The 31-year-old attorney from Dallas will be taking the reins as the next Bachelorette, and her journey to find love starts shortly after Nick's season of The Bachelor ends on Monday, March 13.
"Bachelor" host Chris Harrison promised a twist prior to last night's Season 21 finale which featured Nick Viall proposing to Vanessa Grimaldi.
Demario was out first. "We couldn't take you to the mansion, so I brought the mansion to you". "What I did is I booked us some flights to Vegas for us to elope".
After Blake came out Dean, who claimed that "once he goes black, he'll never go back".
One of the suitors, a white man, assured Lindsay when he met her that he is "ready to go black".
But then, you have to consider the fact that these are just four out of the presumably two dozen guys who will line up to win Rachel's heart.
While Lindsay was shocked and excited to meet some of her contestants for next season she said she isn't sure that she met "the one" yet.
"I need you to be able to talk sports - you don't have to play them, but be familiar with them".
"I'm hoping that as a black Bachelorette you're going to get to see a more diverse cast", Lindsay told The Hollywood Reporter, adding that she wants "a cast that's reflective of what America looks like".
"Oh my gosh, I need a amusing guy!"
As for how these first four men stack up against other candidates this season, Realty Steve says viewers shouldn't expect much.
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