Tayshia Adams stands out from the crowd in New York in a bandana top and patterned jeans after replacing Chris Harrison in The Bachelorette
She co-hosts season 17 of ABC’s The Bachelorette after Chris Harrison left.
And on Thursday, Tayshia Adams went out for solo shopping in New York City.
The reality TV star, 30, made the most of her free time by grabbing a drink to go enjoy it on the go.
Eye-catching: Tayshia Adams showed some skin as she took a solo run in New York on Thursday, wearing a white bandana top and overly long patterned blue jeans that she rolled up at the hem
Adams flashed some skin in a white bandana top she wore with overly long patterned blue jeans that she rolled up at the hem.
She added sandal heels and styled her long hair into a half ponytail.
The California native accessorized a pendant necklace and earrings and carried an orange handbag.
Shopping: The California native styled her long hair into a half ponytail, accessorized with a pendant necklace and earrings, and carried an orange handbag
New gig: Adams, who is engaged to Zac Clark after offering the Season 16 finale of The Bachelorette, replaced longtime host Chris Harrison in the show’s 17th season
Adams first rose to prominence as a contestant during season 23 of The Bachelor and she became The Bachelorette for the show’s 16th season.
In the season finale, she accepted a proposal from nominee Zac Clark.
In March, ABC confirmed that host Chris Harrison would not be returning for season 17 of The Bachelorette following a racism scandal and that Adams and his fellow show veteran Kaitlyn Bristowe would take office.
In search of love; Adams and her veteran colleague Kaitlyn Bristowe co-host the new season of The Bachelorette together and introduced viewers to Katie Thurston on Monday
On Monday, the two introduced the new Bachelorette Katie Thurston in the season premiere.
Also earlier in the week, it was confirmed that Harrison, who has hosted The Bachelor and its spinoffs, The Bachelorette and The Bachelor in Paradise since 2002, has officially left the franchise.
Harrison, 49, who was suspended after supporting a candidate’s “racist” party, is Walk away with an eight-figure payout after months of tense negotiations with WBTV and Disney-owned ABC TV, according to Deadline.
Gone: Earlier in the week, it was confirmed that Harrison, who has hosted The Bachelor and its spinoffs since 2002, has officially left the franchise after a racism scandal