No mistletoe in sight! Tayshia Adams is avoiding one factor this vacation season: her exes.
The previous Bachelorette, 32, shared a playful TikTok video about her former flames making an attempt to get again in contact together with her — however made it clear she wasn’t taking the bait. “Women, keep protected this vacation season🤪,” she captioned the Wednesday, December 21, add.
Within the footage, Adams sat at a espresso store desk whereas bundled up for the winter climate. The previous ABC character donned a pair of darkish sun shades as she danced in her seat. “Once they hit you with the Merry Christmas textual content,” learn a caption throughout the display because the phrase “Nope” repeated over a hip-hop beat within the audio.
The California native made her actuality TV debut throughout Colton Underwood‘s season 23 of The Bachelor in 2019. She ended the journey within the last two earlier than returning for an additional shot at discovering The One on season 6 of Bachelor in Paradise. She briefly sparked a reference to John Paul Jones, however the pair’s flame in the end fizzled out.
Adams appeared on the franchise as soon as extra in 2020, taking up as lead of The Bachelorette season 16. Clare Crawley kicked off the season however left two weeks into filming after falling head over heels for now-ex Dale Moss.
Throughout the December 2020 finale, Adams bought engaged to Zac Clark. “I got here right here as a result of I used to be purported to be right here, and I got here right here as a result of I used to be purported to fall in love with you,” the 38-year-old New Jersey native gushed as he popped the query. “Nothing has felt so proper my whole life. You’ve helped me expertise the love I didn’t know existed.”
Regardless of their robust chemistry, Us Weekly confirmed the duo’s break up in November 2021. “They finally realized it wasn’t going to work and their relationship ran its course,” a supply defined on the time, including that the twosome hadn’t “even began wedding ceremony planning” earlier than calling it quits.
Earlier this month, the previous “Click on Bait” podcast cohost opened up about what she’s realized since looking for love on actuality TV. “My greatest lesson [was] simply to stay true to me and I really feel like I did that,” she solely advised Us. “I’m actually happy with that and I really feel like some individuals get caught up within the mixture of every little thing and I believe one of the simplest ways — one of the best observe — is simply to be you.”
Adams went on to shed mild about why she and Clark pulled the plug on their engagement. “Him and I each know the reality and the place we stand, and I’ve truly by no means stated something within the media about our relationship apart from [that] we’re not collectively,” she famous. “And I do know individuals would possibly assume in any other case, however that’s actually the one assertion we’ve ever given out. I believe that’s simply one thing about maturity and the way we determined to proceed and yeah, on the finish of the day, nobody else must know anything.”
Although followers have puzzled whether or not she’s moved on — Adams was linked to a chef named Dorian this summer season and sparked relationship rumors with Bravo’s Austen Kroll — the phlebotomist confirmed she’s single.
“Folks actually need me to be in a pair relationships. … My greatest precedence, in truth, I’ve stated it earlier than, I do know individuals don’t consider me, nevertheless it was actually simply engaged on me,” she advised Us. “And simply type of discovering my very own [way] in New York Metropolis, but in addition specializing in the issues that actually make me completely satisfied, that are my philanthropy efforts and I actually love the style trade as effectively, [and] health and my psychological well being.”