Susie Evans caught Clayton Echard‘s heart on his season of “The Bachelor.” The two moved in together in Virginia Beach not long after the show aired, however, the two quickly realized they were in different places in their lives and were not one another’s match. They announced their split in September 2022.
Now, the “Bachelor” alum is revealing if she would go back onto reality television.
Would Susie Evans Go Onto “Bachelor In Paradise?”
Susie Evans hosted a Q&A on her Instagram recently, where one of her followers asked if she would ever be open to appearing on “Bachelor In Paradise” now that she is no longer dating Echard.
“Maybe if I’m not happily married by then,” she said before quickly adding, “Joking! I’m not sure, it would be a lot of work for me to get my weddings covered as a videographer. I’d have to have a mega crush on someone to even consider it.”
Another fan then asked Evans what she looks for in a partner, to which she said, “Just someone who can keep me in focus in a photo. Joking. Someone who is loyal, kind, funny, creative, has a strong moral compass, and is a good leader. Low key I’m tired of doing everything for myself these days.”
She added, “I want someone who has it together, will offer to get the car when it’s raining, and is a gentleman. I want someone who knows I’m strong and independent AF, but also wants to consider and care for me, so sometimes I can just live and not survive.”
Clayton Echard and Susie Evans Announce Split
Clayton Echard and Susie Evans announced their split in a joint statement on Instagram a few months ago.
“With incredibly heavy hearts, we wanted to share that we have decided to go our separate ways. For anyone who has ever loved, knows this was a painful decision to make and not one taken lightly,” they said.
“We understand that there will likely be a lot of questions about this decision — social media is definitely a highlight reel and much of our experiences together we have kept private as I’m sure most can understand. But we will share this — although this last year together has brought us so much joy and so many laughs, there has also been a significant amount of pain,” they continued in their statement before adding, “We know no healthy relationship comes without its struggles, but we’ve realized that we were not prepared for the external forces that hindered our ability to not only heal as individuals but also as a couple.”
The two said that they are “focused on continuing to work on ourselves, so we can be the best version of ourselves” moving into the future.
“This is not an easy time for either of us, but we stand in support of each other and hope to see the other go on to find happiness and healing,” they said.