bachelorette for season 16 was supposed to be Clare Crawley, a well-known competitor during Juan Pablo Galavis’s season Bachelor who made it to two finals. However, just days after filming, Clare reportedly left the show after falling in love with contestant Dale Moss. Now, insiders say she will have to “zip” it and play by ABC rules if she wants to see her $ 250 fee.
Producers ‘The Bachelorette’ are trying to save the season
According to Life & Style, the 16th season of filming bachelorette has been quite difficult during the COVID-19 pandemic. But when Clare decided to leave the show after just 12 days she made things even worse.
The manufacturers reportedly replaced Clare with Bachelor in Paradise competitor Tayshia Adams, but an insider says the filming has been a big show.
“Manufacturers are trying to find a way to save this season of the year bachelorette now that Clare is out. “Everyone determined thinks it ‘s a big joke,” said one suicide. “Competitors do not know what is happening, manufacturers do not know what to do next … Guys do not know what to do, but they laugh, they feel like they have been beaten.”
Another source added that Clare “blinded” the crew with her sudden decision to leave filming after just 12 days. She reportedly “refused to leave her room” to film with the other contestants after falling in love with Dale.
Competitors remain positive despite the sudden shift
Now that Clare is reportedly engaged to Dale, Tayshia has taken over during the 16th season bachelorette. The insider explained that the plan is to “match” Tayshia with the remaining contestants left behind after Clare’s exit.
The remaining men are “just happy to have another chance at love,” says the source. The producers “like the element of surprise” that the key has given to the season. They also hope the drama will attract more viewers’ interest when bachelorette airs.
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This season will look completely different from what the fans are used to. Due to the pandemic, there will be no trips to exotic countries. Instead, the cast and crew are isolated at La Quinta Resort in La Quinta, California, and that’s where they’re shooting all season.
Before entering the shooting bubble, everyone in the caste and crew went into quarantine for ten days. They are also being tested every four days for COVID-19, so there are no rules for competitors when it comes to physical contact.
Clare Crawley can still get a six-figure payment from ‘The Bachelorette’
Despite the fact that she allegedly left the filming, Clare can still receive a payment from ABC. However, it must play by the rules of the network if this is to happen.
Thanks OK! The magazine, Clare and Dale are “naked” in a “private house”. They are required to stay there until season 16.
“So far, everything is being kept a mystery. Which is why we haven’t seen or heard from Clare for weeks,” the Insider explained. “When you sign up to be on the show, you sign your rights online. If Clare ever wants to see any $ 250,000 fee she agreed to, she has to play by ABC rules. That means let’s say him. “
The source added that ABC has made it clear to Clare whether she or Dale wants to be considered for her Dancing with the Stars – or any other upcoming ABC project – then they will do “what they were told”.
ABC has not yet announced the premiere date for the 16th season bachelorette.