August 5, 2021 | 6:37pm
“The Bachelorette” viewers are finally going to get answers about whether Greg Grippo is secretly an actor.
Tayshia Adams, who co-hosts the ABC reality dating series alongside Kaitlyn Bristowe, teased in a new interview that Grippo will be put in the hot seat during the upcoming Season 17 finale over rumors about his past and intentions.
“You know, I’ll just tell you this: That will be addressed,” Adams, 30, said on “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” Thursday.
“So, just wait, just wait,” she added.
Grippo sensationally quit the show at the end of Monday’s episode, telling “Bachelorette” Katie Thurston that he had reached his “breaking point” during their date in his hometown of Edison, New Jersey.
After introducing Thurston, 30, to his mother, brother and best friend, Grippo told the former “Bachelor” contestant that he was “in love” with her. However, she did not reciprocate his feelings, as she previously vowed not to drop the L-word until the finale.
Instead, Thurston told Grippo, “I just love looking at you,” which set him off and led him to walk away from their relationship the next day.
Several viewers speculated on social media that Grippo had staged the dramatic fight to show off his acting chops, with one fan tweeting that it seemed like “his audition for the rest of his career.”
While the “Bachelorette” website describes Grippo as a marketing sales representative, he posted on Instagram in May 2019 that he had attended the prestigious New York City drama school William Esper Studio for two years.
“What a journey,” he captioned a photo of himself in front of the school at the time.
“The Bachelorette” Season 17 finale airs Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.