Amanda Stanton Says She's Not Planning On Coming Back To Bachelor In Paradise - Here's Why!

Amanda Stanton Says She's Not Planning On Coming Back To Bachelor In Paradise - Here's Why!
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It sounds like she’s had enough! Amanda Stanton insisted that she has no intention of coming back to Bachelor in Paradise for a third time.

As fans know, she was part of seasons three and four and, in both cases, the relationships with the ones she ended up did not last.

While chatting with ET, Amanda made it very clear that the third time will definitely not be the charm since she is not planning on going back on The Bachelor spin-off show!

‘I would never go back to [Bachelor in] Paradise. It is so much better being on the other side of TV, and not being a part of the drama, because it's very stressful. That is why I feel for Blake [Horstmann], because I was stressed when I was involved in all the drama on the show,’ she told the news outlet.

Amanda and Josh Murray got engaged while on the show back in 2016 but only a year later they were over.

She went back on the show the following summer and started her love story with Robby Hayes but that lasted even less – only months.

At the beginning of 2018, Amanda started dating Bobby Jacobs but this April, only a bit over a year after, they also split so it seems like the blogger doesn’t have very much luck when it comes to love.

The latest split was actually quite a shock for her followers since she and Bobby had just recently moved in together.

Now, Amanda is opening up about her romance with Jacobs but also with Murray and Hayes in her upcoming tell-all titled ‘Now Accepting Roses: Finding Myself While Searching for the One... and Other Lessons I Learned from The Bachelor.’

When asked what led to her split from Jacobs, she explained that ‘We have different views on life. I like to plan ahead for my future, and he is one of those people who likes to live in the moment. There is nothing bad to say about Bobby and I's relationship.’


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