Rachel Lindsay will make her Bachelorette debut next week, but fans might already know her final three suitors. Who will win over Lindsay’s heart and make it to the final rounds in Season 13 of The Bachelorette?
According to Heavy, Reality Steve reports that the final three men will be Bryan Abasolo, Peter Kraus, and Eric Bigger. The finalists would usually go straight for the overnight dates, but this season will be different. With Lindsay’s sister expecting a baby and her family unable to attend the final rose ceremony, the three guys allegedly met with the family a little early.
Bigger was introduced during Nick Viall’s After the Final Rose and was the first to meet Lindsay in person. They seemed to hit it off and are clearly a good match. Bigger used to work as a model and is really into fitness.
Abasolo works as a chiropractic physician and a clinic director. Little else is known about his background, but he is reportedly the one who wins over Lindsay’s First Impression Rose during the opening act.
Kraus works as a personal trainer and claims to be a model at two different modeling agencies in Los Angeles. His fitness company has a website, and his professional bio makes it clear that he has a passion for fitness.
Celeb Dirty Laundry reports that Lindsay will start out with over 30 men vying for her final rose. If the reports about the finalists are true, then it’s possible that Bigger will become the first Africa American to win The Bachelorette. This makes sense given how Lindsay is the first black woman to star on the hit dating series.
When it comes down to her final two picks, there’s no telling who will make it. There are hints that Lindsay takes her two finalists to an international location such as Spain. Unfortunately, little information has leaked concerning Lindsay’s final few episodes.
Meanwhile, Lindsay’s fourth finalist is thought to be Dean Unglert. Wetpaint reports that Unglert works as a tech recruiter for a startup company and currently lives in Los Angeles.
During his appearance on After the Final Rose, Unglert assured fans, “I’m ready to go black and I’m never gonna go back.”
Despite this misstep, it looks like Unglert redeems himself and makes quite the impression on Lindsay.
Of course, the biggest question is whether Lindsay will get engaged by the end of the season. With so little to go on, it isn’t clear what will happen with Lindsay’s final three men. Part of the reason behind all the secrecy this season is because Lindsay’s father is a federal judge. His high-profile occupation has forced producers to be extra secretive this season, and they even filmed the hometown dates in Lindsay’s Dallas residence instead of her actual hometown.
As far as the other contestants are concerned, Wetpaint released photos of Lindsay’s 31 suitors. The men vary a lot from looks to professions, but it is clear that Lindsay has a good bunch this season. In fact, with Lindsay being the first black Bachelorette star, this season features the most diverse cast to date, which has been a long time coming. Fans can only hope that Lindsay finds her perfect match and things end well for the former Bachelor suitor.
Lindsay made her debut on reality TV during Nick Viall’s season of The Bachelor. Lindsay made it all the way to the final three before ABC announced that she had been selected to star on The Bachelorette.
The new season of The Bachelorette premieres Monday night on ABC. Check out a preview below.
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