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'The Bachelorette': Rachel Lindsay 'not rushing' her wedding with Bryan Abasolo

'The Bachelorette': Rachel Lindsay 'not rushing' her wedding with Bryan Abasolo

Leaving Peter behind, she finishes off the round of final dates with Bryan, who you have to love for trying. "And we bring up, you know, all the tough topics", he continued.

Prepare for spoilers-and, since you didn't watch, you probably don't care. So come back tonight at 8 PM for our live The Bachelorette recap of tonight's episode.

Fans took to social media on Monday night to vent their frustrations about Rachel Lindsay's final rose choice on The Bachelorette, with many deeming she had "settled" for a proposal from Bryan Abasolo.

Still perplexed about what will happen with Peter, Rachel is off on a date with Bryan. Nevertheless, both men made it to the "fantasy suite" phase in Spain-a.k.a, let's all be adults here, they in all likelihood had sex. There is something about a monastery, surrounded by God, that makes the idea of marriage very real, and I knew Peter was feeling the weight of that. She reiterates that she isn't interested in having just a boyfriend by the end of this journey. "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".

"I think we're just so mature".

At the rose ceremony, she sent Eric, the final black competitor, home.

After weeks of narrowing down her suitors from 31 men, the 32-year-old trial attorney from Dallas chose the 37-year-old Colombian chiropractor living in Miami. She may have an idea on the location and time frame, but she doesn't have all the details worked out yet, admitting, "I don't have a dress or anything like that picked out".

"I think there's a difference between "I love you" and' I'm in love with you.' Rachel actually told me she was in love with me back in the fantasy suites", Bryan revealed to ET's Lauren Zima in New York City on Tuesday morning. She certainly seemed happy, but TODAY's resident "Bachelorette" expert wonders if she made the right decision.

While the couple aren't planning their wedding yet, Abasolo told host Chris Harrison during the After The Rose special that he's fine with whatever fiancée Lindsay wants.

Peter and Rachel explore a monastery to bide some time before the big talk that looms ahead. Because Peter is a real, honest human being, he has a few doubts about promising Rachel that they'll live happily ever when the cameras disappear.

Rachel Lindsay's time on "The Bachelorette" has wrapped, but the question remains: Who will lead the next season? It's more of a challenge that I can fix. After a heart-melting speech on a attractive tower in Spain, Bryan asked for Rachel's hand in marriage. He tells her again and again how he loves her, but Rachel seems distracted. Glowing and giddy, they exchanged some kisses. "I'm really confused by it to be honest with you", said Lindsay of the backlash. "You are so easy and effortless to love, and I want to love you for the rest of my life".

And Abasolo agreed. "I think [Alex] would be the most interesting season for sure", he said. "I love you and I'm in love with you and I can't imagine spending my life with anyone else".


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