Bachelor’s Hunter Haag on Susie Evans, Clayton Echard Put up-Cut up
Conserving tabs. Hunter Haag revealed how Susie Evans is doing after her break up from Clayton Echard earlier this yr.
“I discuss to Susie fairly a bit,” Haag, 30, completely instructed Us Weekly on Saturday, November 5, whereas attending the Bachelor in Paradise Tastemaker occasion. “She’s doing properly.”
The North Carolina native — who grew to become pals with Evans, 29, whereas competing for Echard’s coronary heart on season 26 of The Bachelor — added, “She’s thriving. Her enterprise is doing nice, so we like to see it.”
Serene Russell, who was roommates with the Virginia native throughout the ABC actuality sequence, additionally chimed in on Evans’ present way of thinking.
“She’s taking time to pursue her pictures and journey and simply actually maintain herself,” the Bachelor in Paradise star, 27, completely instructed Us on Saturday, confirming that she is doing “very well” proper now.
Russell concluded: “We simply need our pals to be pleased.”
Evans first met Echard whereas filming season 26 of the present in late 2021. The Missouri native, 29, raised eyebrows when he abruptly despatched the videographer house throughout their fantasy suites date after she confessed she was uncomfortable with him sleeping with the opposite two contestants — Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia — shortly earlier than a possible proposal.
Echard, nonetheless, didn’t surrender on the romance. He tried to win Evans again throughout the present’s finale, however she dumped him over the past rose ceremony. The twosome revealed throughout the After the Remaining Rose particular in March 2022 that they have been giving their romance a second probability.
Sixth months later, the previous Bachelor Nation couple introduced their break up.
“We’re not going to say there’s not the likelihood, however there’s nonetheless quite a lot of ache that got here from your entire state of affairs itself that, I feel, we are able to each say we’re form of far off from therapeutic from proper now,” Echard instructed host Kaitlyn Bristowe on the “Off the Vine” podcast in October, one month after going public along with his breakup. “We want extra time. I don’t know if that’s three, six months, a yr, two years, no matter, however like, the harm continues to be too recent.”
Later that month, the previous soccer participant instructed E! Information that he was “not trying to date proper now,” confessing that he was “not mentally healed” from his current heartbreak.
Bachelor in Paradise airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET.
With reporting by Hannah Kahn