“Going into Winter Games, I feel like I had this stigma where people were like, ‘Oh, Dean? F–k that guy,'” Unglert told InStyle. “So for me, it was a matter of just showing that I’ve learned from the mistakes that I’ve made in my dating history and just kind of continuing to learn.”
“I didn’t learn a lot on The Bachelorette–it was Bachelor in Paradise where I learned,” he said. “I think what I did well on The Bachelorette was communicate, and I really focused in on what I wanted. But on Bachelor in Paradise, I was a little more lackadaisical, I guess. I didn’t communicate clearly enough, and that was kind of my Achilles heel. Over the past six months or so, I’ve learned that communication is much more important than I ever thought it was–so Winter Games will hopefully be a reflection of that.”
As reported previously, Unglert seems to have found what he’s looking for in Bachelor Winter Games. He was spotted with Bachelor season 17 contestant Lesley Murphy, who also participating in Bachelor Winter Games, at a Chase Sapphire on Main party at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah last month.
Bachelor Winter Games premieres February 13 at 8/7c on ABC.
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