The Winner of Rachel Lindsay's Season of The Bachelorette is Shocking AF

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"The Bachelorette" star Rachel Lindsay fired back Tuesday at online sniping that claimed she chose being engaged toBryan Abasolo over love with Peter Kraus on the dating show's Season 13 finale Monday. Yes, it ended with a joyous marriage proposal, but a certain pre-engagement breakup tore out the hearts of Bachelor Nation. "Specifically that part I felt frustrated".

"I want someone who knows what they want to do", she stated. NOPE. In a shocking twist, Rachel sends Eric home even though Peter told her he wasn't ready to get down on one knee and that wasn't likely to change anytime soon. Is Bryan more interested in continuing his time in the spotlight than Rachel? I like farm-fresh eggs and Swiss chard as much as the next guy, but this was a next-level response, obviously helped along by Majestic's $20 buckets of canned rosé.

In mid-February, "The Bachelor" creator Mike Fleiss teased a "historic" announcement: After 33 seasons, the franchise would finally cast a black star. Some viewers were hoping that was always a mistake and she really did end up with Peter. "There's a lot of drama on the show so I think they made a decision to air that and leave out in-depth conversations". She didn't reveal the actor or the movie, only that she was 15 at the time, and her co-worker was in his mid-20s.

Sarah Fesberg, Lauren Fesberg, and Tashay Campbell all took their lunch break to go see Rachel Lindsay from The Bachelorette.

But as far as starring in a spinoff, Rachel says, "I don't want to". You might be shaking your heads and trying to reconcile as to whether last night's episode of the Bachelorette really happened, but trust me, it happened, it's over, and it's time to move on. But that doesn't work with this [experience]. On the day of, she described her headspace: "I told myself how much I was in love with Bryan and how he was the man for me". Just two days after she handed out her final rose, she shared a picture of her dog, Copper with a promo for Target's dog toys. Perhaps you were in denial, but the anticlimax of Rachel breaking up with Peter before he even gets a visit from the engagement ring guy was a profoundly unsatisfying way to bring the Peter diehards crashing back to earth.

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Chris Harrison said the next Bachelor won't be picked until "Bachelor in Paradise" runs its course, so it could still go to someone in that group. Instead, America had to suffer through nearly twelve episodes focused on a woman making awful decisions in her romantic life all for a diamond ring with sprinklings of racial drama in the background to add tension.