Clare Crawley’s journey begins tonight and the final trailer for the show teases a rocky road to love for the younger Bachelorette, full of tears and voices.
According to host Chris Harrison, what happens between Crawley and the group of men at home “does not end well.”
“I have been looking for love all my life. I am 39 years old. “This may be my last chance,” Crowley teased, adding, “I promise: this finger will no longer be bare.”
And when he welcomes the contestant Dale Moss in his limousine, he declares his love at first sight. “I definitely felt like I met my husband,” she says.
Things take a dramatic turn when Crawley splits from the team after a contestant yells at her, “I was expecting a lot more from the older Bachelorette.”
Crawley returns by saying that she is “unresponsive because I did not make such men”.
Another contestant threatens to leave and another wonders who Bachelorette really is.
Harrison has already canceled a rose ceremony.
He tells Crowley privately, “The road we are on now does not end well. For you, for the children, for anyone.”
“Congratulations,” he adds, “You just blew up” The Bachelorette. “
The Crawley season was filmed at Palm Springs Resort in July with a two-week quarantine for cast and crew, temperature controls and Covid-19 tests.