Chad Johnson is known as a villain who was on "#The Bachelorette" and also "Bachelor in Paradise." Now TV Guide is sharing that after his time on the E! show "#Famously Single" he might be a totally different man. You know if Chad is single he will probably be back on "Bachelor in Paradise" again this season. Dr. Darcy Sterling was the one giving him relationship advice on the show.
Chad's time on "Famously Single."
Chad is on the show with "Jersey Shore"'s Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills"' Dorothy Wang, plus of course a few other celebrities. This show doesn't focus on helping the stars find love, but instead, it focuses on trying to find out why they are so unlucky in love. It will help them to be better at finding a new relationship and making it last when they do. Some couples have happened from the show as well, though since everyone there is single.
Chad shared a bit about his thoughts on the show. He said, "I think for me especially, you don't go in trying to force something. It's starting with therapy ... and trying to find someone willing to work with me on what I needed to work on. I had a couple of breakthroughs... realizations that made me realize some things I do, why I do them." It does sound like #Chad Johnson could have changed a bit during this time.
The fans would love to see a new side of Chad. They want him to be a great guy who is ready for love and not the villain that he has been on the show. Chad has shared that he was going through a lot when he was on "Bachelor in Paradise" because his mom had just passed away. He does admit that he doesn't remember how much he drank while on the show, which causes a few people concern, but everyone will just have to wait and see how it all goes.
Are you surprised to hear that Chad Johnson is on "Famously Single"? Do you think that he will be a changed man after the show? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts. The new season of "Famously Single" will start airing on E! on July 9. This will be the second season of the show.