'Bachelorette' Rachel Surprised by First Four Men After 'Bachelor' Finale

Mar 16, 2017, 00:36
'Bachelorette' Rachel Surprised by First Four Men After 'Bachelor' Finale

The 31-year-old new "Bachelorette"'s search for love started sooner than expected - like, right away - when host Chris Harrison introduced her to several of her new suitors live during the special that followed "The Bachelor"'s finale.

Demario was out first.

We won't know the lineup for sure until The Bachelorette airs this May, but I'm definitely looking forward to it. He brought alone two plane tickets - as well as a ring - if they decided they wanted to elope in Las Vegas.

Some future contestant slash random dude named Dean had this to say upon meeting his maybe future wife: "I'm ready to go black, and I'm never going back".

The attorney, who admits she's "ready to find love and a husband", made history when being announced as the franchise's first ever black lead. Finally, Eric from Baltimore took the stage and demonstrated some dance moves. I really want this show to give us what the fans have been asking for for so long. and let's be real: It's 2017.

"I obviously expect to see a wider pool of African-American men just because that's me, but what I'm excited about is I'm hoping that my cast reflects what America looks like", she shared. I mean, you don't need to be a comedian. "That is a deal breaker for me".

While speculation has been circulating all week about who "The Bachelor" 2017 victor will be, and which one of the women Nick Viall will pick, the big "After The Final Rose" announcement has been highly buzzed about.