- Clare Crawley and Dale Moss have reportedly been whisked away to a “private home.”
- The maybe-engaged maybe-couple (truly so much ????) will be staying there until The Bachelorette airs.
Truly never thought I’d be saying this but I cannot wait for Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette. Which will barely even be her season due to Bachelor Nation fave Tayshia Adams taking over as a result of Clare quitting the show to date contestant Dale Moss. Who she’s maybe engaged to? IDEK, there are a million rumors and reports, none of which have been verified, but are certainly all adding the the buzz surrounding this upcoming season.
On that note, let’s discuss a new report from OK! Magazine, who spoke to a “source” that told them that “Dale and Clare have been whisked away to a private home where they will stay until the show debuts. So far, everything is being kept a mystery. Which is why we haven’t seen or heard from Clare for weeks.”
On top of this, a source who happens to be a television executive tells OK! that ABC has made it clear to Clare that she needs to follow the show’s “rules” and stay silent about the relationship or risk her Bachelorette payday.
“The Bachelorette doesn’t mess about,” the source says. “When you sign up to be on the show, you sign your rights away to the network. If Clare wants to ever see any of the $250,000 fee she agreed to, she needs to play by ABC Rules. That means zip it.”
And on top of THAT, “It has been made perfectly clear that if either Clare or Dale want to be considered for Dancing with the Stars—which is the natural progression—or any other future with the network, they will do what they are told to do!”
Yikes, this is all so much!!!!
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