Oh Snap, Blake Exposes Caelynn for Being in 'Bachelorette' Negotiations While They Were Talking

Much like the Little Engine That Could, Blake Horstmann literally refuses to give up on his side of the Caelynn Miller-Keyes drama. In a new podcast interview with Rachel Lindsay and Ali Fedotowsky, Blake dished about his pre-Bachelor in Paradise relationship with Caelynn, and made alllll kinds of new accusations about her.

First of all, Blake claims he and Caelynn started talking in mid-December of last year, and definitely weren’t FaceTiming three times a day. “The first time I ever [met her] on FaceTime [with Colton Underwood] was mid-December… We talked until about mid-March,” he said. “We definitely didn’t FaceTime three times a day. We did FaceTime, but it wasn’t three times a day.”

Blake then claimed that Colton knew they were talking, which was why he allegedly looked iffy during her emotional moment on Women Tell All. “I think you even saw it on Colton’s face a little bit,” Blake said. “He knew we were talking.”

He THEN said that during the Women Tell All, Caelynn was actually in negotiations to be ABC’s next Bachelorette: “It was a little bit confusing for me, too, because the whole time we were talking she was in negotiations to be Bachelorette and wanted to be Bachelorette.”


Blake believes that for these reasons, he was justified in not thinking they were in a serious relationship. “She wanted to be the Bachelorette and she was ready to leave and do that right away, but suddenly it’s, like, this very serious and exclusive relationship,” he said. “Why act how you did on Women Tell All and the fact that you want to be Bachelorette and months later, we’re in this very serious relationship?”

Caelynn has maintained that she and Blake were in a deeper relationship than he let on, saying on Instagram (after their Stagecoach hookup was exposed and after he released their private texts), “The reality of the situation is that Blake was not a one night stand at a music festival and the 5 am text exchange that Blake chose to share is not an accurate representation of our past relationship.”

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