'The Bachelorette' rejects handicap the season finale

Carla Harmon
August 8, 2017

An insider reveals that Rachel has decided she wants to host 300-plus guests in her home state of Texas either next fall or winter.

Rachel Lindsay's historic, and historically delightful, journey on "The Bachelorette" came to an end on Monday night.

Rachel has narrowed down the field to only three bachelors - Eric Bigger, Bryan Abasolo and Peter Kraus - heading into The Bachelorette's thirteenth-season finale. "Wait! I want to tell you that I love you and I'm in love with you and I can't imagine spending my life with anyone else". Lindsay quickly dumped the incompatible suitors and kept the men she was into, making it hard for producers of the hit ABC show to keep this season filled with surprises.

Finally getting to the show, we pick up with Peter and Rachel's overnight date. "Eric is always fun", she gushed on the July 17 episode. (And he should probably be happy that's all that was blown away with that wind.) She is checked out, and Bryan can feel it.

When Abasolo got his turn to meet Lindsay's loved ones, they totally grilled him and told her that he lacked sincerity. He wasn't able to get to the point on the show where he was ready to get down on one knee, and that was in some way a problem. No, she's engaged to Peter ... "When it gets down to the finale and the final two guys, the last breakup is the most heart-wrenching of all time", an insider told Us.

Lindsay even had celebrities singing her praises, co-signing that she's "too good" for the franchise. "After she left, he collapsed and sobbed". "I just want to be in public and do simple things like grab a cup of coffee together". Luckily, for those who just can't wait until tonight's final rose ceremony, Reality Steve has all of this season's secrets already detailed - including who wins!

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