Will Election Results Interfere With ‘The Bachelorette’?

The Bachelorette airs tonight after being rescheduled to accommodate Election Day protection on ABC. However, election outcomes may nonetheless affect tonight’s episode as some key battleground states have but to be known as for both presidential candidate.

Host Chris Harrison took to Twitter to supply an replace on tonight’s episode, writing, “PSA for #BachelorNation Tonight #TheBachelorette will air in its entirety. If there’s breaking information @ABC will break in however you will not miss a factor. But we could go over the two hour mark so should you’re recording prolong the top time to be protected.”

The Bachelorette is scheduled to air tonight at 8/7c.

Stars of Bachelor Nation Are Also Awaiting Election Result

The stars of Bachelor Nation have turn into more and more vocal about their participation within the 2020 election, advocating for registration, voting and now sharing their experiences awaiting the outcomes.

Politics was even theorized as a cause behind former Bachelorette Becca Kufrin’s cut up from ex-fiancé Garrett Yrigoyen. While Kufrin has been vocally in assist of Joe Biden’s bid for the White House, Yrigoyen has made no secret of his vote for Donald Trump.

Despite their political variations, when somebody commented on one of her Instagram posts, “Now I do know the actual cause he left and do not blame him. He may achieve this a lot better with a stage headed lady,” she responded, “it is a disgrace that is the sentiment that folks resort to.”

Chase McNary and James Taylor are amongst different vocal Trump supporters in Bachelor Nation. Flare is also reporting Harrison and former Bachelor Peter Weber are registered Republicans, although it’s unclear who they assist on this election. Rachel Lindsay, Mike Johnson and present frontrunner of Clare Crawley’s season, Dale Moss, are amongst Bachelor Nation’s Biden supporters.

‘The Bachelorette’ Will Return to Its Regularly Scheduled Time Next Week

While Bachelor Nation reveals are usually a staple of Monday nights, manufacturing delays amid the COVID-19 pandemic delayed this season’s launch. With Dancing With The Stars airing on Monday, The Bachelorette was relegated to Tuesday evening which put it in direct battle with Election Day.

Despite this week’s rescheduled displaying, subsequent week it should air on November 10 at 8/7c and keep on Tuesdays via the rest of the season. Popsugar is predicting the next schedule for the rest of the season:

“Thursday, Nov. 5 — Episode 4: Clare leaves and Tayshia arrives! Note that this episode is on a distinct evening than traditional due to Election Day protection on Tuesday, Nov. 3

Tuesday, Nov. 10 — Episode 5: One-on-one date, group date, two-on-one date

Tuesday, Nov. 17 — Episode 6: One-on-one date, group date, one-on-one date

Tuesday, Nov. 24 — Episode 7: One-on-one date, second one-on-one date, third one-on-one date

Tuesday, Dec. 1 — Episode 8: Some type of “meet the household” dates. This would normally be the hometown visits week, however with COVID-19 filming restrictions, we’re assuming that there will not be any touring out to the hometowns — households would possibly go to the resort after quarantining or do some sort of digital go to.

Tuesday, Dec. 8 — Episode 9: Fantasy suites

Tuesday, Dec. 15 — Episode 10: “The Men Tell All” particular episode

Tuesday, Dec. 22 — Episode 11: Part one of many season finale

Tuesday, Dec. 29 — Episode 12: Part two of the season finale and the “After the Rose” particular”

Source: heavy.com


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