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Best Tweets From the Season 16 Premiere of ‘The Bachelorette’

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The 16th season of The Bachelorette is upon us! 

Even prior to the October 13 premiere, the season was plagued with drama. 

While there are rumors that Clare Crawley — the oldest Bachelorette in the franchise’s history — left the season mid-way through her pandemic journey to finding love, she kicked off the season “looking for love.” 

The season premiere, addressed COVID and the delay due to quarantine, featured her “first” encounter with “her future husband” Dale, and had plenty of drama thanks to some middle school-like shenanigans from Tyler C and Yosef. Which one of them didn’t get a rose? Find out below! 

Here are some of the best tweets from the premiere:

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Best Tweets from ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 16 Episode 2 Including That Explosive Moment & Strip Dodgeball



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The Bachelorette with Clare Crawley continues and the drama did not hold back! 

Crawley calls out the men for not stepping up to talk to her, while everyone in the “mansion” gets jealous of her connection with Dale. 

And we can’t forget about strip dodgeball. 

See the best tweets and memes from The Bachelorette Season 16 Episode 2 below:

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Best Tweets About Tayshia Adams Replacing Clare Crawley in ‘The Bachelorette’ Shocking Twist



Best tweets About Tayshia Adams Replacing Clare Crawley on The Bachelorette

Bachelor Nation has been thirsting for some drama following this pandemic, but The Bachelorette twist is crazier than anyone expected. 

With Tayshia Adams rumored to be replacing Clare Crawley, who quit early on in the season after finding love, this truly will be the most “dramatic season ever.” Watch the promo here

We know Chris Harrison is cheesing out there somewhere. 

Of course, following the reports, Twitter’s responses were on point!

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‘The Bachelorette’ Keeps Leading Lady a Secret in New Promo – Does It Confirm Tayshia Adams Is Replacing Clare Crawley?



Does 'The Bachelorette' Promo Confirm Tayisha Adams is Replacing Clare Crawley?

The Bachelorette’s new promo seems to confirm the rumors that the upcoming season won’t be focused fully on Clare Crawley. 

Earlier today, rumors began swirling that for the first time in the long-running franchise’s history, there would be two bachelorette’s on season 18. 

Sources associated to the show said that Crawley fell in-love midseason and quit the show leaving producers to fill her spot with Bachelor in Paradise alum, Tayshia Adams. 

Since production, which was already delayed due to COVID was already underway, the reports stated that the producers let Crawley’s short journey to “happily ever after” play out before tapping in Adams to find love with the 40-some suitors cast for the season. 

So much drama and the season hasn’t even started yet! 

ABC has kept pretty mum on the whole situation before swiftly releasing a pretty mysterious promo on social media.

Neither Crawley nor Adams is featured in the franchise promo. 

Instead, the five-second promo features the silhouette of a woman being filmed. And while it looks like Crawley’s outline, it seems to have convinced Bachelor Nation to that it is confirmation that those rumors of a bachelorette-swap are true! 

That isn’t the only change coming this fall as the series is moving to a new night. “Bachelor Mondays” will now become “Bachelor Tuesdays,” which feels wrong, but it’s 2020 and that’s just the way it is. It’s unclear what prompted the change, but we’re guessing the COVID pandemic forced the network to shuffle things around to accommodate other productions. 

If we’ve learned anything from this season already it’s that flexibility and “going with the flow” are crucial. 

Do you think the quick ABC promo is confirmation that Crawley is stepping down and Adams is stepping up?

Sound-off in the comments below! 

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