Transcript for The new ‘Bachelorette’ gets candid with her suitors
Looking forward to that now we get over to our "Gma" cover story. The season of the bachelorette making headlines once again, this time for a really powerful conversation between tayshia Adams and one of her suitors opening up about being biracial and what the black lives matter movement means to her. Exact same skin tone I feel like almost. Kind of funny. We do. Reporter: One of the bachelorette's most candid conversations. It's been like crazy stuff that's happened this year. Absolutely. Ith covid and then, you know, George Floyd and it's just like changed me as a man honestly. How have the events of the worldaffected you? Just the ware the world is right now, it's a lot. Reporter: Tayshia connecting with contestant Ivan hall on their shared experience growing up biracial and the impact they feel from the country's cultural reckoning. I think being in Orange county surrounded by a lot of people that don't look like me. 100%. Being the only person that looks like me I'm realizing that I've been trying so hard my whole life to like blend in because I knew I was different. But -- For sure. Hearing people yell black lives matter is -- it hit me more than I realized because those are people in my backyard I've been trying to prove for so long I'm the same as them. Reporter: Bachelor nation weighing in across social media. One writing, it was difficult and real. I'm so happy we finally got to see and hear something like this on bachelorette. Hearing their conversations together was really highlighting this common issue we know is pretty common stressor for the biracial community and this is that desire to want to belong within a community. Reporter: Tayshia revealing on Instagram the moment she knew she was different from the people around her writing, it wasn't until fourth grade when I had my first cognitive encounter with someone not wanting to associate with me based on the color of my skin. Watching these two people interact with each other, it was showing raw emotion of what it means to be contending with being biracial and being black in America? We're both biracial. Have black dads and, you know, we have this beautiful love story developing. This is just so big. This is crazy. I think so too. Really important conversation and on that platform that exposed so many people to it, the bachelorette airs Tuesdays here on ABC.
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