Bachelor Nation’s Wells Adams admits Chris Harrison “probably won’t” marry him and Sarah Hyland
LOS ANGELES (August 6th, 2019) – In today’s episode of the hit podcast, The LadyGang, Bachelor Nation’s Wells Adams revealed that despite Chris Harrison marrying his fellow co-stars, Chris probably won’t marry him and Sarah Hyland. The full episode is available now on TheLadygang.com, PodcastOne.com, the PodcastOne app and Apple Podcasts.
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Below is an excerpt, as The Ladygang co-hosts, Keltie Knight, Becca Tobin and Jac Vanek, get the scoop on Wells and Sarah’s upcoming wedding:
On Wedding Size:
Keltie Knight: “Will you guys have a huge wedding? No, no showbiz people. Just make it small.”
Wells Adams: “It’ll be gigantic…Yeah, so that’s the thing! I am the youngest of 5 kids… I’ve got 5 nieces and nephews.”
On Wedding Planning:
Wells Adams: “…Not my call. This is all Sara’s call… I think that… I’m involved in the decision-making process, but…. It’s not like we’re launching nuclear missiles where we both have to turn a key… I’m like the assistant to be like, ‘yeah, you can turn the key now.’”
Keltie Knight: “Is Chris Harrison going to marry you?”
Wells Adams: “Probably not. I think we’ve got a couple cool ideas for that… But Chris will definitely be there for sure.”
On Last Names:
Keltie Knight: “Are you okay being Wells Hyland?”
Wells Adams: “No… But I told her that…”
Keltie Knight: “She should definitely not take your name, no offense.”
Wells Adams: “No, I was like, ‘I don’t have any ego about that… You can do whatever you want to do. And, also, you’ve built this empire and this brand with this name, so I wouldn’t expect you to do that.’ I think that she would make that decision on her own.”
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