Spencer Robertson made fairly the primary impression on The Bachelorette Season 16. When Tayshia Adams arrived as Clare Crawley’s alternative, producers launched 4 new suitors. Right off the bat, Spencer hit it off with Adams. However, he didn’t get together with the remainder of the solid. Now, Spencer has one thing to say about that second from the fifth week, hinting his time as The Bachelorette villain was short-lived.
Who is Spencer Robertson from Tayshia Adams’ season of ‘The Bachelorette’?
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According to Spencer’s Bachelorette profile, the 30-year-old is a water therapy engineer who lives in La Jolla, California. But there’s extra to the contestant than his job. Spencer additionally loves hanging out with buddies and staying energetic, which is fairly apparent in the event you scroll by his Instagram feed.
As you most likely know, Spencer gained Adams’ first impression rose on The Bachelorette Season 16 Episode 5. The new lead identified her total solid stepped as much as the plate and made her first night time unforgettable. But Spencer stood out above the remainder. Then when talking with Rachel Lindsay and Becca Kufrin on the Click Bait with Bachelor Nation podcast, Adams defined her first impression rose resolution.
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“To be honest with you, I think it was who caught my eye,” Adams mentioned within the Nov. 12 episode. “[Spencer] also — fun fact — reminds me of someone I used to date. So when he first came out of the limo, I had to fix my eyes a little bit because I thought it was somebody else. And he just made my heart skip a beat a little bit. I think that’s the first impression, isn’t it?”
Spencer additionally shared his personal response when stopping by Lindsay and Kufrin’s Bachelor Happy Hour podcast on Nov. 18.
“I did know the significance of it,” Spencer mentioned of Adams’ first impression rose. “So that made me pretty nervous. I was just like, holy cow. This is getting so real. Like I might be engaged in two weeks.”
Spencer Robertson explains what he mentioned to Tayshia Adams’ ‘Bachelorette’ solid
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While Spencer made impression on Adams, his first interplay with The Bachelorette solid was a little bit of a catastrophe. Spencer walked in and requested the contestants who “scared away” Crawley. But the joke didn’t land with the group. Then because the episode went on, Spencer constantly made feedback that rubbed the lads the incorrect means.
On the Click Bait podcast, Adams admitted she “would’ve acted the same” as Spencer on night time one, as the opposite solid members had been giving him the “cold shoulder.” But even so, Spencer admitted he was within the incorrect when talking with Lindsay and Kufrin on Bachelor Happy Hour.
“I had no idea that they had been put through the wringer with Clare,” Spencer mentioned, including he didn’t intend to return in like a villain. He initially thought the solid could be in excessive spirits as a result of they had been getting a brand new bachelorette. But he was incorrect.
“I have to take full responsibility for the fact that I misread the room,” Spencer continued. “I said things that if I were to do it again, I would never say. … Full disclosure, I’m a moron. I say stupid things all the time, and I did not have a strategy.”
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Spencer additionally revealed the confrontation from The Bachelorette Week 5 was really productive, which can clarify why the contestant light off into the background in week 6 as his friend, Noah Erb, slowly emerged as the brand new villain.
“At the conclusion of the first group date, the guys kind of confronted me. Kenny [Braasch], specifically, was like, ‘Yo, we think you’re kind of coming across as a d*ckhead,’” Spencer mentioned. “That was a very long talk in and of itself, and you only get to see a small portion of that. But that was actually a very productive talk.”
He added, “They said their peace, and I said, ‘OK, give me a chance. You guys will see my true colors.’ From that point forward, I definitely had to earn their respect back, I guess. Moving forward, it was not nearly as dramatic as that scene.”
For now, it appears to be like like Spencer has taken a step again from the drama. But what function will he play on Adams’ journey? We’ll have to attend and see. The Bachelorette airs Tuesday nights on ABC.
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