Rachel Lindsay Will Address Race in First Episode as The Bachelorette

Rachel Lindsay Will Address Race in First Episode as The Bachelorette

Rachel Lindsay Will Address Race in First Episode as The Bachelorette

"With a house full of guys, The Bachelorette's going to be a manly season".

Thanks to our first black Bachelorette Rachel Lindsey, ABC is finally gettin' with the times with a crop of men that are successful, grounded and, yes, all different shapes, sizes and colors.

Rachel knows how to leave us crying for more. Luckily, Reality Steve was able to get those spoilers for us.

Josiah, a fellow attorney, opens up to Rachel about his troubled past; Fred, a former elementary school classmate, shows Rachel his yearbook and admits he's been carrying a lifelong crush; Adam shows up with a surprise friend - an identical dummy named A.J. - much to Rachel's delight; and the Bachelorette is charmed by Bryan, who describes himself as "the good kind of trouble". "[I want a] guy who has good morals".

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So, who's the lucky guy? Finally, Eric rounded out the first four men who will appear on Rachel's season.

Peter, 30, now lives in Madison, Wisconsin. Kraus works as a personal trainer and claims to be a model at two different modeling agencies in Los Angeles.

See more on what Lindsay is looking for in the video below. They have a date on his birthday on the show where they go to La Quinta Resort for dinner and a fireworks show. Is there a more Bryce-y looking guy than this? No.

Rachel and Peter were in Spain for the final rose ceremony. ET caught up with Lindsay at the promo shoot ahead of her season, where she revealed that her No. 1 turnoff was a "cocky guy". Or was it Dr. Bryan Abasolo, the guy who was recently sued by Liberty Mutual for insurance fraud?

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McConnell (from Duquesne in 2012), Ryan Anderson (from Boston College in 2014) and Dylan Smith (from UNC Asheville in 2016). As a freshman in 2015-16, Jeter averaged 1.9 points and 1.9 rebounds and played just 7.9 minutes a game.

"I feel like a dad that has a gift under the tree and I'm ready for all of you to unwrap it", Harrison said gleefully about Rachel Lindsay's upcoming journey, sounding only a little bit odd before returning to standard "Bachelorette" lingo.

So who will win her heart on The Bachelorette?

But now we're seeing pics and hearing about each one of the guys.

Here's Peter Krauss modeling...because you wanted to see this, right?

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The Bachelorette Fantasy League, the official ultimate fantasy game experience from ABC and sister company ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports and fantasy gaming, will be live May 17 at 5 p.m.

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