Rachel Lindsay's journey to find love and a Neil Lane diamond engagement ring on The Bachelorette is finally drawing to a close. 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.
Tonight's finale of The Bachelorette was not only epic-the episode lasted the traditional three hours-but also extremely unconventional. When we last saw Rachel, she had her final fantasy suite date with Eric and was about to give the key to the Fantasy Suite to Peter when the producers realized they needed to add some drama.
The 29-year-old contestant was graceful in his exit, telling Rachel he loved her and wishing her the best for the future.
"I was incredibly emotional at the time", Peter explained. Nick Viall was plagued by how many times he'd been rejected overall.
He said that Lindsay is "everything I always wanted, the sass, the charm, the attorney in her, that really turns me on, " he told the audience. "But it's just me". Tonight's finale is different than any other season before because Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay is there; she is very excited and nervous at the same time.
"My heart has never been more confused than it has been this week".
When Lindsay won over Abasolo's protective mother, he felt comfortable enough to officially drop the L-word and tell Lindsay he loved her. He admits he is leaning on the strength of their relationship but its tough to think about her and the other two men.
She said yes. Again.
Charlize Theron told Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live!" that Lindsay "is smart, she is sexy, she is attractive". Rachel professed her love and sureness of their future to him, and he was basically jumping up and down. But Lindsay was quick to remind Kraus that she is doing just fine without him. The couple finally says that neither would have changed the outcome.