- Reality Steve revealed the men he thinks make it to Tayshia Adams’ final four.
- He also said Clare sent a contestant home for being super disrespectful to her.
- Spoilers ahead!
Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams’ Bachelorette seasons start in two short weeks, and Reality Steve is coming in hot with the spoilers! Strap in and get ready because you’re about to get some major tea.
First off, spoiler-happy Steve reported that Clare will kick Yosef Aborady off the show before he even makes it to one of her final two rose ceremonies because he was allegedly calling her names and being disrespectful as hell. From Steve’s details, it sounds like that will be a hell of an episode.
He also went on to say that ABC knew they were going to replace Clare from the very beginning and had Tayshia quarantining while she was still going on dates. Steve couldn’t reveal his sources on this one, but wow, very sus!
Now, moving on to Tayshia’s season. We already know who her her first impression rose is going to (Spencer Robertson). However, Spencer didn’t make it to Tayshia’s final four. Instead, Steve’s latest report suggested that her final guys are Ben Smith, Zac Clark, Brendan Morais, and Ivan Hall. Which, um, if these are her final four, that donut theory is looking less and less viable as the days go on.
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Steve made it clear that he’s not 100 percent positive this will be the case, but he’s pretty damn close. He explained, “I say almost positive because things were done so differently this season. I’m hearing guys outside of final 4 had family/friends brought into the bubble to meet Tayshia, but I’ve been unable to confirm that.”
But just because these guys might be her final four, that doesn’t mean somebody else can’t swoop in and win. All we know is that her half of the season will be “messy.” Excuse me while I get my Marie Kondo memes ready!
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