'The Bachelorette' Host Chris Harrison Revealed 1 New Thing Clare Crawley Did That Might Stick Around for Future Seasons

'The Bachelorette' Host Chris Harrison Revealed 1 New Thing Clare Crawley Did That Might Stick Around for Future Seasons

Chris Harrison returned to host The Bachelorette Season 16 with star Clare Crawley on Oct. 13, 2020, after months of postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, many things were different, including a location change, no world traveling, and a mandatory quarantine once arriving at the resort. One change that the 39-year-old hairstylist did might stick around for upcoming seasons. ‘The Bachelorette’ host Chris Harrison explained how Clare Crawley’s season is different from any other before When The Bachelorette Season 16 premiered on Oct. 13, 2020, it didn’t look like your typical opening night episode. Aside from the drama-filled trailer, the coronavirus dramatically changed the way the show began. Chris Harrison started talking about all of the precautions that they had to take to start filming, and it was extensive. Instead of the limos rolling up to The Bachelor mansion, the guys had to quarantine at the resort for two weeks. The new location is the La Quinta Resort & Spa in Palm Springs, California. It is large enough to accommodate the cast and crew and the mandatory quarantine periods. RELATED: ‘The Bachelorette’: Becca Kufrin Finally Reveals She Was the 1 To End Things With Garrett Yrigoyen However, the limos didn’t come in next. Instead, viewers watched a flashback to when Crawley found out she was the new Bachelorette lead. Then we saw her devastation at having to put the entire process on hold in March. Fans also saw many of the men sit around in their rooms while they awaited their COVID-19 ...
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