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Tayshia Adams May Have Revealed Her Bachelorette Ending On Instagram

She took a page from Clare Crawley’s book and flashed a ring on *that* finger.

Tayshia Adams, 'The Bachelor' alum who replaces Clare Crawley on 'The Bachelorette.'
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Spoilers ahead for Season 16 of The Bachelorette. Prior to Tayshia Adams’ Bachelorette arrival, there was heavy speculation that she left the show without finding true love. But her season just got even more interesting because her Dec. 1 Instagram Story hinted otherwise. While chatting with her followers, she flashed a ring on *that* finger, and a closer look revealed that it could be an engagement ring — in other words, it’s quite large and sparkly.

The ring appeared while Tayshia shared her morning coffee routine. "Random fact about me," she captioned the video, "when WFH I like to drink my morning coffee in a plastic wine glass LOL." Later, she snapped a selfie sipping from the vessel, the ring in clear sight.

If she really was wearing an engagement ring, that would be quite the slip-up. But similar mistakes have happened before. If the ring in question isn’t an engagement ring, perhaps Tayshia pulled a Clare Crawley and is wearing it as a promise of self-love. However, in a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, Tayshia admitted to falling for multiple contestants on the show.

"I didn't know it was possible to fall in love with multiple people," she told ET reporter Lauren Zima. "But when you just really lean into the journey and really be vulnerable, you never know what can happen. And it happened to me." When Zima asked if she got engaged, Tayshia answered with a vague, “Possibly!”

According to Reality Steve, Tayshia did give out a final rose but didn’t get engaged on the show. However, the proposal could’ve taken place in the three months since filming wrapped. So, whether or not the ring is part of the puzzle, Tayshia’s ending might shake out to be one we didn’t expect.

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