Ever since "Bachelor" star Chris Soules was booted out from "Dancing with the Stars" earlier this week, rumours have been swirling around that he has no plans to return to Arlington, Iowa and initiate the process of settling down with his fiancée Whitney Bischoff.
Soon after his stint on the "Bachelor" where he found love with Bischoff, Soules rushed to join "Dancing with the Stars" and the newly engaged couple did not get time to focus on their relationship or plan their wedding.
In recent interviews, the two have also been evading the topic of setting a wedding date, saying their first priority is getting back to normal life. But new reports state that Soules has no intention of moving back to Iowa, as he has fallen in love with the glitz and glamour of Hollywood.
"Chris has become obsessed with living in Hollywood, and loves the fame he got from being on The Bachelor and on Dancing With The Stars," an insider told Radar Online. "His ego has grown out of control, and he now has a publicist, and manager! He would love to become known as a host for big events."
It is being speculated that Soules will lose his fiancée Bischoff as he continue to chase fame, and many believe Soules' relationship will mirror "Bachelorette" Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray's.
Although the two painted the picture of a happy couple, Dorfman and Murray too weren't in a rush to get married since their stint on the "Bachelor." Similar to what's now being reported of Soules, several sources noted at the time that Dorfman, too, was only keen on fame, and marriage was the last thing on her mind.
Dorfman later said the hesitancy to put down a wedding date was an eye-opener about the state of their relationship.
"We went to the [Bachelor] premiere and I think hearing people ask about wedding dates and even seeing the other happy couples and people planning weddings—we actually had to ask ourselves, why are we not planning a wedding? Let's be honest. Why is it that we don't have a date when people that were engaged after us have a date. For me, that trip was very eye-opening," she told "Bachelor" host Chris Harrison, according to Glamour.