I Have ‘No Desire’ to Date After Zac Clark Split

On her personal — for now. Tayshia Adams is in “absolutely” no rush to begin relationship once more after her break up from former fiancé Zac Clark final year.

The season 16 Bachelorette, 31, solely opened up to Us Weekly about her love life on the Mercedes-Benz Oscar 2022 Viewing Party on the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles. “It’s pretty nonexistent for me right now,” she stated on Sunday, March 27. “I really have no desire [to date]. … Maybe [in] a year from now.”

Adams continued, “I feel like my main focus right now is myself, my career, my mental health, my happiness, my family, my friends and really just becoming my own [person], and I’m really happy with that.”

Tayshia Adams Says Her Dating Life Is Pretty Nonexistent After Splitting From Fiance Zac Clark

Tayshia Adams attends the Mercedes-Benz Academy Awards Viewing Party on March 27, 2022.
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When requested whether or not she’s caught the attention of any former Bachelor Nation members since her breakup, the California native stated she pays little consideration to flirty advances on social media. “I don’t even look at my DMs,” she advised Us. “So no, I don’t know. And if they did [DM me, I’d say], ‘Hi, hello. But a girl’s working, OK? I got s–t to do today.’”

Viewers met the phlebotomist throughout Colton Underwood‘s season 23 of The Bachelor in 2019 earlier than she appeared on Bachelor in Paradise that summer time. In 2020, she was chosen to step up because the lead for season 16 after Clare Crawley left with now-ex Dale Moss two weeks into filming. Adams and Clark, 38, acquired engaged through the December 2020 finale.

“I came here because I was supposed to be here, and I came here because I was supposed to fall in love with you,” Clark gushed throughout his proposal. “Nothing has felt so right my entire life. You’ve helped me experience the love I didn’t know existed. … I love you because you are a strong, independent woman, who makes everyone better. I love you because you believe in me.”

Us confirmed practically one year later that the truth stars pulled the plug on their romance, with a supply solely revealing that there was “noticeable tension” between the duo earlier than they known as it quits.

“They eventually realized it wasn’t going to work and their relationship ran its course,” a second insider advised Us in November 2021, including that the twosome hadn’t “even started wedding planning” earlier than their breakup.

Though she might not have her sights set on a brand new suitor proper now, Adams has an thought of what qualities she needs in a future accomplice. “Someone that’s strong, supportive, kind, ambitious, empathetic,” she advised Us on Sunday. “I don’t know. Just a good man.”

Following her two-season run as Kaitlyn Bristowe‘s cohost of The Bachelorette, the previous “Click Bait” podcaster is taking a break from the ABC collection as Jesse Palmer prepares to completely fill Chris Harrison‘s sneakers. Returning to actuality TV to meet her match may not be within the playing cards for Adams — however neither is swiping to discover love.

“You know, dating apps, I don’t think they are for me,” she defined. “I would love to meet somebody organically or a mutual friend of somebody because they kind of vet someone out to you.”

With reporting by Diana Cooper

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