When Tayshia Adams went to the final rose ceremony on ‘The Bachelorette’, she had no idea what fate was in store – but she definitely looked amazing when she showed up!
Bachelorette viewers will finally see how Tayshia Adams’ The journey takes place during the season 16 finale on December 22nd. Prior to the episode, ABC posted teaser photos of Tayshia’s final rose ceremony and they confirmed that she looks absolutely gorgeous on her big day. The 30-year-old rocked a one-shoulder white dress that hugged every inch of her body. She kept her hair and makeup simple for the ceremony, which was held outdoors in the scorching summer heat of Palm Springs.
Tayshia Adams during her final rose ceremony on “The Bachelorette”. (ABC)
In the second part of the final there was still a lot in the air for Tayshia. One of her last three boys Brendan Morais, left the show on his own terms during his fantasy suite date with Tayshia. Admitting he wasn’t ready to make a suggestion just yet, he told the Bachelorette that she deserved someone with a “full heart” to give it. That left Tayshia with two boys Ivan Hall and Zac Clark.
Tayshia spent the night with both men. She told Zac that she loved him and admitted to Ivan that she fell in love with him. Though Brendan eliminated herself, Tayshia still had a rose ceremony with Ivan and Zac, but she was thrown for a loop when another previously eliminated candidate, Ben Smith, returned. Tayshia eliminated Ben based on his hometown dates and was upset when he didn’t read up on his feelings for her. Ben wanted another chance so he came back to tell Tayshia that he was in love with her.
Tayshia Adams stuns in white at the finale of ‘The Bachelorette’. (ABC)
The gesture caught Tayshia completely off guard, and the December 21st episode ended in tears inside her as she tried to figure out what to do. After all, Zac and Ivan were already waiting for the rose ceremony and had no idea what was going on behind the scenes! Everything will happen when the second part of the finale airs on December 22nd at 8:00 p.m. on ABC.