“The producers had told me beforehand, they were like, ‘Listen, she only one guy, she really feels really attracted to him and she only wants him,’” the Bachelor season 11 alum recalled, noting that Clare said she was really “trying” to give the other men a chance.According to DeAnna, season 13 Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay was the only other person “in the know” about the drama surrounding Clare’s season because she was supposed to film with the Sacramento native too. Us confirmed in August that Tayshia Adams took over for Clare because she and Dale, 32, got engaged within the first two weeks of filming.“Pretty much all [the producers] asked me about was Clare and Dale. And they were, like, ‘Wouldn’t that be really great if this was their love story? And it was love at first sight,’” DeAnna recalled. “Then everything starts turning and I’m like, ‘They’re totally setting this up for the Clare and Dale show!’”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – While DeAnna, who has spent time with Clare and Dale in recent weeks, thinks they are the real deal, Bachelorette viewers have been hard on the couple via social media.“Since I was the only one who knew what happened, we would talk quite a bit through the process and I just felt bad,” DeAnna said. “[This should have been] a time in her life that was most joyful and that she was super excited about and she was pretty much like, ‘I’m deleting my Instagram, I can’t watch the show, I can’t handle the things that people are saying about me.’ And that’s wrong. Social media robbed the joy from what this should be for her.”For more from DeAnna — including her reaction to Chrishell Stause almost nabbing her Bachelorette role and thoughts on Tayshia’s first night as the Bachelorette — listen to Us Weekly’s “Here for the Right Reasons” podcast. According to DeAnna, she and Clare were set to quiz the men on their knowledge of “lady parts,” but the hairstylist canceled the date after backlash from the contestants over the strip dodgeball date.“[Clare] really stood her ground and was like, ‘Listen, I just put these guys through strip dodgeball, I don’t want to put them through something else that is really, really silly,’” DeAnna explained while telling Us about her winter survival must-haves, including Aloisia Beauty for self-care. “We talked for probably two and a half hours and unfortunately, you see two minutes of us just talking about Dale, Dale, Dale. … But really, we talked about everything. We talked about all of the guys.”Courtesy of DeAnna Pappas/InstagramDeAnna added that she went to the set to “encourage” Clare.- Advertisement – Scoop from the source! DeAnna Pappas — one of the only people who knew Clare Crawley was secretly engaged to Dale Moss — joined Us Weekly’s “Here for the Right Reasons” podcast to reveal what really happened when she visited the OG season 16 Bachelorette at La Quinta Resort in Palm Springs in July.“Don’t get me wrong, we talked about Dale a lot, but I went into the conversation with Clare and there was supposed to be a date that day,” the season 4 Bachelorette, 38, began about her chat with Clare, 39, which aired during the October 27 episode.- Advertisement –
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Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The first-place Dodgers (85-62) retained their lead of 8 1/2 games over the Giants and also reduced their magic number to clinch the NL West to seven with the Giants’ loss to Arizona.The Pirates (88-60), holding down the first wild-card spot in the National League, snapped their four-game losing streak.Mark Melancon picked up his 47th save.Kershaw was asked about his stuff. He spoke in hushed tones.“It was all right,” he said. “Not bad. It was OK. Just … I don’t know, it was all right. I don’t have much to say, I guess. But it was fine.” There were two keys to this loss that bugged Kershaw. He had Andrew McCuthen in a 1-2 hole in the top of the third inning, yet McCutchen worked the count full before whacking a two-run double down the right-field line for a 2-1 Pirates lead.The Dodgers, who got an RBI single by returning Howie Kendrick in the first, tied the game with an RBI double by A.J. Ellis in the bottom of the seventh. Not long after, Kershaw gave up the double to Polanco to begin the eighth.It was the hit by McCutchen that Kershaw most disliked.“I don’t know if frustrating is the right word,” Kershaw said, “but you don’t want to give up two runs on a hit when you’ve got two strikes on a guy.”Dodgers manager Don Mattingly intimated Kershaw pitched well enough to win. He reminded reporters how good the Pirates are this year.“Those guys aren’t where they’re at for no reason,” he said. “You’ve gotta run through that set of righties, you’ve gotta fight for every out. And that’s what they make you do and that’s what Clayton had to do. It speaks to how good they are and how good he is, obviously.”The good news is, Kershaw now has 272 strikeouts and figures to have a good shot to reach 300 for the first time.“Not really,” he said, when asked if he cares about that. “Not too much. Just trying to get outs.”Hatcher wasn’t thrilled, either, about the double he allowed to Ramirez that plated Polanco.“It was pretty frustrating,” Hatcher said. “Threw a slider, didn’t have any lateral movement on it and he put a good swing on it.”Liriano was very good. Corey Seager, who has been hitting lefties so well, went 0-for-2 with a strikeout against Liriano.“He’s good,” Seager said. “He was on his game. He commanded well, threw it where he needed to. He was impressive.”Liriano was pleased with his outing.“Everything felt good today, and I was able to throw any pitch in any location,” he said. “I had my good fastball today, and that helped me with my breaking stuff. So I just tried to go as deep as I can. Getting ahead early in the count is the whole key for me.”There was some worrisome news. Third baseman Justin Turner left the game in the seventh inning with left knee soreness. Turner said post-game that he would likely be out of the lineup for Sunday’s series finale.“Earlier in the year I fouled a ball off my knee, same spot, so I don’t know if it’s something that’s lingering from that, scare tissue or whatnot,” Turner said. “It just kind of got almost unbearable.“It doesn’t really prevent me from doing anything, it’s just a bit uncomfortable.” Turner said he was hopeful this isn’t something he’ll have to deal with the rest of the season.“Hopefully, take some medicine, some anti-inflammatories or something and let it calm down for a day or two and get right back on the horse.” Clayton Kershaw was rather subdued about 9:15 Saturday night. He had just pitched seven-plus solid innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates, but they weren’t solid enough as the Pirates scored a run in the top of the eighth to break a 2-2 tie on their way to a 3-2 victory over the Dodgers before 49,441 at Dodger Stadium.It was the first loss for Kershaw (14-7) since June 27 as he had won nine consecutive decisions. He allowed three earned runs on seven hits. He struck out eight and walked two on 100 pitches, coming out after giving up a leadoff double to Gregory Polanco to open the eighth. His ERA rose from 2.12 to 2.18.Polanco scored on a double by Aramis Ramirez off reliever Chris Hatcher for what proved to be the winning run. Fellow southpaw Francisco Liriano (11-7) picked up the victory. He allowed two earned runs on five hits, striking out nine and walking two over seven innings.