Bachelor Colton Underwood's 'picky' grandma helps him find men on Tinder after reality star comes out as gay

THE Bachelor Colton Underwood's 'picky' grandmother helped him find men on Tinder after the reality star came out as gay.

Colton, 29, asked his grandma whether he should swipe left or right with his potential Tinder candidates. 

In the sweet Instagram video, his grammy told him to slow down from swiping so that she could make "a true assessment."

The two started laughing after his nan bluntly rejected his potentials for mostly being "too old" and because he "deserved the best."

Colton's nana realized why he was single but she did not want him "to settle" down.  

In his caption, Colton wrote that his bubbie told him: "I want someone to make you very happy.”  

The TV star added: "We all need a nana in our lives."

Back in May, the reality star came out as gay in an emotional interview on Good Morning America. 

Colton said: "This year has been a lot for a lot of people. It's probably made a lot of people look in the mirror and confront what they were running from.

"For me, I've run from myself for a long time, and I've hated myself for a long time. I'm gay. And I came to terms with that earlier this year.

Colton continued: "The next step in all of this was letting people know. I'm still nervous, it's been a journey for sure."

Colton's ex Cassie Randolph, 26, though reportedly learned of his sexuality while watching his interview on TV.

Their relationship became tumultuous when Cassie filed a restraining order and accused Colton of placing a tracking device on her car, in order to harass and stalk her.

Cassie later dropped the restraining order.

Recently, the Bachelor star ranted against what he deemed as an "inappropriate" question by a fan on Instagram.

A fan asked: "How many guys have you done things with?"

Colton wrote in a lengthy response: "Let me vent for a second.

"Questions like this are inappropriate. I understand you might know me from the bachelor where I shared a lot about my personal life.

"I have set boundaries and I'm respecting myself in a way that will lead me to a healthier life."

The former sports star added: "I never asked to be labeled as the virgin bachelor and have people feel the security to ask me questions about my sex life.

"It just happened and during that time I thought I had no other choice but to just go with it and or the network would be mad. I know differently now.

Colton concluded: "I'll share what I want and this won't be one of those things."

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