Hard pass. Demi Burnett has no plans of returning to Bachelor in Paradise after her two stints on the spinoff series.“I cannot go on Bachelor in Paradise again.
No,” the 27-year-old reality star exclusively told Us Weekly on Thursday, May 12, while attending the Rolling Stone x Meta Creators Issue Event at the Hearst Estate in Beverly Hills. “Also, I’m way out of their league.”The Texas native, who first appeared on season 23 of The Bachelor in 2019, revealed that she would, however, “of course” do her own spinoff show.“I have a podcast going on, and so on my podcast, I feel like I get to make my own show out of it a little bit,” she explained.Burnett made waves during season 7 of BiP, which aired in August 2021, after she pursued Kenny Braasch.
At the time, he and now-fiancée Mari Pepin-Solis had paused exploring their romantic relationship. A few weeks later, Burnett was sent home during a September 2021 episode.The dramatic season, however, wasn’t the only time Burnett ventured to Mexico to try her hand at love on BiP.
The former “Big Demi Energy” podcast host previously starred on season 6 of the spinoff series, which aired in summer of 2019.Burnett turned heads on season 6 when she came out publicly as bisexual after her ex-girlfriend Kristian Haggerty showed up in Mexico to try and fix their relationship.Read more on usmagazine.com