Rumors that Clare Crawley will be replaced by Tayshia Adams aren't being dismissed out of hand by the show's production company.
In the new version of the show, contestants would meet their potential partner's children, not the parents.
The show is getting ready to film its long-delayed season with Clare Crawley, the season’s star. Variety broke the news.
The hosts of “Here To Make Friends In Quarantine” — including Claire Fallon, back from maternity leave! — break down this week in “Bachelor” news, including still more Peter/Madi drama, the state of Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron’s relationship and Clare Crawley’s warning to her upcoming “Bachelorette” suitors. They also pick their frontrunners to win “Listen To Your Heart,” which has become a full-fledged singing competition show. Plus, listen to an excerpt of their exclusive interview with Kelz Dyke from Netflix’s “Too Hot To Handle.”
All the tears -- and all the crabs.
This season of The Bachelor is a wake-up call. We can all learn a lot from the quiet dignity that Sharleen displayed and her decision to extricate herself from a relationship when she sensed something wasn't right.
We can finally bid farewell to Juan Pablo, all-around a**hat and widely-regarded "worst Bachelor ever."
Andi "saw something." / She "felt it" with Juan Pablo. / Unclear what "it" is.