Season 16 of Am Bachelorette officially over, and both Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams ended their seasons. The last series of Adams’ season of Am Bachelorette on 22 December.
Last season, Adams said goodbye to Ivan Hall and Ben Smith before joining Zac Clark. On a new program of the podcast Happy hour Bachelor, Rachel Lindsay gave her theory on why Adams chose to send Hall after Fantasy Suite dates.
Rachel Lindsay has a theory about Ivan Hall on ‘The Bachelorette’
After the end of the quarter of Am Bachelorette, co-hosted by Rachel Lindsay and Becca Kufrin a new episode of the podcast Happy hour Bachelor. The new program aired for the first time on December 23 and featured Adams and Clark as guests.
Before Adams and Clark appeared, Lindsay and Kufrin talked the program together. Lindsay revealed that she has a theory as to why Adams sent home Hall before he got a chance to meet his parents.
“I feel like it was largely sold on Zac,” Kufrin said. “I feel like she went into that rose party when there were still three of them left and they knew it would be him. And so the last little exchange we saw, I think it’s just like ‘Well, at the end of this my heart knows what it wants’. ”
“My theory is that she sent Ivan home because she knew Ivan had strong feelings, and it would have been hard to send him home as a second and give him hope to meet her family and be I thought the next step was happening, ”said Lindsay.
Rachel Lindsay thinks it was easier to send Ben Smith home than Ivan Hall
By the end of the season, Adams had sent Smith home after the City dates due to his inability to express his feelings. When he returned, Lindsay fled that it would have been easier to send Smith home even after he met Adams’ parents.
“She has already sent Ben home once, why not send him home again?” Lindsay theorized. “You’ve already done it once, and you’ve expressed that feeling, you’ve found out. So I think it would have been easier to send him home a second time. ”
She continued, “Ivan was her second choice, but I think it was easier to send him home earlier because it would have been difficult to take him to the next level. ”