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Reality Steve Revealed Tayshia’s ‘Bachelorette’ Winner & There’s a Huge Twist in Store

Bachelor Nation wants to know: Who is the Bachelorette 2020 winner for Tayshia‘s season? Ever since news broke that Tayshia Adams replaced Clare Crawley as the lead of season 15 of The Bachelorette, fans have been desperate to know if Tayshia is engaged and has found love like Clare. (Spoilers ahead.)

But before we dive into Tayshia’s rumored winner, let’s explain what this Bachelorette season will look like. In March, Clare, the runner-up on Juan Pablo Galavis’ season of The Bachelor in 2013, was announced as the season 15 Bachelorette. Though her season was set to start filming that month, production was pushed back because of the current health crisis. ABC restarted production of The Bachelorette in July. Unlike previous Bachelorette seasons, season 15 was filmed in quarantine at resort in La Quinta, California (not the Bachelor Mansion). Midway through production, however (again—spoilers), Clare fell in love with one of her contestants and got engaged to him. (Click here for what we know about Clare’s Bachelorette 2020 winner and the drama around them.) Given that Clare decided on her winner before the finale and was ready to leave the Bachelorette set with him, ABC had to rush to find a new lead. And that’s where Tayshia, a runner-up on Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor in 2019, came in. Tayshia replaced Clare as the new Bachelorette in August, and her season finished filming in September. As for who’s Tayshia’s Bachelorette 2020 winner, well, we won’t know for sure until her finale airs on ABC. But that hasn’t stopped Bachelor Nation from having their theories.

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Zac C: The Bachelorette 2020

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Reality Steve revealed on his Instagram in November 2020 that Tayshia’s final four are Zac Clark, Brendan Morais, Ben Smith and Ivan Hall. Tayshia chose Zac as her winner. According to Reality Steve, Tayshia chose Zac because he opened up to her the most and felt the most confident in their relationship, as he was one of the few men who told her that he loves her. Per the site, Tayshia and Zac are also engaged and still together. Reality Steve also reports that Zac was the only contestant at Tayshia’s final rose ceremony. She sent home her runner-up, Ben, after both Zac and Ben met her family. (Ben came back to the competition in the final three after he was eliminated during Hometown Dates.)

Though Tayshia gave her final rose to Zac, Reality Steve reports that Brendan’s elimination left her “distraught.” Brendan, who finalized his divorce a year before The Bachelorette, left sometime in the final three or two Brendan was also the only finalist who didn’t have his parents there for Hometown Dates. Brendan’s recent divorce was the reason he left the show, as he wasn’t ready for an engagement or another serious relationship yet.

According to the site, Brendan was who Tayshia wanted to give her final rose two and she was “distraught” when he left the show. Though Zac and Tayshia are still together, Reality Steve has doubts that they’ll stay together, as he’s had sources tell him they aren’t together or they’re not going to last. Per Reality Steve’s sources, those close to Tayshia and Zac have doubts that their relationship will work, as Tayshia lives in Los Angeles and Zac lives in New York.

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  • Tayshia Adams and her journey as The Bachelorette is winding down with only the Finale episode left.
  • Tayshia shared an emotional update on Instagram, calling the end "bittersweet," "challenging," and a "rollercoaster."
  • Here are all the spoilers from Reality Steve you need to get ahead of The Bachelorette and learn who Tayshia chooses and if they're still together.

The Bachelorette season 16 finale is this tonight, and I can hardly contain my excitement. Meanwhile, Tayshia Adams is mulling over her toughest choices yet. The end of her journey to find love is supposed to be messy, and there are brand-new spoilers to back that up. (Grab that hand sanitizer, folks.)

Tayshia's season has had plenty of controversy and refreshingly sweet moments during her speedy journey. Reality Steve, who is a spoiler legend, just switched up his finale prediction and shared which suitors reappear and what happens after the cameras stopped rolling. No special Clare-ence needed, but "brace yourselves" for what's to come.

ICYDK, Reality Steve has spoiled the ending of The Bachelor,The Bachelorette, and its various spinoffs for years. His spoilers are spot-on basically every. single. time. (Noteworthy exception: He didn't pinpoint Bachelor Peter Weber's chosen co-pilot until the end of the season, but the pilot didn't either.)

So, what exactly is going down now that Tayshia has taken the reins? And did she find love—or not? Allow me to fill in the blanks RN.

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD. Do not keep reading if you don’t want to know what happens during Tayshia's journey to find love on Season 16 of The Bachelorette before it airs on ABC!

Tayshia's The Bachelorette finale is tonight.

Reality Steve says she will whittle her remaining three suitors to one tonight Dec. 22. "Clearly the format is being thrown completely out of whack this season, so I gotta believe it’ll be sped along a bit faster," he wrote in a recent blog post.

Tune in tonight, Dec. 22 at 8 p.m. Eastern for the finale. But, don't expect an update from After The Final Rose. Reality Steve says that's not happening tonight.

"I don’t even know if they’ll have a taped update on how things are going. You’ll know if they do if her final rose ceremony happens to end at 90 mins or 105 mins into the finale, since then they’ll have time on the back end to show filmed footage of what’s been going on since. If the end of the episode and the final rose ceremony happens at the end of the episode like it normally would, then know we’re not getting any taped update. Unless it’s really, really short."

Does Ben Smith return?

If you were screaming at your TV when Tayshia told Ben Smith farewell, there is real hope. Ben finally shared those three, er five, words: "I've never felt this feeling, but I'm in love with you." Then, Tayshia promptly freaked out.

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And, Ben does get to meet Tayshia's parents in the finale. In a totally unexpected twist, Tayshia gives roses to Ben and Zac, eliminating Ivan Hall.

Reality Steve tweeted multiple new finale spoilers: "Tayshia sends Ivan home at the final 3 rose ceremony tonight, making Ben and Zac her final 2"

"Had a hard time believing she’d keep Ben over Ivan, only to eliminate him just days later, but that’s what she did. Ben and Zac both meet her family. She eliminates Ben after the family meeting. Zac is the only one who is there final rose ceremony day."

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And Tayshia says the ending is "bittersweet" and "challenging."

Tayshia reflected on her final weeks as The Bachelorette in a lengthy Instagram post. "I’ll have to be the first one to admit that this whole reality tv thing isn’t easy. Being only human, sometimes all of this is taxing. The last couple weeks have been a rollercoaster to say the least!," Tayshia wrote in the caption of a new post.

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She continued: "Watching the last few episodes, I’ve been reliving so much of what made this experience challenging... It's crazy to think the end is near, but I am excited for you to see where my heart leads me. While bittersweet, I know this is just the end of one chapter, and I can't wait to see where life takes me next."

Tayshia's dad is none-too happy with one of her choices.

Tayshia's dad also makes an appearance. In the teasers, he appears hesitant at best about her selection. "Why him?" he asks his daughter. "As your father, it’s my job to protect you from making possibly the biggest mistake of your life."

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Thanks to Reality Steve's spoilers, fans know his questions are directed at either Ben or Zac.

Does Tayshia's ex-husband Josh Bourelle drop by?

Josh may have appeared on Reality Steve's podcast, but he's not paying Tayshia a visit this season. Repeat after me: no more surprise pop-ins.

Chris Harrison, Tayshia, and Reality Steve squashed the closed caption-fueled TikTok rumor. The spoiler king explained: "her ex-husband has nothing to do with this season. "

And Chris backed it up with proof: "We have a transcript that goes along. But our transcripts, I looked at it. I actually did the research. I’m like, 'What is this?' And I don’t know where it came from. It wasn’t us," Chris told Us Weekly. "It’s not on our transcript. Every local cable company can do their own and implement their own transcript. So clearly, it came from somewhere out in the world, but it had zero to do with us. …His name was never uttered by us. We didn’t talk about them. I don’t know anything about this.”

FYI: Josh Bourelle filed for divorce in October 2017 after less than 2 years of marriage and spoke out about it recently. He owns a commercial roofing business, which has a public Instagram account.

Still, the rest of Tayshia's journey is "messy."

The details are still fuzzy, but Reality Steve is certain that the rest of The Bachelorette is oh so dramatic per a new blog post. "I think we’re in for a wild ride with Tayshia... But “messy” was the word I heard from the beginning, and I think it’s definitely headed towards that."

"I’ve just been told repeatedly the ending of her season was 'messy' and full of drama," Reality Steve says. "So do with that what you will."

So, who does The Bachelorette choose? And who wins Tayshia's final rose?

Last night, fans saw Tayshia declare her love for more than one suitor. Reality Steve says Tayshia picks Zac Clark after eliminating everyone else. "I was told Zac C. was the one who opened up to her the most and professed his love... so ultimately she picked Zac," Steve wrote in a blog post.

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He has no doubts that Zac is the winner, per a new blog post: "I think after watching last night’s episode a few things are pretty clear: 1) it’s definitely Zac and 2) I’d be really shocked if she didn’t get engaged at the end of this thing. So that bit info was probably wrong. Tayshia has said the word husband and engaged so many times the last few episodes, it really makes no sense to get to the end and NOT have that. Hell, that’s only happened twice in the last almost 30 or so seasons – Juan Pablo and Colton’s. I just don’t see that happening here."

Reality Steve shared more of his evidence to back it up: "As for the info I presented last week where I told you I was told by two different people that Tayshia had ended things with Zac and was talking to Brendan post show. Good thing I didn’t report that as fact. Was always leery about that info and it’s why I said last week I have no idea if it was true or not. Well, now we know it’s not true since Brendan went on Rachel and Becca’s podcast today and specifically said he has not spoken to Tayshia since the season ended filming because he respects her too much. So now that that rumor has been proven to be false, it all points to Zac and Tayshia in the end and they are still together."

FWIW, he shared her front-runners, Ben Smith, Zac Clark, Brendan Morais, and Ivan Hall early on and that was spot on. "I’d be shocked if Ben meets her parents and gets to final 2, but who knows? And I know she doesn’t pick Ivan," per Reality Steve.

Tayshia says she's "fkn THRIVING."

She celebrated her big 3-o with a cute photo on the 'gram. "I am 30, I am definitely flirty, And I’m fkn THRIVING!!!"

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That caught Bachelor Nation's attention, big time. Lauren Zima (Chris Harrison's GF) commented: "Can’t wait to watch you thrive babe! ❤️👏 Happy birthday 🔥."

Former Bachelor contestant Mykenna Dorn wrote: "Oh you’ll be thriving that’s for sure !!! Can’t wait to see you shine and find your person 💛✨👏🏻 happy birthday babe !!!"

Are Tayshia and Zac still together?

Reality Steve just spilled new Tayshia and Zac tea. It's piping hot, just like their post-show 'ship. "So she definitely picked Zac and good chance they’re engaged. And if that’s the case, I highly doubt they’ve called off their engagement some time in the last 3 months. So if you’re asking me what I think happens tonight, there’s your answer. Picked Zac, engaged, and still engaged to this day. Just wish I could’ve been more confident all season to have been telling you that."

He previously shared multiple theories in a blog post: "Some people have told me they aren’t together, some have told me they still are but it’s not that solid, and some have said it’s never gonna last. She’s a SoCal girl who wants to be an influencer. He runs a sober living facility in NY. So that’s where we stand at this point. I know people will scour their IG pages for any clue they can find, but I wouldn’t count on anything being spoiled there."

Is Tayshia engaged now?

Reality Steve is now on board with fans who've been sharing theories to prove Tayshia is engaged. Rumors are swirling that the Bachelorette is currently engaged after she posted a couple pics to her Instagram Stories on Dec. 1. In the photos, the Click Bait With Bachelor Nation podcast host wears what *appears* to be a diamond ring on her left hand, according to ET. It sure is sparkly.

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Reality Steve addressed the engagement ring rumors: "I don’t know if it is or isn’t, or if it’s a ruse or what. I can’t imagine she’d be that stupid to take a pic with her ring on if she’s engaged, but, we’ve seen people spoil it in the past, so I guess it can’t be that unbelievable. So we’ll see going forward exactly what that’s all about."

He does add that leads get their engagement rings back for Happy Couple weekends, but they don't get them while the show is airing.

Speaking of Bachelor in Paradise, it's on for 2021 (for now).

This comes from the ABC execs via Reality Steve. "We’ve already been told by Rob Mills that Paradise will be back on schedule filming June 2021 and airing in its regular slot after “Bachelorette” late July/early August 2021, and they will be picking from Peter’s women, Clare/Tayshia’s men, Matt’s women, and the next “Bachelorette’s” men. So they will have plenty to choose from."

Chris shared a BIP update as well. "And I mean, I hate to say this, but there’s going to be people left on the bench that we love just because you can only have so many people on that beach. And right now, the plan is we’re moving forward. Clearly, we are like the rest of the world. This vaccine is on the horizon, there is hope on the horizon and where there’s hope, there’s roses and there’s The Bachelor. We’re always right there."

Chris says he's hoping for a normal schedule in 2021. "In all seriousness, our dream scenario is Bachelorette is next. That’s our normal schedule. You know, we shot The Bachelor in the normal timeframe, we’re going to shoot Bachelorette in the normal timeframe — this winter/spring — and then that’ll lead us into hopefully the Bachelor in Paradise that we normally have in June. … I’m not Anthony Fauci here, but my dream is that the vaccine is working by then and we’re right back to normal."

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This season of ABC's 'The Bachelorette' might actually be—drum roll—the most dramatic of all time. Both Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams played the role of the Bachelorette this season, which finally began airing on Tuesday, October 13.According to spoilers from Reality Steve, their season features multiple Bachelor star cameos, at least one major villain, and two unexpected endings. And that's on topof the unprecedented switch-up, which saw Adams taking over from Crawley a few weeks into the show.

Okay, a refresher: First, Crawley was formally announced as The Bachelorette back in March; then the pandemic shut down filming until the summer; and then Crawley fell head over heels for a contestant, Dale Moss. Enter Tayshia Adams, a fan favorite from past seasons. When Crawley left her own season to be with Moss, Tayshia took over as The Bachelorette, and there was a cast shake-up—the 11 men Crawley eliminated did not come back, but four new men came in.

What happens on Tayshia Adams' part of the season?

Crawley was replaced by Adams at the very end of July 2020, slash the very beginning of August, and Reality Steve noted in early September that filming for Adams' season had ended. So it seems that Adams' season filmed for a month, which is a little shorter than the typical 40-60 days. That makes sense—Adams started out with less men than a typical Bachelorette, and with less episodes to fill. "Tayshia got screwed on her end in every way...All just felt very rushed," was Reality Steve's take.

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Who wins Tayshia's season?

Per Reality Steve, Adams' top four are: Ben Smith, Zac Clark,Brendan Morais,and Ivan Hall, with Morais being particularly important. (This flew in the face of previous rumors that Bennett Jordan, a.k.a. "the Harvard guy,"might win—in fact, Jordan didn't even make it to the top four.)

Fan-favorite Smith goes home first. Then things get interesting: While picking out a ring with Neil Lane—the only part of The Bachelorette this season that feels reassuringly familiar!—Morais gets cold feet and realizes he isn't ready to jump into another engagement. Remember that Morais, like Adams, was married before and has been open about not wanting to suffer a divorce again. (Morais' parents also didn't show up for Fantasy Suites, which suggests they might have disapproved.)

So Morais sends himself home. Per an earlier post by RS: "By all accounts, Brendan is who Tayshia wanted. And when he left, she was pretty distraught but still ended up picking somebody." (More on that in a second.)

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Which leaves Ivan andZac as Adams' final two—and there's a surprise re-appearance from Smith after Morais leaves, so he technically comes in third.

Is Tayshia engaged now?

Ultimately, Zac Clark gets Adams' final rose. Reality Steve, the main source of spoilers for all things Bachelor Nation, initially reported that he and Adams didn't get engaged—which was a big deal because, well, usually the lead gets engaged—but reported hours before the finale that they did, in fact, get engaged, writing:

"I'd be really shocked if she didn’t get engaged at the end of this thing. So that bit [of] info was probably wrong. Tayshia has said the word husband and engaged so many times the last few episodes, it really makes no sense to get to the end and NOT have that. Hell, that’s only happened twice in the last almost 30 or so seasons – Juan Pablo and Colton’s. I just don’t see that happening here. So she definitely picked Zac and good chance they’re engaged."

But that doesn't mean it's smooth sailing in the finale; there's a promo in which Adams' dad tells her she could be making the biggest mistake of her life. Reality Steve noted in a frank blog post that he didn't know what was happening, exactly, but he did give this interesting tidbit: "Over the last month, I’ve had two different people tell me that Tayshia chose Zac at the end, at some point after filming they broke things off, and that she is currently back in touch with Brendan and they are slowly working on a relationship." He added: "This season has just been so weird...right now I think I know more about Matt’s finale than I do Tayshia’s."

Although he doesn't win, Smith does come back, as a promo for the finale confirms. Per Reality Steve, Smith tells Adams he's in love with her, and she has second thoughts about letting him go—but ultimately picks Clark.

Are Tayshia and Zac together now?

The big question! Wrote RS earlier in the season: "As for where they stand now, that’s anybody’s guess. Some people have told me they aren’t together, some have told me they still are but it’s not that solid, and some have said it’s never gonna last. She’s a SoCal girl who wants to be an influencer. He runs a sober living facility in NY. So that’s where we stand at this point."

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There is no After The Final Rose this year, so we'll have a different format for getting these questions answered.Per RS: "I guess they figured doing a live ATFR was out of the question. Could have something to do with how everything ends up, could not." Chris Harrison will probably check in on Adams and Clark, and potentially the other final four—none of whom were on The Men Tell All—via Zoom.

But a few weeks before her finale, Adams was spotted wearing what looks to be an engagement ring on her Instagram Story. Allow me to present the evidence:

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Here's Reality Steve's take: "I can’t imagine she’d be that stupid to take a pic with her ring on if she’s engaged, but, we’ve seen people spoil it in the past, so I guess it can’t be that unbelievable."

Does Tayshia's ex-husband Josh Bourelle show up?

On TikTok, an eagle-eyed user spotted that the captions for a Bachelorette preview credited a line to Josh Bourelle—otherwise known as Adams' ex-husband. This sparked a frenzy of speculation that Bourelle would appear on the season (I mean, it's The Bachelorette, can't you just see it?).

But Reality Steve, Adams, and Chris Harrison have all denied that Bourelle is appearing on Adams' season, with RS writing: "Uhhhh, no he’s not...Chris Harrison says, yeah no, not happening. He doesn’t know how her ex’s name appeared in the closed caption, it wasn’t on the network level, and her ex-husband has nothing to do with this season. "

What happened with contestant "Eazy" Nwachukwu?

Trigger warning: References to an alleged sexual assault ahead. Reality Steve had mentioned numerous times that Bachelor Nation should expect allegations to emerge about Eazy, who played a major role in this season and was a hit with fans. Those allegations came to light on December 18, when HuffPost published a major investigation into the contestant, which you can read here.

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Stop reading if you do not want to know spoilers for season 16 of The Bachelorette.

Tomorrow night is the finale of a historic season of The Bachelorette. When Tayshia Adams took over for Clare Crawley, she had 20 men vying for her heart. Now, she has just one rose left to give out.

While there has not been confirmation on who will receive her final rose, there seems to be only one likely scenario: Zac Clark.

As viewers saw, an early frontrunner, Brendan Morais, self-eliminated after realizing he was not ready so soon after his divorce. With him out of the running, it leaves Clark, Ivan Hall and Ben Smith who returned to win Adams back.

Reality Steve originally reported Adams leaves dating, but not engaged to, Clark. He admits, “I do not know how this season ends up.” However, he provided a few likely answers to some burning questions.

“I’d be shocked if Ben meets her parents and gets to final 2, but who knows? And I know she doesn’t pick Ivan. So it looks like that info I was given has a good chance of playing out, I just don’t have the greatest confidence in it,” wrote Reality Steve. “And as for whatever the ending was, is it still where we’re at right now? I don’t know. Considering most things I was told before the season that I spoiled ended up being right, I guess I would be surprised if Tayshia didn’t pick Zac in the end. It just makes no sense to pick Ben, and I know she didn’t pick Ivan.”

Despite Clark being the likely winner of her final rose, it remains in question if the two are still together.


Rumors Are Swirling Adams Is Now Dating Morais

As Morais was leaving this season, Adams admitted she expected him to be the one she would marry. This plays into early reports from Reality Steve that he left her heartbroken, but she decided to continue and picked Clark.

Now that the season has wrapped, it begs the question if her relationship with Clark could stand life outside The Bachelorette bubble.

Despite not being able to confirm it, Reality Steve is now sharing rumors that Adams has gotten back in touch with Morais after her relationship with Clark ended.

“Over the last month, I’ve had two different people tell me that Tayshia chose Zac [Clark] at the end, at some point after filming they broke things off and that she is currently back in touch with Brendan [Morais] and they are slowly working on a relationship,” Reality Steve wrote. He added, “I honestly have no idea if it’s true. And how can I put much confidence into it when I never got the confirmation I felt I needed to run with it?”


There Is No ‘After the Final Rose’

Fans should not hold their breath for a dramatic After the Final Rose. Despite being able to coordinate a Men Tell All, it seems the same cannot be said for the special after Adams crowns a winner.

“There is no ATFR tomorrow night. What does that mean? We don’t know. Whatever the outcome, I’m sure we will get some update on what’s happened post show,” said Reality Steve. “But due to COVID, I guess they figured doing a live ATFR was out of the question. Could have something to do with how everything ends up, could not. We just don’t know. Maybe they’ll address it after the fact.”

No matter how this season ends, it sure will be an interesting end to what host Chris Harrison might deem the most dramatic season ever.


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  • Reality Steve revealed new finale spoilers for Tayshia Adams' Bachelorette season.
  • Tayshia shared her feelings in a heartfelt Instagram post reflecting on her final weeks.
  • New spoilers reveal her relationship with her final one didn't last IRL, but she's rekindled romance with another suitor.

    It wasn't so long ago that Tayshia Adams first appeared on The Bachelorette with a big splash. Yes, she popped out of the pool, but she also impressed her suitors. Just like with her predecessors, Bachelor spoilers blogger Reality Steve has been gathering all the intel and spilling the piping hot tea about what's to come in the finale.

    If you've been keeping track of the season 16 Bachelorette spoilers, you know there have been some major shake-ups. And, Reality Steve revealed the biggest shake-up yet with the finale looming large this week.

    With that said, if you don't want to know how season 16 of The Bachelorette ends and who wins Tayshia's heart, do not keep reading. [WARNING: MAJOR BACHELORETTE FINALE SPOILERS AHEAD]

    It's all about Tayshia from here on out. It wasn't all smooth sailing for her journey to find love, though. "I’ve just been told repeatedly the ending of her season was 'messy' and full of drama," Reality Steve says. "So do with that what you will."

    One of Tayshia's front-runners may leave voluntarily.

    Going into the final week, Tayshia's final three are Zac Clark, Brendan Morais, and Ivan Hall. That's been the case for a while now.

    It turns out, Reality Steve isn't sure Brendan leaves voluntarily after all. Reality Steve says, "as for Brendan self eliminating, I don’t know. Maybe it happens. I just don’t know with any confidence at this point if it does."

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    If Brendan chooses to leave the show, it's not this week. Brendan stays another week after hometowns, "because Ben gets eliminated tomorrow night at the hometown dates rose ceremony."

    Steve wrote in a new blog post: "Brendan’s divorce was finalized just over a year ago, and apparently that played a big role in why he left. Guess he just wasn’t ready to jump into another relationship."

    Who is Tayshia's dad warning her about?

    Based on the new Bachelorette teasers on Youtube, Tayshia's dad makes a cameo along her journey to find love. A snippet of his conversation is ominous: "Tayshia, I don't want you to be making the biggest mistake of your life."

    Watch it for yourself in the latest Bachelorette promo:

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    It's not nearly as dramatic as Barbara Weber's tearful pleas to Pilot Pete, but it feels all too familiar tbh.

    What has Tayshia said about the finale?

    In a heartfelt Instagram post, Tayshia reflected on her final weeks as The Bachelorette. "I’ll have to be the first one to admit that this whole reality tv thing isn’t easy. Being only human, sometimes all of this is taxing. The last couple weeks have been a rollercoaster to say the least!," Tayshia wrote in the caption.

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    Tayshia continued: "Watching the last few episodes, I’ve been reliving so much of what made this experience challenging... It's crazy to think the end is near, but I am excited for you to see where my heart leads me. While bittersweet, I know this is just the end of one chapter, and I can't wait to see where life takes me next."

    Who wins Tayshia's Bachelorette season?

    All season long Reality Steve has been reporting that Zac Clark gets the final rose, and it seems like that's what goes down during the finale.

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    Here's Reality Steve's latest intel on the winner: "Over the last month, I’ve had two different people tell me that Tayshia chose Zac at the end, at some point after filming they broke things off, and that she is currently back in touch with Brendan and they are slowly working on a relationship."

    I, too, have so many questions. Reality Steve doesn't have all the answers, yet. "frankly, I have no answers. That’s all I’ve got. Have they met up post show? Don’t know. How/when did things end with Zac? Don’t know. Who broke it off with who? Don’t know. Like I said, the Brendan stuff has been told to me for the last month, but I honestly have no idea if it’s true. And how can I put much confidence into it when I never got the confirmation I felt I needed to run with it? So if we find out next week in the finale it ended up being right, I guess I’ll be the moron for not saying this is how the season ends and my sources could tell me they were right. If it’s wrong and the ending is completely different, then that’s a possibility too."

    The drama seems to be sticking around. "I’ve just been told repeatedly the ending of her season was 'messy' and full of drama," Reality Steve says. "So do with that what you will."

    So, are Tayshia and Zac still together?

    Steve is still not 100% certain of their current status, but his latest intel points to no. FWIW, he says, "My confidence level in it isn’t very high."

    It's also good to keep in mind the multiple theories floating around, per Steve's blog post: "Some people have told me they aren’t together, some have told me they still are but it’s not that solid, and some have said it’s never gonna last. She’s a SoCal girl who wants to be an influencer. He runs a sober living facility in NY. So that’s where we stand at this point. I know people will scour their IG pages for any clue they can find, but I wouldn’t count on anything being spoiled there."

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    Stay tuned for more intel on what happens with Tayshia and Zac's IRL 'ship.

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    Tayshia \u0026 Zac Get Engaged! 💍 - The Bachelorette

    And Tayshia Gives Her Final Bachelorette Rose To …

    The Adams administration has been lovingly voted out of La Quinta.

    On the Tuesday night finale of Tayshia Adams’s Bachelorette season, the leading lady kicked nice boys Ben Smith and Ivan Hall out of the El Presidente suite so she could to be with her one true love: 36-year-old addiction specialist and noted hailer of taxis Zac Clark. Adams came to the decision after Smith and Clark enjoyed respective visits with her family, both of which went well. However, she chose to initiate a break-up with Smith, who boomeranged back into her life after an elimination, prior to their final date. Clark proceeded to propose to her the following day in a desert, which Adams happily and tearfully accepted. (Clark also, mercilessly, did not bring out a guitar or have his mother show up for the occasion.) He began with the following sentiments as the Neil Lane ring burned a hole in his jacket:

    “The first conversation we ever had by the fountain we talked about how everything happens for a reason. When I came here to the desert I didn’t know what that reason was, but I know today. I came here because I was supposed to meet you. I came here because I was supposed to fall in love with you. From our first kiss to riding the ferris wheel to meeting each others’ families, nothing had ever felt so right my entire life. You’ve helped me experience a love that I didn’t know existed and you made me smile more than anyone has ever made me smile. I love you, Tayshia. I love you because you’re a fighter. I love you because you’re a strong, independent woman who makes everyone around you better. I love you because you believe in me. I love you because you’re a total dork. I love you because you drive me absolutely wild. I love everything about you. I listened to you when spoke about the importance of loyalty, and I’m speaking it to you.”

    Adams, who paused at several moments to collect herself, responded with:

    “That first night I got here I was extremely excited about finding love but also very nervous and scared. I didn’t know if finding true love was possible. When I first met you, I thought to myself, He’s different, and that man is kind. He shows attitude and has the biggest smile. He has been through a lot but has never given up, but has also learned to read me better than anybody really has and knows how to comfort me when I’m down. There was one point in my life when I thought I’d never get married. Because of all of the pain and heartbreak that I’ve been through, and I hit absolute rock bottom. I know that I told you that I love you, but it’s more than that. It’s this wild, wild love that I have tried to come up with so many reasons not to believe. But you have truly made me believe there doesn’t need to be flaws, and I deserve to be with a man who won’t run away. You’ve truly opened up my heart, and yes, it is real. I feel it too. I want to make more traditions and jump into fountains all around the world with you. I’m ready to hail a taxi and I’m ready to start a life with you. I love you, Zac Clark, and I’d do absolutely anything to keep that huge smile on your face, because you do everything to keep a huge smile on mine.”

    Clark also told Adams that she gave his parents “the best gift you can ever give them,” which was a “smile on my face” — emotions that come after years of Clark struggling with sobriety and self-love. (He is now nine years sober.) “The other night we were talking, and we spoke about this idea of someone choosing you,” he continued. “And if you let me, I’m going to choose you right now. I’m going to choose you tomorrow morning, I’m going to choose you next week, and next year. I’m going to choose you forever, because I love you.” Clark got down on one knee, and Adams accepted his proposal.

    Since there was no “After the Final Rose” segment tacked on to this Bachelorette finale, viewers were deprived of a crucial (and just generally expected) update about Adams and Clark’s relationship, as it’s been more than four months since the proposal was filmed. So, are they still together? Are they happy? And is Adams going bicoastal? We have good news.

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    The Jersey guy gets the rose.

    Zac Clark won the season 16 finale of “The Bachelorette” Tuesday night. He’s now engaged to Bachelorette Tayshia Adams.

    “It kind of bothers me I can’t find any flaws in him,” Adams, 30, said after Clark met her parents.

    “You know how genuine he is, you know where his heart is,” she said.

    Clark, 36, hails from Haddonfield in Camden County. Before he proposed and Adams accepted, he spoke about his connection with the Bachelorette as being fated.

    “I came here because I was supposed to fall in love with you,” he told her.

    “Nothing has ever felt so right my entire life.”

    Adams, 30, a former phlebotomist who worked at an interior design firm, grew up in California and previously appeared on “The Bachelor” and “Bachelor in Paradise.” She sent another final contestant, Ivan Hall, home at the start of the finale, her stated reason being that she cares about religion (and maybe he does not).

    Zac C. and Tayshia Adams

    Then there was the wildcard, Ben Smith, an Army veteran and West Point graduate who returned to vie for the rose and Adams’ love even after she sent him home in an earlier episode. Smith professed his love for Adams multiple times, but no dice.

    Ultimately, Clark won over Adams and her family.

    Tayshia’s mother, Rosario Adams, noticed that their chemistry was “really good.” Her father, Desmond Adams, thought Clark was a genuinely decent guy.

    Who is Zac Clark?

    Clark said his sister sent in an application for him to be on “The Bachelorette.” She had texted him asking for his height and weight.

    “Getting me a date?” he replied.

    “I’m gonna send an app in for Bachelorette they’re recasting,” she said, using the laughing-crying face emoji.

    “Better be funny,” he said. “Have fun.”

    It wasn’t long before he was in tears, pouring his heart out on national television.

    Clark joined the “Bachelorette” cast when Clare Crawley was still the Bachelorette. Crawley left the show when she got engaged to contestant Dale Moss. Clark remained part of the season 16 cast when she departed.

    The contestant is athletic — he ran the New York City Marathon six times — and a Philadelphia sports fan who “dreams of sharing a Philly cheesesteak with his future wife while watching the Eagles win a Super Bowl,” according to his show bio. He works as an addiction specialist at Release Recovery, an addiction recovery program in Westchester, New York that he co-founded with Justin Gurland in 2017. The facility helps people adjust to life after rehab.

    Clark has had personal experience with addiction. In the finale, he told Adams that he was celebrating nine years of sobriety. He became addicted to pain medication and alcohol after undergoing surgery to remove a brain tumor.

    In 2011, Clark walked into a bank in Camden and tried to cash a forged check he stole from his father in order to buy drugs. Instead of calling the police, the bank teller called his father, whose name was on the check.

    “He rushed down to the bank just in time before I disappeared back to the streets,” Clark said in a recent Instagram post. Just after the incident, he entered treatment for addiction.

    Clark recently reunited with the bank teller, Rhonda Jackson, to thank her for saving his life.

    “Rhonda didn’t know me, didn’t care what I looked like and didn’t judge me,” he said. “She just knew that I needed help.”

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