The upcoming season of ‘The Bachelorette’ might turn out to be its most dramatic season ever, if the rumours surrounding the show’s leading lady, Clare Crawley, turns out to be true. Rumour has it that ABC is considering replacing Clare Crawley as the Bachelorette amid recent drama in her first two weeks of filming. A source close to the show has revealed that the producers already have Tayshia Adams on deck.
If true, it appears that something has happened during the production and Crawley, for some unknown reason, has quit the show. And instead of cancelling the cycle altogether, producers have called in former Bachelor in Paradise alum Tayshia Adams to take her place.
Typically a rumour is never believed too much, but after Reality Steve’s tweet, Bachelor Nation fans are all ears. Check out his tweet here:
There’s a lot to take in here that I don’t have answers to yet (assuming this is true), but I will report back when I hear/know more.
— RealitySteve (@RealitySteve) July 31, 2020
Production is hoping that none of the suitors backs out after Tayshia Adam steps in because the lengthy casting process and new Coronavirus safety protocols will further delay the filming which is already running late. An insider from the show quotes, “Execs hope the guys will still want to participate with the 29-year-old potential replacement because it took them time to test them all for COVID and they’ve already been quarantined at the resort for 14 days.”
With whatever we understand, producers of the show are in a deep mess and are frantically trying to figure what to do so that they do not have to start filming all over again. It sounds like bringing in an already beloved member of Bachelor Nation would be their best bet. Since Matt James is already confirmed to be the next Bachelor, which should premiere in January, time is ticking to film Bachelorette.
Are you happy with Tayshia Adams stepping in Clare Crawley’s shoes?