Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Trista Sutter Explains Why ‘The Bachelorette’ Has More Success Than ‘The Bachelor’Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Trista Sutter Explains Why ‘The Bachelorette’ Has More Success Than ‘The Bachelor’

By Diana Iscenko

In the latest celebrity news, Trista Sutter, the first Bachelorette, revealed why The Bachelor has less success than its female-led spin-off. On a recent episode of’s “Here For the Right Reasons” podcast, Sutter explained why “women do it better.” The reality TV star claims a season’s success is based on how well it was cast and how open the lead is to finding love on the show. Sutter also acknowledges how easy it is to “get caught up in the lust factor.” In the franchise’s history, six Bachelorettes are still with their season’s winner, while only one Bachelor is married to his season’s winner. Several Bachelors have ended up with someone from their season after proposing to someone else.

In celebrity news, Trista Sutter opens up about why The Bachelorette has more success stories than The Bachelor. What are some ways to tell the difference between lust and love?

Cupid’s Advice:

The start of a new relationship is exciting! It’s easy to get swept up with a new partner, but are you excited for the right reasons? If you’re not sure if you’re in love or in lust, Cupid has some advice for you.

1. You enjoy talking to them: Anyone in a new relationship will want to see their partner, but talking over the phone consistently might show that there’s a deeper level of connection. If you only talk to your new partner while seeing them in person, love may be taking a backseat to lust.

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2. You accept their flaws: Lust often loses interest when you discover your partner’s flaws. If your feelings toward your partner are genuine, it’ll be easier to accept their flaws and continue to like them despite their more negative qualities.

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3. You’re excited about the future: Your excitement should go past the next time you’ll see your new partner. You should also be excited for them to meet the other people in your life and to reach relationship milestones with them. If you’re excited for what your future relationship will hold, you’re likely in love, not lust.

How do you navigate love and lust in a new relationship? Start a conversation in the comments below!