Tayshia Breaks Down in Dramatic 'Bachelorette' Finale: 'I Have No Idea What I'm Going to Do'
How will it all end? In the latest preview for next week’s two-part “Bachelorette” finale, Tayshia Adams breaks down over the challenge of figuring out who deserves her final rose.
“This is the biggest decision of my life and I have no idea what I’m going to do,” says the gorgeous Season 16 lead, whose final three is composed of Ivan Hall, Zac Clark, and Brendan Morais.
Or is it? In the clip, Tayshia hears a knock on the door of her presidential suite at Palm Springs’ La Quinta Resort and Club.
“What? I just want to cry. What do I do with that?” Tayshia says in frustration, clearly distraught over what the mysterious visitor might mean for the end of her journey as the Bachelorette.
Meanwhile, Ivan, Zac, and Brendan share their thoughts on their respective relationships. “It really feels like we’re made for each other,” Ivan tells Tayshia, while Zac declares to her, “I know that I love you.”
Elsewhere, in a confessional, Brendan says of his potential Fantasy Suite date with Tayshia, “This overnight would be one of the defining moments in my life.”
Toward the end of the sneak peek, Tayshia’s dad expresses worry that this situation might end in heartbreak for his daughter. “I don’t want you to be making the biggest mistake of your life,” he says.
“Why did I do that?” Tayshia says through tears in another moment.
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The Orange County, California, native recently shared that watching Season 16 back has been just as emotionally taxing as it was experiencing it in real life.
On the latest episode of her podcast, “Click Bait with Bachelor Nation,” Tayshia told her co-hosts Joe Amabile and Natasha Parker that reliving her breakup with Ben Smith during this week’s Hometown Dates episode was particularly tough.
“I remember those feelings at that time and I was just sitting on that bench [thinking], ‘Show me something. Do you care at all about me? Is this meaningful towards you? Is this how you treat every girl?’” she said. “I just needed a little sense of validation and I feel like I didn’t have any of that.”
Added Tayshia, “All I have to say is that these ‘Bachelorette’ episodes have me feeling some type of way. It’s very emotional watching these things back and reliving those feelings.”
See how her story concludes when the “Bachelorette” season finale airs in two parts next week on Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. on ABC.