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Trista Sutter Was Filming ‘Special Forces’ While Absent: Report

Trista Sutter Was Filming ‘Special Forces’ While Absent: Report

It all makes sense now.

The Bachelorette alumna Trista Sutter was hosting another reality show when she was MIA last month. TMZ Reports.

Trista, 51, was filming the third season of the Fox reality competition series “Special Forces: The World’s Toughest Test,” the outlet reported Tuesday.

Trista Sutter was the star of the first season of The Bachelorette. AP

The series sees a group of celebrities travel abroad and take part in grueling challenges – taken straight from the US Army’s playbook that aids in the special forces selection process.

According to TMZ, Bachelor Nation’s Ali Fedotowsky is also in the upcoming season.

Celebrities who participated in the first two seasons of “Special Forces” include Jamie Lynn Spears, Mel B, Brian Austin Green, Tom Sandoval, Jack Osbourne, JoJo Siwa, and others.

The cast of the series Special Forces, Season 1. Pete Dads
Jojo Siwa in the second season of the series Special Forces. Pete Dads
Jason Fox and Tom Sandoval in the second season of Special Forces. Pete Dads

Last month, Trista’s husband, Ryan Sutter, shared several strange posts on Instagram amid her absence, and fans became concerned about her whereabouts and well-being.

On Mother’s Day, Ryan said he missed Trista but didn’t provide any further context on her whereabouts.

Ryan and Trista Sutter in Curacao. Getty Images for Sandals Resorts

“I really wish I could talk to you,” he wrote alongside a photo of the couple with their two children.

“I want to know how you’re doing. I want to support you and encourage you and cheer for you. I want to be there for you. But I can’t,” he added at the time.

Ryan and Trista Sutter with their children. Trista Sutter/Instagram

Days later, Ryan addressed speculation that his old love had died or was having a mid-life crisis.

“Some people thought I was intentionally misleading people in order to benefit from it in some way? It was posted on entertainment news sites and I started receiving text messages from friends asking if I was okay. All because I missed my wife and I chose to share with you how I felt.”

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Trista was inactive on Instagram from May 12 to May 25 before breaking her silence about her absence.

Trista Sutter and Ryan Sutter in Season 1 of The Bachelorette. AP

She explained over Memorial Day weekend that she is “safe and sound, happy and healthy, in love and grateful.”

“For those who prefer to focus on criticism and search hard for the darkness, good luck with that,” Trista added.

Trista and Ryan Sutter at the beach. Instagram / @ryansutter

The reality star also defended her “stoic” husband for sharing cryptic messages about their relationship when she passed away.

“Most of the time, the world doesn’t pay much attention,” Trista said. “This time, he couldn’t say anything properly, and almost every media outlet picked up on his photos and his ‘vague/confusing/attention-seeking/dramatic’ comments.”

Ryan and Trista Sutter with their children. Trista Sutter/Instagram

“He doesn’t owe anyone an explanation or ask for permission to post what he wants to post and share what he wants to share. If you want to know the rest of the story, I will share it in due course.”

At the time, fans correctly speculated that Trista was filming a reality show while she was off the network.

After returning home, Trista went on vacation to Mexico with Ryan and their children Maxwell, 16, and Blakeslee, 15.