Bullied Bachelorette comes out during Pride Month

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Clayton Echard and Bachelorettes

Most Bachelor fans remember Elizabeth Corrigan as the Bachelorette who was bullied by villain Shanae Ankney on Clayton Echard’s season of The Bachelor. Ankney attacked the real estate agent for admitting to having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). As Screen Rant points out, “fans felt sorry for Elizabeth when Shanae mocked her.”

Corrigan was also at the center of season 26’s infamous “shrimp gate scandal,” which can be relived vicariously youtube.

That “red flag‘ controversy, in which Ankney Echard said Corrigan should go home for unfounded reasons, helped fuel the conflict between the two women – and the rest of the house. The animosity continued through “The Women Tell All.” As throughout the season, the majority of the other Bachelorettes stood up for Corrigan and slandered Ankney on the TWTA live special.


Corrigan is ready to embrace her true self

On June 26, 2022, Corrigan posted a photo of himself Instagram She wore a rainbow tube top, which she captioned in part with the statement, “I am, always have been and always will be bisexual. 🌈”

The 33-year-old expressed in the post that she feels scared every time she reveals this information and she doesn’t want others to experience that kind of senseless fear.

Corrigan seems determined to help others love themselves for who they are and isn’t afraid to express themselves openly. She wrote: “What’s more important to me at the end of the day is being myself. Authentic. Really. Raw. So maybe one person will feel less alone…if that one is you. I have you. I am here – I will answer. You are not alone.”

Corrigan ended the post by saying, “Hoping that one day fear will transform into what it should be… PRIDE. only love All the best. Today and every day beyond. Moments count.”

Instagram users were immensely supportive of Corrigan, expressing herself in a way that was completely at odds with how Ankney spoke to her on The Bachelorette. Starring Bachelorette, Olivia Caridi, Posted, “I’m so damn proud of you and love you to the moon! #PROUD.”

Another poster explained“So proud of you guys! I wish I could have celebrated with you today.” Read a post“YES!! happy pride!!! one of my FAVE Bach Nation contestants – ty for being you!!!”

Other supporter wrote, “First thought: I love this post 🌈🌈🌈 Second thought: That makes so much sense! This fits with how you brought so much fire, heart, passion and awareness of complex identities to your Bachelor 💜”


Is there someone special in your life?

A May 15, 2022 Screen Rant article announced that Corrigan recently initiated a “soft start” in her relationship with former “Bachelor” contestant Romeo Alexander. The outlet adds, “While Elizabeth and Romeo have not confirmed anything, the intimacy of their outing sure looks official.”

Alexander appeared on Michelle Young’s season of The Bachelorette. Corresponding Bachelor Nation Wiki, he was eliminated in week four. He is a Harvard graduate and mathematician. Crimson.com claims, “Romeo has always been analytical to rose ceremonies, where suitors are eliminated and favored candidates are more likely to make it to the next episode; If there’s a villain in the crowd, that would be another rose to win.”

There don’t seem to have been any updates on Corrigan and Alexander’s relationship for the past month.

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Brian Ashcraft

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