Why Tayshia Adams Won’t Attend ‘Bachelorette: After the Final Rose’

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Stay safe! Taishia Adams will not be shared Michelle Young‘s After the final rose distinct.

“It’s a little crazy here in New York and I’ve been exposed recently [to COVID-19] And that’s just with great caution, that Michelle spends the night too Kaitlin [Bristowe] “But that doesn’t mean I won’t give up and enjoy everything,” Adams, 31, said via Instagram Story on Monday, December 21.

During the video, she wrote, “I cried a lot about not having anything tonight but I have to make sure my mother-bachelornation stays safe and healthy.”

Adams Sign Zack Clark When I stepped up to replace Claire Crowley During season 16 of The bachelorette In 2020. The season ended with the engagement of a former phlebotomyologist and addiction specialist, but they were unable to make their relationship work.

In November, the duo sparked sporadic rumors after the “Click Bait” podcast host was spotted without her engagement ring shortly after completing the New York City Marathon with her then-fiancé. us weekly He later confirmed that ABC characters called him quitting, with one rep saying they were “no longer a couple.”

At that time, a source exclusively said we that the pair’s busy schedules contributed to the breakup, adding, “They eventually realized it wasn’t going to work and their relationship had run its course.”

Adams, who co-hosted seasons 17 and 18 of The bachelorette With Bristowe, he broke her silence about the split while The Bachelorette: Guys Tell Everyone advance this month.

“All I have to say is that I am heartbroken. But we tried so hard and I still love him so much and I’m not sure what the future holds,” she said during the December 6 episode. “You know what it is, it’s really hard.”

Before pulling the plug on their relationship, Clarke was honest about how difficult a long-distance romantic relationship had been.

“We are both emotional human beings, driven, busy. And with that, we need to remind ourselves to work on each other and we have done that [that]’ He said exclusively we in April. “Well, two months later, there’s been some ups and downs, of course, and it’s well documented, but at the end of the day, it’s all right now.”

The New Jersey native noted that he and Adams didn’t want to rush to the altar, adding at the time, “Obviously, there are wedding plans. There are plans to get married, but it’s been a wild start to the year.”

Three months later, Bachelor in Heaven Allum explained that she and Clark were enjoying as much time together as possible before tying the knot.

“Zack and I are having a really fun time exploring NYC. We’re doing a really good job. We’re happily engaged, but right now, we’re really — we’re dating!” she told we in July, noting that the coronavirus pandemic halted their wedding plans. “So now we are really able to have fun. I am really enjoying life.”

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