Did Gabby Windey quit? Host Jesse Palmer tells Rachel Recchia she's the 'only Bachelorette'
Based on the previews, it may seem like Gabby took a page from her predecessor Clare Crawley's book and left the dating show mid-way at first glance
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: After being named as the lead on 'The Bachelorette' Season 19, best friends Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia, hoped to take back the power and finally find love on their own terms. Unfortunately for them, despite being the bachelorettes, they still couldn't escape getting rejected by their suitors. Considering there were two ladies, the suitors could decide who they wanted to pursue, leaving both Gabby and Rachel in tears on multiple occasions.
With Rachel crying on nearly every episode and threatening to quit, 'The Bachelorette' fans were well aware that the experience was pretty grueling. Though Gabby had her fair share of rejections and setbacks, the ICU nurse handled it much better than her fellow bachelorette. So, when the dating show's fans saw host Jesse Palmer tell Rachel that Gabby wouldn't be joining her and that she was the 'only bachelorette', fans were beyond shocked. Many began wondering if this meant that Gabby quit the show mid-season. Read on to know if Gabby really quit the show during fantasy suites or if the preview clip was yet another craftily edited scene to pique our interest.
Did Gabby Windey quit 'The Bachelorette' Season 19?
Based on the previews, it may seem like Gabby took a page from her predecessor Clare Crawley's book and left the dating show mid-way at first glance. But we believe that the ICU nurse finished filming the season and left with a Neil Lane engagement ring! In the preview for the upcoming episode, we see Gabby in a conversation with her suitor Erich Schwer, He can be heard saying that he doesn't like watching Gabby with other men. In the next scene, we see Gabby walking away in tears wondering if she's too broken to be loved. Later Jesse tells Rachel that Gabby won't be joining them and that she's the only bachelorette!
Gabby picked Jason, Johnny, and Erich for her hometown dates. Unfortunately for her, both Jason and Johnny confided in their family members that they weren't ready to get engaged to Gabby or take the next step in their relationship. Interestingly enough, neither of them informed this to Gabby leaving her in the dark, and letting her dream of their futures together. We think Jason and Johnny may have come clean about their hesitation to get engaged to her, leading to Gabby getting very emotional and wondering if she's too broken to be loved. So, she may have canceled her dates and decided to take some time out for herself. We believe that Gabby eventually returned and finished the season by getting engaged to the only suitor left- Erich. So, the preview hinting at her exit can be safely classified as dramatic editing.
'The Bachelorette' fans took to Twitter to express their shock and theories behind the preview clip. A fan tweeted, "Ummm what was that?! Does Gabby quit this season?! #TheBachelorette." "Gabby was like hol up u were tryna leave ??? #TheBachelorette," wrote a fan. "Gabby is not joining Rachel omg #TheBachelorette," commented a fan. "WAIT HOLD ON "GABBY WILL NOT BE JOINING YOU"?!?!?! What?! #TheBachelorette," echoed a fan. "Prediction: Erich gives Gabby an ultimatum and she leaves with him and they just edited it to make it look sad #TheBachelorette," speculated a fan. "Poor Gabby…. These guys joining a show that ends in engagement and not wanting to get engaged…. She deserves better #TheBachelorette," observed a fan.
WAIT HOLD ON "GABBY WILL NOT BE JOINING YOU"?!?!?! What?!— Betsy Tabor (@BetsyTabor) August 23, 2022
Prediction: Erich gives Gabby an ultimatum and she leaves with him and they just edited it to make it look sad #TheBachelorette— Grace Griffaton (@GraceGriffaton) August 23, 2022
Poor Gabby…. These guys joining a show that ends in engagement and not wanting to get engaged…. She deserves better #TheBachelorette— Sam ✨ (@xoxoxoitssam) August 23, 2022
'The Bachelorette' Season 19 airs every Monday at 8/7c on ABC.
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