'Bachelorette' Season 13 Finale Recap Part Deux: After The Final Rose
- Author: Carlos Nash Aug 10, 2017,
Aug 10, 2017, 0:13
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Welcome back, The Bachelorette fans. "So, she just has a hard decision to make". Both parties were clearly hurt, but displaying their discontentment in different ways; Peter was an emotional wreck, while Rachel was on the constant defense.
Rachel and Peter spend their final date in the romantic setting of. a monastery. Once Rachel saw the dress in person, there was no question which gown she was going to pick.
Lindsay also responded to criticism that she was settling for Abasolo, instead of waiting for Kraus to be ready to propose.
So after Eric, Peter and Bryan all get their time, they come together and the only sure thing is that Rachel's fashion this episode has been ON POINT.
Do you think they will last? Rachel wasn't down for that.
Her final words to her new fiancé were, "My heart has never been more confused than it has been this week".
Going into the finale, many thought Peter would end up the chosen suitor, but this season did not go quite as planned. It was frustrating for him that he loved Rachel so much, but couldn't convince her to sacrifice her quest for the ring. One of the best shows on TV.
If Peter knew that he would always want to wait longer than nine weeks to decide if he wanted to marry someone and knew that The Bachelorette typically ends in a proposal, why did he come on the show?More news: Lahore: 2 dead, 35 injured in blast near Sagiyan bridge
Rachel and Bryan rode in a hot air balloon in Spain and he vowed to the cameras that he would propose to her. She had seen this kind of behavior from her last boyfriend - he talked a lovely game, but ultimately couldn't commit.
Bryan said Rachel and his strong mother got along great.
If this was real life, Peter would probably be celebrated for this. The fight between Peter and Rachel was raw but also a complete dismantling of what the show is about for its "contestants". And then Peter wonders out loud: Should I go home?
However, not all of his former castmates agree with him. And so is Peter if he accepts. There's no sign of a proposal or a finale moment. just painful nationwide therapy.
After his stint on this year's "The Bachelorette", Peter Kraus might be the next "Bachelor" for the show's upcoming season 22. "I don't know if I can get to that level with someone that fast, but I certainly know that I tried".
"We just want to bring our lives together wherever that may be, " she said.
So Peter, you'll be fine. Who did you root for?
Rachel thought he was too ideal, but is there such a thing? "It was tough to watch as a man".
In a milestone season featuring the first black woman to star on the show and the most diverse cast of guys ever, Lindsay picked Bryan, whose parents are from Columbia.