Finally! Production is up and running for Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette. And, to make it even sweeter, Reality Steve is dishing out a few spoilers. Since the season is filming exclusively in one location, spoilers will probably be few and far between. So, the ones that do come out will have die hard fans excited and thirsty for more as her season continues to film.
Reality Steve shares who won Clare’s first impression rose
Of course there is no way to know how he knows, but Reality Steve is sharing a juicy spoiler. Earlier Wednesday evening, Steve sent a tweet out revealing Clare’s first impression rose recipient.
Steve shared 31-year-old Dale Moss was given Clare’s first impression rose. Dale is from Brandon, South Dakota, but lives in New York. It was believed due to social media activity that Dale never made it on the show or was eliminated night one. That is not true according to Steve. He not only made the cut and survived the first night, he received the coveted first rose from Clare.
(SPOILER): Although early social media activity was leading people to believe he never made it on the show or was eliminated night 1, that was never the case. Dale Moss received Clare’s first impression rose. pic.twitter.com/R5eqKRXhUZ
— RealitySteve (@RealitySteve) July 30, 2020
He revealed another minor spoiler
There isn’t much information to be shared, but Steve did share one other tiny, juicy tidbit. It is confirmed Clare and whoever accompanies her on Sunday’s date will be in for a spectacular sight. According to information Steve obtained, Clare and her date will be treated to a romantic firework display.
Steve shared a message put out by La Quinta Resort and Spa regarding the fireworks. The statement said fireworks would take place Sunday, August 2 instead of August 1. The time will be approximately 9:45 and last about five minutes. It was also shared the fireworks are for a private event and not open to the public.
Clare recently started filming her season of The Bachelorette July 18. Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss also shared that Clare’s first rose ceremony was complete on July 19.
The men on Clare’s season were announced just prior to the season starting to film. Due to the ongoing pandemic, all cast and crew were tested for Covid-19 prior to filming. They will all remain in this one location to keep cast and crew safe for the duration of filming.
It’s hard to imagine what this season may look like with all the changes occurring in the world. There have been a few leaked photos of Clare filming without her mask on. It will be interesting to see how the virus is addressed on the show and what precautions cast members will take.
Stay tuned for more spoilers as they become available. Clare’s season will air this fall on ABC.