This may be the most dramatic week in history.
Well, sure, because of the presidential election. But also because Clare Crawley is finally going to leave “The Bachelorette” with love Dale Moss and will be replaced by Tayshia Adams.
Unfortunately, fans are going to have to wait to see the groundbreaking Season 16 episode. The show, which has been airing on Tuesday nights since premiering in October, will not be on tonight. ABC is giving the airways up to cover the election results, which are marginally more important.
Instead, Episode 4 will air Thursday, Nov. 5, at 8 p.m. EST.
There have been several scheduling issues surrounding this season of “The Bachelorette.” The show traditionally films at the end of the winter and airs in the spring, after “The Bachelor” finishes airing. However, filming for Crawley’s season was halted because of the coronavirus pandemic. The show usually airs on Monday nights, but was bumped to Tuesdays to make room for “Dancing With the Stars.”
Chris Harrison confirmed to The Post last week that the next episode will put all the rumors about this season to rest. “We’re not pretending anymore — we’re with you,” he said. And last week’s episode ended with a promo featuring Adams.
Crawley is falling fast and hard for former NFL player and Halloween-costume model Moss, much to the dismay of her other suitors. She did not give out a group date rose at the end of the most recent episode because she couldn’t focus on anyone else but Moss.
Harrison also confirmed to The Post that filming for Matt James’ upcoming season of “The Bachelor” is currently underway.
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