Ivan Hall breaks silence on religion that led to ‘Bachelorette’ elimination

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Ivan Hall has provided more insight into his shocking elimination from Tuesday night’s “Bachelorette” finale following his and Tayshia Adams’ conversation about religion.

Hall, a 28-year-old aeronautical engineer, was eliminated during the episode’s opening minutes, with Adams, 30, citing their differing opinions about faith. She went on to get engaged to Zac Clark.

“She only wants to date a Christian and I’m not religious,” Hall responded to a message from “Bachelor” alum Caila Quinn after his elimination.

“I’m open to and have dated any religion,” he continued.

Adams has the Bible verse Psalm 46:5 stated in her Instagram bio, which reads: “God is within her, she will not fall; God will help her at break of day.”

During Tuesday’s finale — which concluded with Adams accepting a 3.25-carat Neil Lane engagement ring from Clark, 36 — the California native sat down with Hall to explain why she was letting him go.

“With you, I feel like since the very beginning, I feel like we started off really strong, and we found that trust,” Adams began.

“But also, this past week, we talked about some important subjects that I feel like we both needed to have. But there are some things kinda posed concern.

“I wish I could say that there were a lot of red flags prior to this week, and there haven’t been. At the end of the day, religion is part of my morals, my beliefs.”

Hall said he was “definitely struggling with bringing it up,” adding, “All the girls I have dated in the past, it never ended because of religion or anything.”

“But I know that’s something that’s important to you, and I do apologize for that, and I wish I did bring it up a little sooner,” Hall continued. “That is the roadblock for the two of us.”

Before parting ways, Adams told Hall, “I really do think the world of you.”

Adams said Wednesday on “Good Morning America” she and Clark, a 36-year-old addiction specialist from New Jersey, are planning to spend the holidays in New York.

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