Kaitlyn Bristowe knows what it’s like to share the Bachelorette title with another woman, because she’s been there and done that. Seven years before ABC named Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windey co-leads of season 19 of The Bachelorette, Kaitlyn briefly shared the title with Britt Nilsson in 2015, before the men voted for the Canadian to be the lead — and she’s not afraid
Hayden Markowitz has had a tough ride on The Bachelorette. After making some really rough comments about co-leads Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windey, which were subsequently reported to Rachel by one of the other suitors, Rachel finally escorted Hayden to the door — um, gangway — of the cruise ship they’re currently inhabiting. “For those
After thoughtlessly describing The Bachelorette co-lead Gabby Windey as being “rough around the edges” (to her face!), contestant Hayden Markowitz is now trying to backtrack on his hurtful words, claiming he misspoke. “What a night, with so many emotions going on I have to say I have an overwhelming amount of respect for Gabby and Rachel [Recchia],” Hayden
Now that’s how a man takes responsibility for his mistakes: admit he was wrong, offer a sincere and heartfelt apology, learn from that mistake and move on. Jacob Rapini is apologizing to The Bachelorette co-lead Gabby Windey after catching some heat from fans over the way he spoke to her on last Monday’s episode, as reported by US Magazine.