9:11 AM EDT 3/17/2017
The special episode "After The Final Rose" was aired after "The Bachelor" season finale on Monday, March 13. The new bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay was introduced to four early suitors.
The host of the show Chris Harrison during the interview gave her the surprise for "The Bachelorette" as reported by Daily Mail. Harrison told her, "'I'm going to start the new season right here right now."
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Harrison introduced the four early suitors for the next season of "The Bachelorette." One of them Dean, made an awkward remark about the interracial relationship as reported by TMZ in his introduction. The other ones are Demario, Blake and Eric.
Demario made a straightforward proposal to the 30-year old lawyer. He said that he had a ticket to Las Vegas and wedding ring for her. He even showed her the ticket and said that he is the one for her. The next contestant for "The Bachelorette" is Blake, who looked very nervous as he was mumbling in saying his admiration for her.
In the "After The Final Rose" episode, Lindsay also congratulated Nick Viall "The Bachelor" for his proposal to Vanessa Grimaldi in the 21st season of series. Viall, the software sales executive in the season finale on March 2 proposed to Grimaldi and she said yes. The couple is one of the few who get engaged in the series.
Lindsay appeared in the "After The Final Rose" wearing a sexy outfit of a black jumpsuit. She is now officially the new bachelorette in the spin-off of "The Bachelor" dating game, which has entered the 13th season.
"The Bachelorette" Season 13 will start to run in May 2017. Aside from the four suitors, others contestants have not been determined. In the spin-off, all of the bachelorettes received a proposal from the male contestant, compared its original series "The Bachelor," which only 13 of the bachelor proposed the contestant in 21 seasons. Watch the report from Entertainment Tonight about the surprise in "The Bachelor" special episode "After The Final Rose" below:
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