‘The Bachelor’ 2016 Spoilers: New Season Star Ben Higgins Already Dating Tenley Molzahn

By Akul Sharma | 2 years ago
‘The Bachelor’ 2016 Spoilers: New Season Star Ben Higgins Already Dating Tenley Molzahn

“The Bachelor” 2016 star Ben Higgins is apparently already dating someone. It was announced recently that Kaitlyn Bristowe’s ex Ben Higgins is set to be the next Bachelor on ABC’s show. It generated quite a buzz until it was disovered that Ben has a girlfriend.

According to Realtytoday.com, Higgins has been dating Tenley Molzhan who is a “Bachelor In Paradise” star. Tenley was a part of “The Bachelor” season 14 and has been in different editions. She met Ben through the show and both of them have had a close relationship from that time.

But that is entirely against the concept of the show. The two are taking a break from their relationship just so that Ben can be on the “The Bachelor?” It is ethically incorrect to be on a show whose whole concept is finding love when you have already found your love. It’s just a waste of time and feelings for the women who will appear on the show.

Last few seasons of “The Bachelor” have failed to impress and judging by the build up to this season, we think it will meet the same fate. The season which had Nick Viall and Kaitlyn Bristowe was also amidst controversies when he joined the show pretty late and eventually it was revealed that they knew each other before the show. A similar thing could unfold for the Ben Higgins season too.

Ben Higgins, 27,  is a software salesman from Denver and he has also put his software selling career on a hold to star on the show and apparently has cut off romance with Tenley Molzahn.

But anyway things are not looking good for “The Bachelor” and to get the show back on track they really need to make decisions based on better judgments.

About the author

Akul Sharma is a freelance writer who is a movie buff to an extent that he remembers less about his childhood and more about the movies he has watched. He is currently writing his own novella based on existentialism.