Relationship Built on Lust Ends Early for Former ‘Bachelorette’ Clare Crawley and Dale Moss

A second shot at love for Clare Crawley? Not on The Bachelorette, a source exclusively tells OK! of the leading lady who ditched the show prematurely to accept Dale Moss’ marriage proposal — only to have her heart broken mere months later. “Producers have made it very clear the Clare will not be returning to the show,” dishes the insider. “After Clare blew up the last season and left early leaving producers to scramble for the first time in the show’s history to find a replacement, it is fair to say that there is no love lost between the show and Clare Crawley.”

The reason Clare and Dale broke up after only a few months together isn’t as complicated as the mainstream media wants to make it seem. After all, the astute observer knows full well, after watching the opening episode of ‘The Bachelorette’ when they met for the first time, that this relationship was doomed from the start because it was built off of lust and not love. As explained by family therapist Racine Henry on “Lust is about a physical or sexual attraction whereas love might encompass lust, but it’s more emotional and is about actually caring for the other person.” So when Clare (a woman who had already been given several chances at finding love on the reality TV show) called Dale her ‘fiancé’ barely a minute after meeting him for the first time and then, in an unprecedented move, turned her back on the 20 or so men who took a break from their everyday lives to have a shot at marrying her and ran off with Dale after like 3 or 4 episodes, you just knew that she had chosen lust over love. And that’s why they’re no longer together and that’s why no one should feel sorry for either of them.

RELATED: Dale Moss Opens Up About ‘Difficult’ Clare Crawley Split: ‘This Didn’t Come Out of Nowhere’

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