Who Will Be the Next 'Bachelor' for Season 22?

The Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay may have made a mistake with her final pick

As for this final episode, it all came down to three guys, but I always had a feeling it was going to be Bryan, and I was right! While you wait for the recap, hit the comments and let us know how excited you are for this season of The Bachelorette?

Prepare for spoilers-and, since you didn't watch, you probably don't care.

Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay has finally said "Yes!" to the man of her dreams, RadarOnline.com can report, and as many fans may have guessed, that man is Bryan Abasolo.

Still perplexed about what will happen with Peter, Rachel is off on a date with Bryan.

Despite his indecision, he shared the fantasy suite with Rachel. What she does have, however, is a shirtless Peter making her breakfast - a snapshot of their potential life together? I do think she made the right decision in the end'. Rachel kind of meanly tells him that this process wasn't for him and he doesn't bother apologizing for liking her in a non-reality TV way. "The lack of commitment, you telling me that you want this future with me, but you didn't want to take the actions to have it. like, that's what triggered those emotions in me". He needed more time and thought an evening in the Fantasy Suite - just he and I - might help him clarify some things. The bold move not only helped him secure the first impression rose, but also, it seems, solidified a permanent place in Lindsay's heart.

"There really wasn't any issue moving forward in our relationship, so my confidence remained sky-high throughout and I didn't have any reason to think otherwise", Abasolo said.

"I've never been more confused than I have this week", she told Abasolo.

"I just love you and I'm in love with you and I can't imagine spending my life without you, " she said. "Like that's all I could do, I was so happy". Rachel was appalled by her family's behavior and was there to stick up for him. Peter looked visibly upset through the whole confrontation and Rachel admitted that she had been deeply frustrated with how relationship. Because this is a three-hour live finale, there is plenty of time for Eric to have grown a massive Letterman break-up beard and to come out and share his feelings with the live studio audience (and Rachel and Chris Harrison).

Bryan promised he won't be a groomzilla, with Rachel chiming in, "He's not like that". After some pandering, Bryan proposes and she accepts.

"Bryan is such a good person, a good man, " she told viewers as he pulled up in a SUV. Hear what she had to say in the video below. They both cry. "I think we're both going to regret this decision", Peter says. And as they are reunited in real life, Bryan re-proposes. "You are so easy and effortless to love, and I want to love you for the rest of my life".

Then Rachel speaks and admits she has fallen in love with Bryan too.

'That was a closed chapter for me, ' she explained.



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