The season 13 Bachelorette confirmed her engagement news while chatting with reporters ahead of Monday's premiere of the ABC dating competition.
"I always say, 'It's something that should be talked about, '" she said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
Speaking of franchise firsts, Lindsay, a 31-year-old lawyer from Texas, made history when, after 33 seasons combined of the "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette", she became the first African-American to cary the title. Blake E., one of the men who received an early introduction on the "After the Final Rose" show, doesn't want to waste his second chance. The 30-year-old Wisconsin native is a model and owner of Worth Personal Training. "Some of you are going to love him, some of you are going to love to hate him, and some of you are just going to hate him".More news: 5 things to know about French president-elect Emmanuel Macron
Harrison wants us to "watch out for Peter" so badly, he said it twice!
At the cocktail party, the men will try to dazzle the Bachelorette during their short but precious one-on-one time. After a romantic rose ceremony in Madrid, Rachel is now engaged to a guy who will have everyone talking this season. A good job does not a non-scrub make, and you should know that by now, because you already put her through this with "software salesman" Nick Viall. People would rather remember him as the "Tickle Monster". "It's not a theme, it's just something you will see throughout". We have a feeling a driven go-getter like Rachel may be less than impressed with that one.
"Fred had a crush on his camp counselor, but his camp counselor was Rachel", Harrison revealed. As it was in your high school yearbook, so shall it be for these thirty-one suitors in advance of the May 22nd premiere of The Bachelorette Season 13.