But these days, the South Jersey native, current Washington resident, and psychotherapist has her own podcast, Let's Talk About it with Taylor Nolan. So, what else is Taylor Nolan doing now, and who is she dating? Keep reading.
Is Taylor Nolan single? The 'Bachelor' Nation star opens up about her love life.
Taylor recently spoke with Chris Harrison on The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever! and talked about her current relationship status after ending her engagement to Derek in 2018.
"Pretty single and safely mingling," she told the host.. "It's been a really interesting last kind of two and a half-ish years of experimenting, of exploring kind of what kind of a relationship I want to be in."
Taylor also revealed that she has been exploring "poly-type relationships," which is when a person is involved with more than one partner. She continued, "And love doesn't have to present itself in this fairy tale, heterosexual, non-monogamous dynamic. Like, it can look many different ways... If you're hot, you're hot."
In July, Taylor opened up in an Instagram Q&A, where she shared with her 248k followers that she is pansexual. "If I find you attractive, I find you attractive," she said. "It doesn't matter if you're a man, if you're a woman, if you're trans, if you're non-binary, I really don't care what you identify as."
What is Taylor Nolan doing now?
Nowadays, Taylor has been hard at work on her podcast, Let's Talk About it with Taylor Nolan, where she gets candid with various celebrity guests and experts, focusing on mental health, relationships, and personal development.
As a psychologist, counselor, and, of course, reality star, Taylor offers a unique perspective when it comes to chatting with other celebrity personalities.
Following her interview with the infamous ABC host, Taylor took to social media and shared a message about the person she is today.
"It’s 4 yrs later and while I’m certainly stronger and more comfortable in my being now than I was then...I’m still always learning. Learning and figuring out what it is to be in and create a relationship that is monogamous or consensually non-monogamous or monogamish."
She added, "Learning to be embracing and accepting of experiencing sexual attraction to people when I think they’re hot, and not just limiting attraction based on gender (but yes I do still love me a good beard lol). Learning to be a constant student of life, where I’ll be wrong and I’ll be right and I’ll struggle and I’ll grow....cause that’s what it’s all about, isn’t it? Thanks for your support through all the unconventional and sometimes wild things I do, I appreciate you being here."