"Bachelorette" fans, are you ready to meet the men vying for Rachel Lindsay's heart?
The new rose-distributor confirmed on Thursday she is now engaged to a man she loves following the filming of her season of the show. "I am very much so in love and very much so engaged", she told reporters at the event on Thursday May 18.
ABC announced on Monday, Feb 13, 2017 its new bachelorette will be Rachel Lindsay, a 31-year-old attorney from Dallas who will be the first black lead in the history of "The Bachelor" or spin-off "The Bachelorette". One thing is for sure, she's a woman who knows what she wants.
Some of the men showed in the promos include personal trainer Peter Kraus, motivational speaker Eric Bigger, chiropractor Bryan Abasolo, wrestler Kenny King, attorney Jack Stone, senior inventory analyst Kenneth Moreland and schools manager Anthony Battle. Nonetheless, Rachel and her unnamed fiancé are having trouble keeping their love under wraps. As an article on ABC News reports, The Bachelorette's entire casting process had to change because Rachel is a lot different from past Bachelorettes. After a romantic rose ceremony in Madrid, Rachel is now engaged to a guy who will have everyone talking this season. Rachel's is to diversify a television program that's been largely whitewashed for over thirty seasons, ABC's is to pretend they're not the sole reason that went down, and mine is to cut these little bitties down to size with some good, old-fashioned superlatives. We have to watch and see, she says. "It's not a theme, it's just something you will see throughout".
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