Despite not being able to be present in the live special, Tayshia, who has been co-hosting ‘The Bachelorette’ alongside Kaitlyn Bristowe, promises to tune in and be prepared for the drama.
AceShowbiz -One that will be missing in upcoming “After the Final Rose” special following “The Bachelorette” finale is co-host Tayshia Adams. Hours before the airing of the show, the former “Bachelorette” lead shared on her Instagram account that she wouldn’t serve as co-host alongside Kaitlyn Bristowe because of COVID-19.
“I do look a little bit too casual to be walking out there tonight but it’s just because it’s a little crazy here in New York and I was recently exposed [to COVID-19],” Tayshia shared in one of her Instagram Story clips. “Just as an abundance of caution, for Michelle to have her night, as well as Kaitlyn and all the crew to produce this live finale tonight, I will not be there in person.”
Despite not being able to be present in the live special, Tayshia promised to tune in and be prepared for the drama. “But that does not mean I will not be turning in, popping my popcorn and enjoying it all,” she added.
Tayshia then shared a hint at the upcoming finale for Michelle Young‘s season 18. Teasing that it would be “absolutely crazy,” she said, “I was there in person for the finale, and it’s one you do not want to miss.”
Concluding her message, Tayshia wrote, “@kaitlynbristowe love you so much, I’m there in spirit! I’ve cried a lot about not being there tonight but gotta make sure my @bachelornation fam stays safe & healthy.”
Prior to this, Tayshia got candid about her split from former fiance Zac Clark. During “The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All” earlier this month, she revealed, “All I have to say is that I’m heartbroken. But we tried really hard and I still love him very much and I’m not sure what the future holds. You know how it is, it’s really though.” She even stormed out of the studio after breaking down in tears.
As for Zac, the addiction specialist previously opened up about the struggle of being in a long distance relationship. “We’re both passionate, driven, busy human beings. And with that, we need to remind ourselves to work each other into it and we’ve done [that],” the New Jersey native told Us Weekly back in April. “So yeah, a couple months after, there was some ups and downs, of course, and, like, well-documented, but at the end of the day, it’s all good right now.”
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