Carly Waddell Is Grateful For Fans’ Support After Evan Bass Split – Check Out Her Video!
Carly Waddell dedicated a song by Dolly Parton to her fans and it was her way of thanking them for the huge support they have shown her amid her separation from Evan Bass! the Bachelor In Paradise star took to her go-to platform to share a video in which she can be seen perfectly covering ‘Hard Candy Christmas’ and spreading some much-needed holiday cheer.
Alongside the clip, she also wrote in the caption: ‘I love you guys. Thank you so much for your love and support. I have been posting Christmas songs for the last couple weeks and this is my favorite Christmas song of all time. I do not have a lot to add right now with my own words, so I am just gonna fing sing Dolly’s.’
Sure enough, the celeb started to sing the gorgeous Christmas song by the beloved Dolly Parton while seated in front of her beautiful Christmas tree! What a treat for the senses!
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As for her separation, it was confirmed yesterday even though there have been many signs that suggested they were over even before that.
In a joint statement, the estranged couple shared via E! News that ‘We have made the difficult decision to separate. We’ll always cherish our time together and continue to have the utmost respect for one another as we focus on what’s best for the future of our family. We greatly appreciate everyone’s love and support and kindly ask that you please respect our family’s privacy as we navigate through this.’
The exes share 2-year-old daughter Bella and 1-year-old son Charlie together.
Obviously, breakups, especially divorces, can be really sad and hard to deal with but back in June, Evan sent some love to Carly with the occasion of their three year wedding anniversary and he hasn’t taken it back!
‘There’s never been a better paradise love story,’ he wrote at the time but now, one follower who went back to this sweet post after the split announcement, commented: ‘This didn’t age well.’
In response, however, the man insisted that it’s ‘still true.’
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