Published: Thu, August 10, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

'Bachelorette' Rachel Lindsay Engaged to Bryan Abasolo

'Bachelorette' Rachel Lindsay Engaged to Bryan Abasolo

Then came the proposal we have all been waiting for. But here's the thing - the Power of the Gap is very real, and they decide to continue on. "I saw the final episode and, yeah, as a man, you feel a little frustration of how she was treated and the position she was put in for the simple fact that, you know, here I am, you know, totally committed", Abasolo explained. That night, Bryan brings this up, and Rachel is glad he does. We expected Lindsay to leave us with a truly gorgeous final look, and she did not disappoint.

But what did you think of the finale?

Rachel said that Bryan is absolutely everything she could want in a fiance and future husband. Bryan accepted both the very first and the final rose of the season in a season ending that seemed truly meant to be.

Calling their appearance the "After the After the Rose Spectacular", Kimmel asked Lindsay, "Rachel, tonight after an wonderful journey, you chose Bryan". Guys, maybe we slept on Eric too long?

Rachel Lindsay's time on "The Bachelorette" has wrapped, but the question remains: Who will lead the next season? It's an awkward exchange, but it's a prime showing for Eric and a decent justification for why he should be the next Bachelor. Despite the harsh interrogation Bryan had to go through with Rachel's family, he stated that he still thought it went well and was happy to meet them. They have an fantastic time.

Will Rachel and Bryan beat the fateful "Bachelor" couples curse?

So who won Rachel Lindsay's heart in the end? "You are everything I could ever want in a woman, a wife, the mother of my children", he says.

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"In this world, in this experience, you have to take a leap of faith", she said. Many fans were rooting for Peter expressed their disappointment on Twitter but Rachel seems to think she made the right pick. Bryan was still presented in the caddy and overly charismatic way that fans had come to expect (and loathe).

Any doubts and reservations were washed away after Bryan said his opening remarks.

One of the most hyped seasons of The Bachelorette came to an end with an extraordinary unusual season 13 finale. The only dark cloud is that Rachel is a wee bit distracted, because "Peter messed with her mind".

"My biggest fear is saying goodbye to somebody I'm not to say goodbye to", Rachel said, fighting tears. But when Rachel pushes back, he says, "Then go find someone and have a mediocre life". Luckily she comes to her senses and they got to kick it in the Fantasy Suite.

"I didn't even want to go on the stage".

Rachel and Peter spend their final date in the romantic setting of. a monastery. Rarely before Peter has it been deconstructed about what exactly that engagement means and how trivially the franchise honestly treats this big moment. Rachel assesses that this show and this journey was not for Peter.

Rachel Lindsay still has feelings for Peter Kraus. but not all of them are warm and fuzzy.

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