Bachelorette's Michael Allio posts & deletes x-rated comment under Katie Thurston's lingerie photo despite quitting show
BACHELORETTE star Michael Allio posted an x-rated comment under a raunchy photo of Katie Thurston posing in lingerie.
The 36-year-old has been leaving flirty remarks on Katie's snaps – despite quitting the ABC show last week.
Michael took a particular liking to a photo of Katie wearing a black lace bra and pants while reclining on a bed.
"Can't say what I'd like to…." the father-of-one wrote alongside flame and shocked face emojis – before quickly deleting the comment.
He also shared his appreciation for a shot of the Bachelorette wearing a silky green dress while sitting on a chair with her legs crossed.
"Green is your color, am I right people? Whoa," Michael penned and added a shocked face emoji.
Frontrunner Michael tearfully bid farewell to Katie to be with his four-year-old son James after they had a heartbreaking phone call.
He was visibly distraught while telling James on the phone: "I miss you like crazy, buddy."
His son could then be heard saying: "Maybe Daddy don't want to see me."
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Recalling the devastating conversation in a chat with People, Michael said: "When your child says that, you answer the call…
"I think a lot of single parents probably have to deal with the fact that when they're pursuing their own happiness, it does take a little bit from the time they're spending with their child."
He added: "It was obviously a really difficult decision [to leave the show], but as a parent, it was black and white.
"It's a constant balancing act that's happening. But I would do it all over again and make the same decisions."
Michael is raising James on his own following the tragic death of his wife Laura Ritter-Allio, who passed away from cancer in 2019 at the age of 33.
Laura garnered a supportive following through sharing her cancer journey on Facebook.
Michael also shut down any speculation that he might be the next Bachelor – despite fans begging for him to take up the mantle.
He told People: "I literally just got my heart broken on TV, so I am trying to mend those wings.
"And I have to think about what it would be like to get engaged in and introduce someone to my son in such a quick timeframe. I'm not sold on the idea!"
He added: "I do think love is totally out there for me. I'm getting a lot of messages from people who are resonating with my story and my message to any widower is that they can find it, too. It is possible – and they are worth it."
Despite Michael's reluctance to be the Bachelor, a recent ABC casting call appeared to drop a hint that he is in the running.
The ad specifically called for "bachelorettes, single moms and divorcees," leading many to presume the widower would be the next leading man.
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