Former “Bachelorette” Kaitlyn Bristowe “f-kkkin hates” when ABC names two women in the role, forcing them to compete against each other.
In Season 19 of the show, former contestants Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia share the journey to find love.
“I f-kkkin hate this,” the… 37 year old tweeted as the July 18 episode aired. “Am I dramatic?? I can’t believe they are doing this to these women and the men. #TheBachelorette.”
The “Bachelorette” season of podcast host “Off the Vine” premiered seven years ago, where she shared the title “Bachelorette” with Britt Nilsson on the first night before the season’s men finally voted for Bristowe as a solo -lead.
In the second episode of the final season, the two bachelors seemed to get along with contestant Logan Palmer, who both make love to him.
When Rachel, 26, and Gabby, 31, were reunited to debrief, Rachel told Gabby about her moment with Palmer, but Gabby didn’t share that she, too, had a connection with him or that they had kissed.
However, Bristowe wasn’t too convinced that was the only thing going on during the interaction, tweeting, “Why do I feel like Gabby told Rachel she kissed him too, and they took it out on #TheBachelorette.”
At the end of the episode, Gabby and Rachel decided together who would stay and who would go, but the teaser for the rest of the season leads viewers to believe that the two women will make individual decisions in the future rose ceremonies.
The never-before-seen season premiere sparked some controversy when former “bachelor” Clayton Echard said the comments about him during the episode were “cyberbullying” on Bristowe’s podcast.
Many of the contestants on Gabby and Rachel’s season took the opportunity to make fun of Echard, 29, after telling both women he loved them and having slept with both of them during his season.
The two bachelors insisted that no one was trying to bully Echard and told Us Weekly that it was all said “for fun.”