- Clare Crawley has potentially quit The Bachelorette after falling for contestant Dale Moss and refusing to film.
- There’s a rumor that ABC has re-cast the show with Tayshia Adams.
- Fans think producer Julie LaPlaca’s Instagram comment proves Tayshia is, in fact, the new lead.
Hello, remember Bachelor producer Julie LaPlaca? Who everyone was convinced was secretly dating Peter Weber? Yeah, well fans think her recent Instagram comment is proof that ABC has re-cast The Bachelorette with Tayshia Adams.
In case you’re response to that paragraph is WAIT WHAT, here’s a quick refresher: there’s a rumor circulating the internet that Clare Crawley immediately fell for contestant Dale Moss, and basically quit the show becuase she didn’t want to film with other men. Apparently producers were left scrambling, and Reality Steve recently confirmed that Tayshia is on set of the show—indicating that she’s likely the new Bachelorette. All very exciting—just keep in mind that ABC has literally confirmed none of this.
How-ev-er, Tayshia hopped on Instagram a few days ago to post this photo of her shadow…
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And Julie LaPlaca went ahead and commented on it with a string of heart and fire emojis, while the official Bachelor Nation Instagram account responded with the raising hands emoji. Naturally fans think this is proof that Tayshia is, in fact, the new Bachelorette. At least based on comments like “WE SEE YOU PRODUCERS” and “IT’S HAPPENING.”
Honestly so ready for Tayshia to be Bachelorette, so here’s to hoping these rumors are true!
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