"I am very much so in love and very much so engaged", shared Lindsay.
Season 13 of The Bachelorette will begin with the 31-year-old attorney from Dallas, TX, sitting down with some of her close friends from the latest season of The Bachelor to talk about her journey ahead and receive some advice. Rachel told the publication she is very much in love and she did walk away from her season engaged. Lindsay vowed to avoid feeding into any issues in the "Bachelorette" mansion, telling ET, "That's not my style". He assured fans that Lucas is someone viewers will either love, love to hate, or just hate.
Rachel was not only the first African-American bachelorette, she was also the first to be revealed even before her season's "Bachelor" (Nick) had proposed (to Vanessa).
"It's one of those words that can be like - it's an essence, it's a lifestyle, it's an occupation but it's also a verb", the TV personality, 45, told the outlet on Thursday, May 18. You will be one hell of a Bachelorette!
Don't miss Rob a 30-year-old law student who's a dead ringer for Tom Cruise, and Matt, a 32-year-old construction sales rep, who allegedly shows up on night one in a penguin suit!
"Rachel knows what she wants". And there's also the fact that he describes his dream woman with a list of Disney princesses and Jessica Rabbit - none of whom look anything like Rachel.
And while Kenny, 35, may have a tough exterior, Chris says, he 'probably cries more than anyone this season'. Rachel said, "I like height, but I don't discriminate if a guy is shorter". After a romantic rose ceremony in Madrid, Rachel is now engaged to a guy who will have everyone talking this season.
"The Bachelorette" premieres this Monday at 9 p.m., after "Dancing With the Stars", then airs from 8-10 p.m. on Mondays after that.
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