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Greg Grippo and his ’90s hair flop are no longer competing on Katie Thurston’s season of The Bachelorette, and it’s all been very dramatic. There’s been a lot of conversation about Greg potentially gaslighting Katie during their blowup breakup conversation, but some corners of the internet straight-up think he was *acting* due to claims that Greg is, quite literally, an aspiring actor.
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Also, um, he posted this photo of himself at acting school:
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Said claims haven’t been addressed on the show just yet (note: ABC’s official bio of Greg calls him a “Marketing Sales Representative”), but host Tayshia Adams says Greg’s acting past will be addressed during The Bachelorette’s upcoming After the Final Rose special.
“You know, I’ll just tell you this,” she told Ryan Seacrest during On Air with Ryan Seacrest. “That will be addressed. So, just wait, just wait.”
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As of now, Greg hasn’t spoken out about his departure or all the backlash from The Bachelorette’s fan base, but it sounds like he will be at After the Finale Rose—where the internet will doubtless analyze whether or not he’s being genuine, or channelling his inner Meryl Streep.
Either way, just a reminder that Tayshia’s co-host Kaitlyn Bristowe had this to say about his breakup speech to Katie: “I think he just wanted to quit before he got fired. I think his ego was so hurt in that moment that he was like, ‘I’m gonna just flip this shit and get out of here.’”
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