Tayshia doesn’t need drama on The Bachelorette Season 16, Episode 7
All’s fair in love and reality TV when it comes to The Bachelorette. Well, that is until Tayshia has a newsflash for the guys. Don’t miss a beat of The Bachelorette Season 16, Episode 7.
During the episode, the men will need to write a song for Tayshia. This isn’t about who has the best singing voice or who has the best musical talent. After all, this isn’t Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart. The task is more about showing off who they are and what they bring to the table for Tayshia.
Meanwhile, six of the guys will head off for a game of truth or dare with Tayshia. Our lead has the help of two former leads on the show to create the best game possible.
No time for drama on The Bachelorette Season 16, Episode 7
There’s one thing for certain, though. Tayshia is not going to put up with drama for the sake of drama in the house.
When someone needs to be called out, that’s fine. We get it. Tensions run high, and there are times that someone needs to be knocked down a peg or two. However, just like the women on The Bachelor, the men on The Bachelorette tend to start drama for the sake of it. And Tayshia is not having any of it.
She even tells them just that in the preview for the episode. Anyone who wants to start drama for the sake of it is out. She doesn’t need that in her life. And I love her for saying this.
Check out the promo and synopsis for The Bachelorette Season 16, Episode 7:
Seven men compete for the only one-on-one date by writing and performing a love song for Tayshia; Becca Kufrin and Sydney Lotuaco help Tayshia plan an outrageous game of truth or dare for six of the men.
Don’t miss out on the all-new episode of The Bachelorette. You can catch up on Hulu, but you can also watch live with the following details: