Rejoice, Bachelor Nation! Chris Harrison Is Back on 'The Bachelorette' — and Teasing How Tayshia’s Season Ends
We know you’ve missed him, Bachelor Nation!
Chris Harrison is making his anticipated return to “The Bachelorette” tonight. As fans are well aware, Chris had to skip out on filming a few episodes this season so he could take his son, Joshua, to college. And while we loved watching JoJo Fletcher take over for Chris in his absence, we’re glad the beloved TV host is back to preside over Tayshia Adams’ Rose Ceremonies.
But before Chris graces our screens again, he’s teasing how Tayshia’s journey concludes. In a recent interview with Us Weekly, he said that fans should expect to see a “couple of close calls” play out before the Season 16 finale.
“You see that in the previews she’s in the dress and there’s a couple of close calls,” Chris told the outlet. “Look, she is falling in love. These men are in love, but are they all willing to go where she wants this to go? Are they willing to take that last step? And maybe those previews show you, it’s not gonna end well.”
Although Tayshia has a tough decision to make, Chris said that he believes she could easily find her happily ever with any of the guys still left in the game.
“In my mind, I don’t think you can go wrong,” he said. “These guys, whether it’s Ivan [Hall], Riley [Christian], Brendan [Morais], Zac [Clark], Ben [Smith], these are good dudes. These are really good guys. And I even told Tayshia towards the end, I said, ‘You can’t make a wrong decision. You just need to make the right decision for you, who fits in your life, where do you see your life going?’ And this is where it starts to align. When you have those long conversations, ‘Do you want to get married? Where are we going to live?’”
According to Chris, those questions will be important for Tayshia to ask herself as she figures out which man deserves her final rose.
“It’s really splitting hairs at this point,” he said. “No longer will she run into a situation where there are guys that are there for the wrong reasons. Now it’s, ‘Everybody’s in, everybody’s in love.’ Who fits? And are they willing to go all the way? Is she going to get the proposal that she wants?”
See more of Tayshia’s story unfold when “The Bachelorette” airs in two parts this week on Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. on ABC.