spotlight yet."


Clayton hails from Eureka, Missouri.

He played football for the Missouri Tigers in 2012 and was drafted by the NFL four years later.

In 2016 he was signed to the Seattle Seahawks.

He left the NFL, however, and worked in orthopedic sales before making his reality show debut.

Clayton began filming The Bachelor before the season of The Bachelorette on which he appeared aired.

E! News spotted him filming in mid-September.

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