Things are going to look much different this season on “The Bachelorette.” Due to a long-rumored early departure from series star Clare Crawley, ABC viewers can anticipate not one, but two first impression rose winners in Season 16.

Before the series kicks off on Tuesday, find out who Clare and her purported replacement, Tayshia Adams, chose to receive the honor.

On night one, Clare met a show-stopping 31 contestants but only one walked into the first rose ceremony with the coveted first impression rose. Reality Steve reports the chosen contestant was Dale Moss, a 32-year-old retired wide receiver from Brandon, South Dakota. As the story goes, Clare eventually quits the show mid-filming to be with Dale, whom she is said to still be with today.


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When it comes to Tayshia’s run, the spoiler king says its Spencer Roberston who earned the recognition. Spencer, a 30-year-old from La Jolla, California, was one of four men added to the cast after Clare prematurely left the series.


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Unlike past seasons of “The Bachelorette,” which historically see the first impression winner go far in the competition, Tayshia did not follow that trend with Spencer. He is reported to have not made it into Tayshia’s final four.

Catch the season premiere of “The Bachelorette” on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.

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Clare Crawley is pictured with her contestants during the season premiere of "The Bachelorette." ABC