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‘The Bachelorette’ episode 7 recap: Tayshia bonds with Ivan over race and fires back at the guys

‘The Bachelorette’ episode 7 recap: Tayshia bonds with Ivan over race and fires back at the guys
This week’s “The Bachelorette” began the morning after the newly mustache-less Noah received the group date rose, fueling disappointment and tension from the guys who felt cheated that he was invited to come along on the date in the first place. Ben, the handsome Army veteran Tayshia Adams humorously regarded as “trouble,” was hoping to make inroads having yet to receive a coveted one-on-one date, let alone significant alone time. “I’m frustrated about the way last night went,” he said. “I’m kicking myself for not doing the things I needed to do to get the time because the time is what I was after. The rose is cool, but the gift is the time with Tayshia.”

When Chris Harrison arrived to meet all of the guys, he revealed that Bennett, Ivan, Blake, Riley, Demar, Kenny and Zac would compete for a romantic, intimate one-on-one date. They would
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‘The Bachelorette’ Recap: Tayshia Adams and Ivan Hall Discuss Black Lives Matter

‘The Bachelorette’ Recap: Tayshia Adams and Ivan Hall Discuss Black Lives Matter
Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched the Nov. 24 episode of “The Bachelorette.”

Sixteen men remained in hopes of pursuing titular Bachelorette Tayshia Adams on Tuesday’s episode of “The Bachelorette.” Those men reflected on the previous dates poolside, but were interrupted by the arrival of host Chris Harrison.

“Lesson learned [from last week]: Tayshia likes bold,” he said.

The statement became a challenge for the week, as each date asked the men to show their most confident — or vulnerable — sides. Ivan Hall, in particular, opens up to Tayshia Adams as the two shared a quiet one-on-one date, during which they discussed the impact of Black Lives Matter.

But first, things started as a group date, during which seven contestants competed for a chance to earn additional one-on-one time with Tayshia. Each man was prompted to write a song for the Bachelorette, in an attempt to impress her with their lyrics and confidence.
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Why the hell are so many Bachelor Nation alums on the ‘Bachelorette’ set?

Why the hell are so many Bachelor Nation alums on the ‘Bachelorette’ set?
And here we thought “expect the unexpected” was “Big Brother’s” motto. Tayshia Adams has replaced Clare Crawley as the lead of Season 16 of “The Bachelorette,” but the twists and alum arrivals to set haven’t stopped. In the past few days, a handful of Bachelor Nation stars have been spotted or are believed to have arrived at the La Quinta Resort & Club in La Quinta, California, where the season is filming.

On Tuesday — a day after Adams was reported to take over for Crawley, who fell for one of her suitors already — Hannah Ann Sluss, the winner of “The Bachelor” Season 24, was photographed on location with a suitcase and talking to producer Julie Laplaca. The Instagram account @bachdetective has compiled evidence that indicates that former Bachelorette Becca Kufrin and “Bachelor” alum Ashley Iaconetti are also on set. Meanwhile, @newsnextdoor noted that Sydney Lotuaco, who was on Season 23 of “The Bachelor” with Adams,
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Yikes: Tayshia, Sydney, and Caitlin Roasted Colton's Kissing Skills on Bachelor in Paradise

Colton Underwood, the most recent star of The Bachelor, kissed plenty of women over the course of his season. In addition to locking lips with final pick Cassie Randolph, the former NFL player ,27, kissed contestants like Demi Burnett, Tayshia Adams, Caitlin Clemmens, and Sydney Lotuaco. And, as luck would have it, the latter three are currently all on Bachelor in Paradise, where Colton's kissing skills became the topic of conversation during Monday night's episode.

It all started when Derek Peth asked the ladies about their worst kiss while sitting with a group around a fire on the beach. As soon as Sydney hinted it was someone they all knew, one of the guys yelled out "Colton?!" and Sydney said, "Yeah, sorry," while coyly sipping her drink. Caitlin chimed in saying, "I would have said the same thing," and apparently she's not the only one.

When Tayshia joined the group, Derek
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Cassie Randolph Defends Colton Underwood After He's Deemed a Bad Kisser on Bachelor in Paradise

Cassie Randolph came to Colton Underwood's defense on Monday after some Bachelor in Paradise contestants suggested he's not a good kisser. "Kiss me dammit you good kisser you," she tweeted along with a clip of the couple locking lips. So, how did the topic come up in the first place? During Monday's episode, Derek Peth asked the group about their worst kissing experience. Sydney Lotuaco picked the season 23 star and Caitlin Clemmens agreed. Even Tayshia Adams, who was one of Underwood's finalists, sided with the ladies. Although, she claimed he "got better by the end of the season." However, Demi Burnett was quick to come to the former football player's...
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Sydney Lotuaco

Colton Underwood is the bachelor featuring in season 23 of ‘The Bachelor’. Like in the previous series, Underwood is the lucky man who gets to take his pick from some beautiful women who are all competing for his attention. One of the women featuring in this season is 27-year-old barre fitness instructor Sydney Lotuaco from New York. Lotuaco walked off the show shortly after Underwood announced that he wanted to get engaged by the end of the series, and she reassessed her feelings. While she has recently become relatively famous due to her appearances in this reality television series, there

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Sydney Lotuaco
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Bachelor in Paradise: Season Six Ratings

The Bachelor in Paradise TV show is back for a sixth season on ABC. Does the reality TV series still have what it takes to score, where the Nielsen ratings are concerned? Will Bachelor in Paradise be cancelled or renewed for season seven? Stay tuned. *Status update below.

An ABC dating reality TV series hosted by Chris Harrison, Bachelor in Paradise brings previous contestants of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette et al, together under one roof, as they try to win a big cash prize -- and maybe even finally find true love on television. In the sixth season, the cast includes: Annaliese Puccini, Bibiana Julian, Blake Horstsmann, Caelynn Miller-Keyes, Cam Ayala, Chris Bukowski, Clay Harbor, Demi Burnett, Derek Peth, Hannah Godwin, Jane Averbukh, John Paul Jones, Katie Morton, Kevin Fortenberry, Nicole Lopez-Alvar, Onyeka Ehie, Sydney Lotuaco, Taysshia Adams, and Wills Reid.
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Meet The Cast of Bachelor in Paradise Season 6

Not everyone is fortunate to meet their soul mate in their everyday journey, and sometimes we need a little push in the right direction. Bachelor in Paradise season 6 does that by bringing singles again on season premiering on August 7, 2019. Here are the faces we should expect to see. Bibiana Julian Bibiana boasted of being taken and not getting back on Bachelor in Paradise because she thought she might have found the one. Seems like she had wrongly concluded the relationship because now she is back looking for Mr. Right. Sydney Lotuaco This professional dancer revealed that she

Meet The Cast of Bachelor in Paradise Season 6
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'Bachelor in Paradise' Reveals Season 6 Cast, Trailer

'Bachelor in Paradise' Reveals Season 6 Cast, Trailer
The singles who are headed to Paradise have been revealed.

Bachelor in Paradise announced the starting round of castmembers for season six of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette summer spinoff series. ABC heads back to Mexico when the reality dating competition returns on Aug. 5.

The first batch of stars on Bachelor in Paradise season six included three high-profile runner-ups: Blake Horstmann, of Becca Kufrin's 2018 The Bachelorette; and Tayshia Adams and Hannah Godwin, of Colton Underwood's recent The Bachelor.

Others are Caelynn Miller-Keyes, Demi Burnett, Katie Morton, Sydney Lotuaco, Jane Averbukh, Onyeka Ehie and Nicole Lopez-Alvar, from Underwood's season; Wills ...
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No, You're Not Imagining Things: Colton Has Been Dumped More Than Any Other Bachelor

No, You're Not Imagining Things: Colton Has Been Dumped More Than Any Other Bachelor
There are a lot of things about this season of The Bachelor that give me pause. Why, for instance, must we continue to be tortured by Colton's Snapchat videos at the start of every episode? Has Colton's skin completely dried out from all the showers he takes? And what do you think that fence is up to now? But aside from all that, another important question lingers: is Colton the most-dumped dude in Bachelor history, or what? After his brutal break-up with Cassie Randolph in the Fantasy Suites episode, we decided to do a tally.

Episode after episode, we've seen the leading man tell the camera and his many contestants that he's looking for a woman who's there for "the right reasons." Maybe it's because of his incessant repetition of this phrase that so many women on season 23 realized they weren't there for the right reasons and decided to leave of their own accord.
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