Jen fails to show up for the Bachelorette reunion; Fabrice says he’s not gay.

Jen fails to show up for the Bachelorette reunion; Fabrice says he’s not gay.
The men gathered to “tell all” last night, and to extend The Bachelorette 3 by another episode. However, the bachelorette herself didn’t bother to show up. TVgasm watched so we didn’t have to, and notes that Jen “sent a recorded video message where she read off a teleprompter, ‘I’m sorry to Ryan and his family. I’m sorry to Stu. I’m sorry to everyone, please forgive me, blah blah blah.'” Chris Harrison also confronted Fabrice about the rumors that he’s gay, and Fabrice said definitively, “No, I am not.” Shortly after someone obnoxiously asked if he looked at other men in the shower, Fabrice responded defensively, saying, “I’m not going to fuck a woman on stage to prove I’m not gay.” And then, TVgasm says, “when Josh told Fabrice that he almost vomited watching him try to suck face with Jen, Fabrice responded with, ‘Try imagining my tongue down YOUR throat!'” No, not gay at all.

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