'The Bachelorette' 2022: Fans slam the show for canceling yet another rose ceremony, calls it 'absolutely unreal'

While Gabby is eager to conclude the rose ceremony, Erich is the only man she has left

'The Bachelorette' 2022: Fans slam the show for canceling yet another rose ceremony, calls it 'absolutely unreal'
Gabby Windey in 'The Bachelorette' 2022 (ABC)
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MEXICO: 'The Bachelorette' 2022 season has been filled with drama. As the franchise's first double Bachelorettes, Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia confronted unprecedented challenges. The season is coming to an end, and Gabby, Rachel, and their guys are facing some severe challenges.

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Jesse Palmer informed Rachel that Gabby would not be joining her for the rose ceremony on the September 6 episode of the show. Palmer could be seen informing Rachel at the end of the episode, "Gabby will not be joining you. You’re going to be the only Bachelorette here.”

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Gabby Windey in 'The Bachelorette' 2022 (ABC)
Gabby Windey in 'The Bachelorette' 2022 (ABC)

While Gabby is eager to get the rose ceremony over with since Erich is the only guy she has left, making her frightened of leaving alone, Rachel still has three guys remaining and only two roses to hand out. Tino is certain that their fantasy suite date went "flawlessly," while Aven envisions a future with Rachel. As he comes for the ceremony, Zach is feeling "sick to my stomach." He claims his fantasy suite talk with Rachel was "the most inauthentic conversation I’ve ever had in my life", and now it's his time to break out in a sweat. Jesse tells Rachel that Gabby will not be there, leaving her as the sole Bachelorette.

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For fans who had to go through quite a fair share of canceled rose ceremonies this season were certainly not happy as Rachel's rose ceremony was also not aired for being too "emotional." A disappointed fan tweeted right after the episode: "How it feels to watch 2 nights of nonsense and not even get a rose ceremony as a reward at the end #TheBachelorette." Some fans blaming Zach for the goof-up wrote: "We would’ve seen the rose ceremony tonight if Zach wouldn’t have pulled Rachel last minute!!!!! #TheBachelorette #bachelorette #BachelorNation." Blaming the editing on the show, one fan tweeted: "The editing on this show is so bad now.. leave off with Zack wanting to talk to Rachel and come back to Erich talking about a rose ceremony that isn’t happening #TheBachelorette." A few fans also felt that Rachel could be slightly happy about the fact that she was the solo bachelorette standing: "Furthermore the smirk on Rachel’s face when Jessie told her the rose ceremony would be all about her. Girl you are not all that. #JustSaying #bachelor #bachelorettes #BachelorNation #BacheloretteABC #BacheloretteParty #TheBachelorette."

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Frustrated fans went after the host for thinking viewers can't handle another 'emotional' rose ceremony: "THIS BABY BACK BITCH NAMED JESSE PALMER WITHHELD A ROSE CEREMONY BECAUSE HE DOESN'T THINK WE'RE PREPARED AND THEY WANNA DRAG OUT THE SEASON EVEN MORE #TheBachelorette #bachelorette." Throwing a dig at Gabby's canceled rose ceremony, a fan wrote: "Erich showing up to the rose ceremony and it’s just him and the producers #thebachelorette #bachelorette." Slamming the show for hanging it out there till the end and then canceling the rose ceremony, a fan tweeted: "Zack: Jesse, I’d like to talk to Rachel before the rose ceremony. Jesse: ok but you have to do it right before she picks up the first rose. #thebachelorette." Some fans were also disappointed as they were under the impressiont from previews that Gabby will head straight to engagement: "So the “Gabby will not be joining you today” clip was for a stupid rose ceremony and not an engagement finale? #TheBachelorette #bachelorette." Wishing to see a better episode next week a fan writes: "Absolutely unreal move here. Next week better live up to the hype and bring the drama. You can’t just stop showing us the rose ceremony to give us time to prepare ourselves for the drama and not deliver. #thebachelorette."

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'The Bachelorette' Season 19 airs on Tuesdays at 8/7c on ABC.

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