'The Bachelorette' 2022: Fans praise Rachel and Gabby for kicking out 'tone-deaf' Chris before rose ceremony

While Chris had a few opinions on Fantasy Suites, Gabby and Rachel wasted no time in shutting him down


                            'The Bachelorette' 2022: Fans praise Rachel and Gabby for kicking out 'tone-deaf' Chris before rose ceremony
Chris on 'The Bachelorette' (ABC)
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It isn't a season of 'The Bachelorette' without a villain. From manipulation to talks about having their own spin-off, the reasons why a contestant can get blacklisted by their castmates and fans are endless. But, when it comes to damage control, it all boils down to what course of action the Bachelorette or Bachelor wants to take. And it looks like Gabby and Rachel are not playing around this season.

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Fantasy Suites has always been a touchy topic on the show, especially if it's brought up earlier on. And for Gabby and Rachel, whose time on Clayton's season ended badly thanks to Fantasy Suites and Susie's ultimatum, they certainly have been careful with how they approach their journey the second time around. However, it looks like the men had a slightly different idea.

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As the ladies set out on their one-on-one dates, the conversation about Fantasy Suites came up, with Chris taking the lead, voicing his opinion. He made it plenty clear that if he was the last one during those four dates and if any of the women had been initmate with other men, he'd leave without informing them. This didn't sit right with the group, who tried to discuss it further, only for the conversation to get heated. Ultimately, during the cocktail party, Quincey, along with Jordan and Hayden brought this to Rachel's notice who then informed Gabby. The ladies took Chris aside, however, Gabby and Rachel called him out for being condescending and asked him to leave the show. Chris reluctantly left, only to came back to the mansion, in an attempt to confront the guys who he had spoken to earlier. However, Gabby and Rachel swooped in immediately, insisting that he leave. Fans were glad that they didn't waste a moment in taking over the situation. 

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"Rach & Gabby tag teaming Tone Deaf Chris he actually asked what does he do now? LEAVE!! He ends up coming back in looking for the guys?!? #Bachelorette #TheBachelorette #BachelorNation" tweeted a fan. "Oh, boy. I was on the fence over this Chris thing but the AUDACITY of coming back through the house and trying to assemble your own constitutional convention?! No, honey! Just no. #TheBachelorette" said a fan. "I can't believe Chris literally went behind their backs and try to talk to the guys. Of course he will get caught. Who does that? They told them to f****** leave. #TheBachelorette" noted another. "It is these difficult moments where you have to kick out the creeps that having two leads is a good thing #TheBachelorette" wrote a fan. "So why was Chris allowed back in? Security? Why were the guys actually sitting there and following his instructions? Raise your hand if...? Uh no. Thank God Rachel and Gabby are there. They seem to be the only ones in charge. #TheBachelorette" said a fan. 

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What do you think? Were Gabby and Rachel right to ask Chris to go? Was he out of line when he made a comeback? Sound off in the comments below!

Catch 'The Bachelorette' on Mondays at 8 pm ET/PT on ABC. If you can also watch the show via your local ABC affiliate. 

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