In a new trailer for the upcoming season, viewers got a glimpse at Crawley and Moss’ instant connection.
"I’m a hugger, so I’ve got a big hug for you," he said as he lifted her off the ground.
"I needed this," she said. "I needed this so bad, you have no idea. Thank you for the great hug! That was amazing. You’re a good hugger."
Following their meet-cute, the 39-year-old admitted that she felt like she "met my husband."
Season 16 of The Bachelorette was supposed to start filming in March, but due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the show was postponed. As a result, the blonde beauty was able to speak with some of her contestants.
"One of her potential guys found a way to get in touch with her and began talking," a source told PEOPLE. "By the time filming officially began, they were basically already in love. No one else stood a chance."
After just 12 days of filming, Crawley and Moss left the set together. "Producers were shocked by her choice," a source told Us Weekly about their exit. "They had to find a way to continue the show without just starting from scratch."
Enter: Tayshia Adams, the new Bachelorette. Crawley won’t confirm that Adams, 30, takes her place, but she admitted she is a big fan of hers. "I think she's beautiful, I think she's a very grounded woman, a woman who knows what she wants," she told Entertainment Tonight. "I completely support that, I supported her .... I've wanted her to be the Bachelorette forever. I always was for that."
One thing is for sure — this season will be the most dramatic yet! Scroll through the gallery below to find out five fast facts about Moss.
He Was In The NFL
The handsome hunk was a wide receiver on the Green Bay Packers in 2012 and also played on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Chicago Bears during his three-year career. However, after Moss hurt his shoulder, he had to step away from the sport.
"I never regretted once when I chose to stop playing football," Moss told Forbes in February 2019. "I'm exactly where I’m meant to be and I'm the happiest I've ever been."
He’s A Model And Host
“My passion for storytelling and ability to connect with people across different industries has made me a sought after entertainment host and media personality. Beyond being featured in some of the industry’s top fashion, fitness, lifestyle publications, I’ve expanded my reach producing and providing creative direction on projects with global brands such as Under Armour, Hugo Boss, Express, United Airlines and the top media outlets," he wrote on his website.
Per Moss' LinkedIn, he lists himself as a fashion and fitness model, in addition to a sports and entertainment host.
He’s Close With His Family
"To this day, my sisters and my mother have shaped me into the man I am," Moss told Forbes in February 2019. "I've always had strong, powerful women in my life and they've helped me in every aspect. They're part of my team, my core and that's definitely what keeps me grounded."
He Is A Global Ambassador For The Special Olympics
Moss has been a Global Ambassador for the Special Olympics since 2015 after his older sister Amber was not able to walk when she was 5 years old. "She participated in the Special Olympics as a child, which is how I started getting involved," he told Express in 2019. "Now as a Special Olympics global ambassador, my job is to raise awareness for inclusive measures on a global scale. That includes the Healthy Athletes program, which provides health screenings for those with intellectual disabilities, and also the Unified Schools program, which helps Special Olympics athletes find jobs and sustain a meaningful life."
He Is Looking For These Qualities In A Woman
“If you have energy, you carry yourself with confidence, and you connect and have a conversation, you can see into their soul, you can really get a good feel,” he said on an episode of the MaleRoom in October 2019. “I think romance is a little bit of vulnerability, to be honest. You have to be willing to fail, but also I think sometimes you have to say, ‘Screw it,’ and take a chance, not really knowing what’s going to happen. If I could put it in one word, vulnerability is a level of romance. And at the end of the day, you have to have passion and love at the same time.”