Demi Burnett appeared on season 23 of The Bachelor and season 6 of Bachelor in Paradise. Now, on her podcast, “DemiGoddess,” the reality TV star and influencer is harnessing her true power to share hot takes on pop culture drama, relationships, sex, dating, and more.
She’ll also discuss why “the bar isn’t just on the floor for cis men, it’s subterranean.” In episodes, Demi will be joined with guests and friends from the reality TV world and beyond. Of course, no topic is off limits. Demi is getting real and not holding anything back in episodes.
Since April, the podcast has released new episodes running less than 80 minutes each. Start the series from the beginning to learn about Demi’s journey of self-discovery, newfound sobriety, her autism diagnosis, and answers to questions that fill her social profiles’ comment sections.
In the first episode, Demi talked to her producer, Clementine, about why she stopped drinking and how sobriety has impacted her life. Demi shared how she was diagnosed with autism and dispelled stereotypes. Later on, she was joined by her friends, Kirpa Sudick (The Bachelor) and Gaby Gasca. The two create fun cooking content together as Kirps and Gabs. They chatted about men, racism on The Bachelor franchise, influencing, and more.
Then, the friends shared thoughts on a variety of red flags in the “Recipe for Disaster” segment. Listeners can submit their own red flags to firstname.lastname@example.org to possibly be featured down the line.
Love Island UK and Ex On The Beach star Niall Aslam stopped by the second episode to talk about his autism diagnosis. Niall shared that he suffered from a psychotic break in 2018 during Love Island when the show did not accommodate his autism needs.
“DemiGoddess” is a refreshingly honest and unapologetic series. Tune in for new episodes presented by EVE wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.