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Tayshia Adams Tearfully Walks Out on ‘Bachelorette: The Men Tell All’

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Michelle Young’s Bachelorette season has been relatively tame in the drama department, largely because Michelle is an expert at avoiding red flags. Monday’s “The Men Tell All” reunion dredged up all of this season’s most heinous and bizarre drama. A highlight: Michelle confronting this season’s villain, Jamie Skaar, about his manipulative tendencies.

Another Most Dramatic Moment of the night, however, came when former Bachelorette and host Tayshia Adams addressed her recent split from her season’s winner, addiction recovery specialist Zac Clark.

The connection Tayshia and Zac shared on screen last year was the kind that keeps The Bachelorette running. Details like Tayshia’s decision to replace her champagne with apple cider during the show’s traditional toasts once she knew she was serious about Zac, who is sober, spoke to a relationship highlighted above all, it seemed, by sincere care. Last month, however, news broke that the two had broken up.

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