Guess who’s back, back again? THAT WOULD BE TAYSHIA ADAMS AND KAITLYN BRISTOWE! Your fave Bachelorette co-hosts have officially signed on for Michelle Young’s upcoming season of The Bachelorette—which is already in production.
Variety broke this news, saying that Katie and Tayshia’s contracts include multi-year options—which means they could become permanent hosts. As the outlet explained, a multi-year option is pretty standard “in order to give the production the upper hand and flexibility with contractual options for the future” but Variety notes this also indicates that ABC hasn’t figured out a permanent replacement for Chris Harrison just yet.
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Michelle’s season of The Bachelorette is about to start filming, and ABC will follow its new pandemic safety measures—meaning everyone currently quarantining in a bubble. According to the outlet, Tayshia and Kaitlyn have been quarantining on-site for about a week now, along with the rest of the show’s cast and crew.
ABC recently released Michelle’s potential contestants so feel free to get to know them right this way, and we already have a few details about what’s in store for the season thanks to Reality Steve. According to the spoiler sleuth, Michelle’s season will start off in Palm Springs, and then Steve says she and her cast will move around the U.S—the first time The Bachelorette/Bachelor has included travel since the start of the pandemic.
“After Palm Springs, Michelle will film some of her season in Minnesota. They are staying at the Marquette Hotel in Minneapolis,” he said, also noting, “I do think overnights and final rose ceremony will be in a different location based on the fact I’m hearing filming ends almost two weeks into September.”
Oh, and hometown dates are also back, with Steve explaining that he’s “been told they plan on bringing back regular hometown dates this season, so they will be traveling to the guys’ hometowns. Which always helps since they usually do those out in public.”
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