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Zach Shallcross Opens Up About Fantasy Suite Date With Rachel Recchia: ‘She Treated Her Like A Total Stranger’

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“Bachelor” Zach Shallcross opened up about what went wrong during his fantasy suite night with former “Bachelorette” Rachel Recchia on Friday, January 20 episode of the “Almost Famous” podcast.

Here’s what you need to know:

The ABC star told host Ashley Iaconetti that Recchia treated him “like a stranger” during their night out and revealed their last date wasn’t pleasant.

“There was a complete lack of communication,” he said. “When we got to the actual Fantasy Suite and had the time to chat and sort things out ahead of what might be the most important date of our lives, she treated me like I was a complete stranger.”

Shallcross said the night felt like a job interview and said his answers were “never good enough” for Recchia.

“There was no consolation,” he said to Ashley.

The “Bachelor” star said his last date with Rachel asked him if her feelings for him were genuine.

“Does she even care about me like I care about her — or at all?” he said on the podcast.

Shallcross ended his relationship with Recchia after the fantasy suite date, telling host Jesse Palmer that his time on The Bachelorette felt “fake.”

“Her answer – it felt so cold. I thought maybe I meant more,” Shallcross said on the show, Us Weekly reported.

Shallcross’s recent appearance on the Almost Famous podcast isn’t the first time the Bachelorette grad has opened up about his split from Recchia.

In a January 2023 interview with Us Weekly, Shallcross said he had “a lot of question marks” during his time at Recchia.

“There were a lot of question marks and a lot of guessing. And when it came down to the final season with Rachel, a lot of things came into play and there were a lot of big question marks and surprises, and that leads to a shock,” he said.

The California native said he doesn’t want to repeat history on his season of The Bachelor, stressing the importance of communication in his interview with Us Weekly.

“One thing I’m proud of is the fact that we’re able to communicate end-to-end [my time as the Bachelor]’ he told the outlet. “So I even said to all the women on the first night, whether good or bad, please tell me how you feel. Because I will I know what I want out of it and I know what it takes to have that healthy relationship… communication. And that’s what Rachel and I missed last season.”

“The Bachelor” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on ABC.

CONTINUE READING: The former ‘Bachelorette’ says she received ‘attacks’ on social media after Chris Harrison’s podcast premiered

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