ABC singer Rob Mills pulls back the curtain on what really came down during Claire Crowley’s dramatic season The Bachelor
While discussing the episode on Tuesday in Nick Vial’s “Viall Files” podcast, Mills said that when the 39-year-old Crowley decided to keep the band’s date to himself, he knew that this season of “The Bachelorette” would have to to change, against the background of growing hairdresser feelings for the champion Dale Moss, 32.
“It was controversial at the time,” Mills said on Tuesday. “It was really like then, ‘Oh God, it’s like we really have to start thinking about it.̵
Vial then told Mills, “I felt like I saw this. It’s like “Dale isn’t on this date, I just won’t give a rose.”
– All right. That was it, “Mills said.” That’s when we started calling. “
During his second meeting in the group on Tuesday, a handful of Crowley’s options involved a roast that was strongly aimed at Moss, a 32-year-old who was not part of the meeting. In the final minutes of the episode, Crowley was seen saying to a producer, “I’m not going to sit there [after they] he ate my fiancé so much. “
In a preview of next week’s episode, Crowley’s explosive outburst is annoying, and his replacement is said to be the “bachelor” of alum Taishia Adams. On Tuesday night, the 30-year-old Adams cunningly reacted to her Bachelorette debut by posting a photo on Instagram: “Did you call …?!”
“The Bachelorette” airs on Tuesday at 8pm on ABC.