'Bachelor' contestant Rachel Lindsay becomes first African-American 'Bachelorette'

Kristine ColeFeb 15 , 2017

It was announced on Monday's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! that Rachel Lindsay, a former contestant from Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor, will be the next Bachelorette. On her first one-on-one date with Nick Viall, Rachel danced through the streets of New Orleans, then danced her way into his heart. On the first night, Nick made a decision to give the the first impression rose to Lindsay. She told ABC her role model is Michelle Obama and her biggest fear is "that I've missed out on my chance at finding love".

Meet Rachel Lindsay, an attorney from Texas who will be the star of the next season of The Bachelorette. She will also be the first African-American Bachelorette. She wants a man who's "ready to start a family".

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As for making history, Lindsay said she doesn't feel any "added pressure". "Honestly, it's not going to be that different from any other season of The Bachelorette". Early previous year, the show's producers noted that the next "Bachelorette" contestant likely wouldn't be white, and over the past several days, the show's creator Mike Fleiss repeatedly teased on Twitter that a "history-making, historic announcement" was coming tonight. Most notably, though. Lindsay is the first African American lead in the ABC franchise's long history.

Thoughts On Love: Lindsay confirmed on the show that she doesn't believe in love at first sight, but that "you can be connected to someone at first sight".

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Caila Quinn, who was half-white and half-Filipino was considered for "The Bachelorette". She is an accomplished, confident and lovely woman who knows what she wants in life. "No one is better prepared to show Bachelor Nation, and the world, the beauty of embracing diversity".

This is the earliest a new lead has ever been announced - every season has been somewhat different - but fans of the series seemed to accept Chris' apology, writing things like, "OK FINE, I forgive you".

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