Bachelorette Twist: Look Back at Clare Crawley's Journey to Find Love

Bachelorette Twist: Look Back at Clare Crawley's Journey to Find Love

Bachelorette Twist: Look Back at Clare Crawley's Journey to Find Love

Unclear, but the show has a history of bringing back former Bachelorettes for advice sessions, so it's possible that she's arrived to either impart some words of wisdom to Clare Crawley re: her lightning speed potential engagement or to welcome new Bachelorette Tayshia Adams. And if the rumors circulating around Bachelor Nation are true, there might be a good reason for that.

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It's nearly time for the new season of The Bachelorette. But filming was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and over the weekend, reports began to surface that a recast was in the works after Crawley fell in love with a contestant and refused to continue filming. While ABC hasn't confirmed any of this, Entertainment Tonight reporter Lauren Zima (who happens to be Chris Harrison's girlfriend) fully did, so things seem pretty official.

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Someone from the production told Variety that this season is "shaping up to be a very interesting season creatively with lots of twists and turns". "Clare will then conclude her journey and announce that Tayshia is the lead".

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