Eric Bigger Thinks Rachel Lindsay Picked Her 'Rebound' Bryan Abasolo

Thursday, 10 Aug, 2017

Whether you agree with her decision or not, Rachel Lindsay chose Bryan Abasolo as the victor of her season of The Bachelorette. "There was no drama". We don't stop talking to each other. And yes, before anyone jumps down my throat about it, I happen to think that the Bachelor is just as ridiculous for the same reason. "I wish them nothing but the best".

Perhaps Bryan has a reality TV bug in his ear.

"From what was shown [in the finale], I think Bryan was the consolation prize". The main issue at hand: Kraus' hesitance to propose after just a few weeks of dating.

2) Rachel and Peter were forced to watch their painful breakup on live television. "It was hard. I did care about Peter but it didn't make me change my mind or question whether Bryan was the one. I was optimistic about what could be prior to stepping out of that limo but never in my wildest dreams could I had foreseen us building such a strong foundation and deep bond in the last 6 months". Bryan was the person. But no, Rachel had to relive the disgusting breakup in front of hundreds of people and endure Harrison's probing questions after every few scenes. "I dropped pretty big hints as to what I wanted". I actually re-winded it to hear him say it again! I still was running away from it. Once I realized that, it's different than, like, J.Lo saying, 'Her squat form wasn't right.' Because she would know. "But I think Bryan deserves her more".

Bryan got the first impression rose! "I know he said he doesn't want to do it".

I nearly can't believe Rachel and Bryan are real.

The 32-year-old said her then-suitor was giving her "just enough" instead of proving his full commitment to their relationship. He's definitely the most honest guy in the house. "I just hope you feel the same", he finished. "It baffles my mind how you can still say he's not honest".

For more from the couple's romantic finale, watch the clip below!

"That means so much to us", they both say, nearly in unison.

"She was, she FaceTimed me", Lauren says. It was tough but at the same time... we talked about every single episode. Rachel might have a head start because of her occupation but any lead could manage to do it with the right mindset. In late 2018 or early 2019, the two plan to walk down the aisle.

Everyone wasn't impressed by this comment and thought his words were petty and hurtful. "I'm thinking a white wedding", said Abasolo.

When the topic did come up, Rachel didn't go into much detail. "You are everything I could ever want in a woman, a wife, the mother of my children". The finale taking periodic timeouts to get Rachel's opinion and memories of the episode was far more interesting (and realistic) than the usual wrap-up interview formula on After the Final Rose.

"It was in the heat of the moment", he explained. "But I'm not able to act on impulse".

Lindsay accepted a proposal from Miami-based chiropractor, Bryan Abasolo, and a 3-carat diamond ring.

Simply put, the season 13 finale of "The Bachelorette" on ABC, which received 121,949 Emotional Reactions (ERs), left viewers reeling.

Lindsay sent Alex home during week six, but her answer may still come as a surprise to some fans, who seem to be lobbying for Dean. Initial attraction and chemistry means a lot, and traditionally it's a good sign for Bachelorettes! He wasn't willing to do it.

"No!" Rachel said immediately. I want someone who wants to move towards marriage.

PETER KRAUS: I still care about you deeply to this day. "He's amusing, quirky, handsome", and "a serial monogamist".

"Alex! He's a very smart guy, good-looking. He's a serial monogamist and I think he would be great".

Prior to Abasolo's proposal, Kraus and Lindsay had a tearful break-up, which was caused, at least in part, by the Wisconsin native's reluctance to propose at the end of the show.