Adams received a $20,833 COVID bailout for her one-person LLC, Tayshia Adams Media, according to Vulture, based on ProPublica’s online database and a Bachelor subreddit. “As a business owner, television and podcast host, and brand ambassador, Tayshia obtained a PPP Loan that enabled her to hire an employee, to whom she offers market-based pay and benefits. Since exhausting the PPP Loan funds, but in light of the growing economy, Tayshia has committed to retaining her employee for the foreseeable future," Adams' reps said in a statement. Lauren Burnham Luyendyk and Arie Luyendyk Jr. were given a $20,830 loan for their company, Instagram Husband. Underwood applied for and received a PPP loan of $11,355 for his Colton Underwood Legacy Foundation, which he established in 2015 to empower children living with cystic fibrosis. Meanwhile, Dale Moss was granted a $20,833 PPP loan for his LCC based in his hometown of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, but has yet to receive the funds.