The current Bachelor is addressing concerns about his health after fans noticed his yellow eyes and took to social media expressing worry.

Joey Graziadei, the current star of the ABC show, took to TikTok to explain that the discoloration is due to Gilbert syndrome, an inherited genetic condition.

"I want to jump on here really quick and talk about something that I'm seeing a lot of comments about, which is Joey's yellow eyes," he starts the video.

Graziadei then goes on to share the backstory, explaining, "I have to go all the way back to when I was in high school. I was sick for about a week and a half, and my mom thought it'd be a good idea to go to the doctor." He continues, "When I went to the doctor, I had bloodwork done, and the bloodwork showed that my bilirubin count was very high."

The elevated bilirubin levels suggested a potential issue with his liver, and after further medical examinations, including an ultrasound and consultations with other doctors, he received the diagnosis of Gilbert syndrome.


Joey’s Yellow Eyes? It’s called Gilbert Syndrome

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"They found out that there was nothing that was necessarily wrong like hepatitis," he assured, adding, "at the end of the day, I am told that I am healthy."

Graziadei explained that the whites of his eyes may sometimes appear jaundiced or more yellow due to the condition. He mentioned that it tends to affect him more when he is fatigued.

"I am healthy. It's just something that I have to pay attention to drinking more fluids is worse when I have stress or lack of sleep, which happens on a TV show," he concluded. "And I do appreciate everyone looking out for me and wondering if I'm okay, but to my knowledge, I'm as okay as that can be and I will continue to look at it."

According to the Mayo Clinic, Gilbert syndrome is a common and harmless liver condition caused by a modified gene inherited from parents.

"This gene usually controls an enzyme that helps break down bilirubin in your liver," reads the Mayo Clinic website. "When you have an ineffective gene, your blood contains excess amounts of bilirubin because your body doesn’t produce enough of the enzyme."

Graziadei initially joined the "Bachelor" universe as a contestant on Charity Lawson’s season of "The Bachelorette."

"The Bachelor" is broadcast on Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. The upcoming episode, scheduled for March 4, will showcase the tennis pro and the four remaining female contestants as they embark on a visit to their hometowns to meet their families.