Colton Underwood is making up for a bunch of lost time after coming out of the closet.
On Sunday, the former Bachelor contestant hit the town with his new friend Gus Kenworthy. The two were spotted partying it up at a popular gay club in Colorado named Charlie’s.
The reality star was immediately recognized by the other clubgoers who snapped a bunch of photos of Underwood inside the club.
In the photos, Underwood, who had a drink in front of him the entire time, seemed nervous while texting on the phone all night. One fan shot a video of Underwood watching the club action from a VIP section with Kenworthy.
Last night, Underwood most likely took in the drag show The Deluxxe Edition hosted by Trixxie Deluxxe. The queen performs a weekly show on Sunday nights at the club. The venue touts, “There’s always a party right here at Charlie’s.”
Sources say Underwood was not filming his new Netflix show while at the club. As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the Bachelor star is currently filming a docu-series for the streamer with Kenworthy. The show already started filming but cameras did not follow Underwood last night.
He told Roberts, "I've ran from myself for a long time. I've hated myself for a long time. And I'm gay. And I came to terms with that earlier this year and have been processing it. And the next step in all of this was sort of letting people know.
He said, “I'm still nervous, but yeah. It's been a journey for sure."
In the days since coming out, Underwood has received a ton of support from past Bachelor contestants, celebrities, and fans. One person who wasn't too excited for him was Lance Bass.
The former NSYNC star appeared on a podcast where he trashed Underwood for appearing to "monetize" his coming-out experience. The formerly famous pop star tried to say the hate from coming from other members of the LGBTQ+ community but it seemed clear he felt the same way.
Bass's remarks also seemed a bit hypocritical given he capitalized on his own coming out in 2006.