Gabby Windey Reveals If Logan Would Have Made Hometowns

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The Bachelorette Gabby Windey is opening up after Logan Palmer’s crazy exit Monday night. Fans saw Logan leave the show immediately after their crazy group date. As they were preparing for the nighttime cocktail party, Jesse Palmer informed Gabby that Logan would be leaving and the afterparty was canceled. Now, Gabby is sharing if Logan would have been given a hometown date if he would have stayed.

Gabby Windey dishes on Logan Palmer

Jesse informed Gabby Windey that Logan had tested positive for Covid. So, he was forced to terminate his time on the show and leave the group immediately.

Logan was the only man that both Rachel Recchia and Gabby both liked. He started out on Rachel’s team and then said his feelings for Gabby were stronger. He switched to team Gabby. She did seem to like him so if he wouldn’t have gotten Covid, would she have given him a hometown date?

Entertainment Tonight got the scoop on how Gabby was feeling about Logan before he was abruptly sent packing. When Jesse expressed to her that Logan had Covid, she immediately asked if he was okay. So, did she like him enough to take him on a hometown date?


Logan and Gabby via Insta

Gabby revealed the day of the Men Tell All taping that regardless if he had gotten Covid she would have sent Logan home. She said, “At that point, I knew I only wanted to take three people to hometowns because those are clearly my strongest connections.”

Those three men are Johnny, Jason and Erich.

She continued on saying, “I think if there was a fourth, it would have been Nate. I think because of our circumstances it just would not have happened, so I almost wanted to reserve that space for him.”

Logan also spoke out about his sudden split from the show

Logan also spoke with ET saying that it was gut-wrenching to have to leave the way he did. He had hoped his relationship with Gabby would have been able to grow stronger. In fact, he even said that one day he hopes to marry someone similar to her.

He said, “It was pretty gutting at first, but two months go by and you realize that person has been able to move forward and they have been able to be happy… I’ve gotten to take steps forward in my own life. You figure everything happens for a reason.”

Hometown dates are set to air Monday night, August 22 on ABC.

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