Life lessons learned the hard way, right? Tia Booth made an unexpected appearance during The Bachelor on February 11 and threw a little shade at her exes Colton Underwood and Arie Luyendyk Jr. in the process. The reality star made it clear that she now knows what she doesn’t want in a partner and is able to laugh at her unusual dating history. Watch the video above to see the commercial and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

During a commercial promoting Isn’t It Romantic, actor Adam Devine starred in a spoof of the dating show when the Arkansas native appeared on the screen as a hopeful “contestant” vying for his heart. “Can I steal you for a second?” the 27-year-old coyly asked. Already, it was a very accurate portrayal of the show.

Hilariously her job title was “Dream Sequence Personality,” which the Workaholics comedian quickly pointed out isn’t a real career. Um, there’s been weirder on the real-life show. “So, people say don’t date actors but I’m open to love with anyone except racecar drivers … oh, and football players,” the starlet admitted.

Obviously, her football player ex-boyfriend is on his own journey to find love as this season’s leading man. The two had a tumultuous run during Bachelor in Paradise but they still remain friends. She even posted a good luck message on Instagram before his journey kicked off.

As for the racecar driver she’s referring to, that’s none other than former Bachelor Arie. The brunette beauty made it to the final four of his season but was sent packing after hometowns. Considering he’s now married to Lauren Burnham, who he met on the show, and they are expecting their first child together, it’s safe to say there’s probably no bad blood with the 37-year-old.

The reality star actually has a new man in her life named Cory Cooper. The two seem absolutely smitten with each other on social media and it’s great to see Tia look so happy.

Not a racecar driver or football player in sight!

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