It appears The Bachelorette stars Ali Oetjen and Taite Radley are in need of a manager, after a leaked email “riddled with spelling mistakes” reveals how they’ve reportedly been trying to approach talent agents.
The couple are at the height of their fame following the reality show’s finale which saw Ali chose Taite over runner-up Todd King.
And now it’s being reported that the couple are struggling to find someone to help them maintain their fame.
In the leaked message obtained by The Daily Telegraph, Taite claims he is hoping to “touch base” and explore talent management options following his North Queensland getaway with Ali.
The message then reads: “Being both into Heath (sic) and fitness, we’re looking at getting some good management to help strengthen our brand… We are currently getting offers but are unsure how to handel (sic) them.”
He also boasts about the “2milion (sic) visits” the pair had on their Instagram accounts over the seven days in Cairns.
Yahoo Lifestyle has contacted the couple for comment.
The email leak comes after runner-up Todd admitted to Yahoo Lifestyle that he questioned Ali’s authenticity during the show.
“I’d be lying if I said I didn’t question whether everything was authentic,” Todd said after recognising Ali had her heart set on 28-year-old Taite quite early on.
“The spark, it was just stronger with them,” he admitted.
It wasn’t until the end that the aspiring police officer felt he was actually in with a chance, “I finally felt like I wasn’t just there making up the numbers.”
“I think that’s evident in the finale because she found it so tough to emotionally and physically let me go… I did try to leave and walk away before the moment that you guys saw but she just wasn’t ready to let me go.”
“It’s tough to see someone you love struggling that much,” he continued before explaining even all the crew were in tears.
“I finally had myself composed and I was ready for the interview but everyone around me was crying so it took me back to square one.”
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