Rachel Lindsay picks her winner tonight on the finale episode of The Bachelorette and there are three suitors left, vying for her heart. Show host Chris Harrison told Glamour that he weighed in on the final guys to Lindsay and told her that:
[I could have guessed] the top four or five guys,. You know, Dean, Peter, Eric, Bryan … definitely. But there’s no way I could say, ‘definitely him.'” Still, “I told her, ‘You can’t go wrong.’ They are four good guys, [and now three] great guys with Peter, Eric, and Bryan. Now it’s a matter of who fits into Rachel’s life. We’ll see.
On an episode of the show, Lindsay has said that she is determined to walk away from this with a ring on her finger, meaning that commitment is a priority for her. Lindsay voiced to one of the men on the show:
I didn’t come this far and put my life on hold and sacrifice everything I had to to do to just have a boyfriend at the end of it. For me, a proposal isn’t, ‘Oh my god, you’re getting down on one knee and you’re proposing and we’re getting married tomorrow, next week, next month, next year.’
Clearly, Lindsay is going to have an emotional finale tonight as she says goodbye to two men. But, before the episode airs tonight, let’s get to know each of the remaining three men.
At the start of the season, Bigger and Lindsay had already danced together in front of America during the After the Final Rose special from Nick Viall’s season of The Bachelor. Bigger comes from humble beginnings and is a motivational speaker, as well as a fitness enthusiast. He also has tried his hand at modeling, with a Model Mayhem profile that reads: My name is Eric Bigger I’m fun, energetic, and an out going person. I’m looking forward to work with all sorts of people, who are professional, cool, and want to win in life. You get out what you put in, no time to waste. I’m on a mission, no matter the condition, I’m all about winning. Honesty is the best policy, so lets keep it that way. Over the course of the season, Lindsay has admired Bigger’s sincerity and her family was a fan of his as well. Their only concern, as well as Lindsay’s, was that Bigger had never been in love before and he said that he was in love with Lindsay.
Fresh out of the limo, on premiere night, Kraus joked to Lindsay that he’s from Wisconsin, but knows she hasn’t had much luck with guys from Wisconsin, since former Bachelor star Nick Viall is from there. Kraus got the first solo date with Lindsay and the two carried on a great connection. But, Kraus had difficulty when it came to his views on proposing and commitment with Lindsay. When Kraus is not on the show, he is a Personal Trainer at Worth Personal Training. He has also been a model in the past and he volunteers for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. On the show this season, Kraus voiced that he was not a fan of fellow finalist Bryan Abasolo and said that he was too confident in himself.
Dr. Bryan Abasolo is the first man to kiss star Rachel Lindsay on the premiere episode. He is a 37-year-old chiropractor physician, which explains his “Dr.” title and he also gets this season’s first impression rose this season. Show history reveals that people who get the first impression rose go far in their season. In addition to getting the first impression rose, Reality Steve initially reported that: Bryan knows he’s a front runner, the audience knows it almost right away, and I think that will rub some people the wrong way … I already know people will just automatically think that HE thinks he’s too cool for everyone. Several of the other contestants this season on the show, have said they aren’t fans of Abasolo’s. In addition, Lindsay’s family had their reservations about Abasolo, calling him “a charmer.” Lindsay also had some concerns throughout the season, worrying that Abasolo was “too good to be true.”