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‘Bachelor’ star Clare Crawley hints she has a new man in her life

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Bachelor” star Clare Crawley got plenty of support when she told Juan Pablo off during the finale and it sounded like she wanted to share her thoughts of being led on. During the finale, she revealed that she thought he had led her on and had said things that had made her question why she was there. But it sounds like she has moved on. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on March 18, “Bachelor” star Clare Crawley is now revealing that she has moved on from the show and she is hinting that she possibly has a new man in her life.

She recently went on Good Morning America where she spoke about her experiences on the show. “The greatest thing is that I have zero regrets. I went into this feeling I’m going to be 100 percent open and I’m going to be 100 percent myself and I’m going to think about what I do. And because I thought and then acted, I’m proud of that,” she revealed. As to a new relationship, all she wanted to say was "I’m very happy...The good thing is it’s not on TV right now.”

While she didn’t confirm that she was dating a new man, it sounds like she is very happy. Even though the finale just aired last week, Clare has been home for at least four months. She has had plenty of time to get settled in and find love after her massive heartbreak from Juan Pablo.

What do you think of her statement?


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