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28 May 2017, 02:08 | Conrad Doyle
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"'The Bachelorette' doesn't officially kick off its 13th season until Monday night", wrote Huffington Post writer Sara Boboltz, "but one of the 31 men vying for Rachel Lindsay'slove has already started off on the wrong foot". She is so kind, really.
Next up came the videos showcasing some of the suitors. Peter Kraus, who owns Worth Personal Training, will make it at least as far as the "Hometown" episode.
And then the limo exits commence. "I cut my brother down from a tree when I was 7 years old".
So, will the likable Lindsay, a self-described career woman and dating-show skeptic, find a husband on the ABC series known for drama, drinking and fantasy suites (but not many lasting marriages)? He says he was the best dressed in the house and he had a suitcase full of outfits to stunt in while he was on the show. Sir. A guy named Adam showed up with a rather large puppet called Adam Jr., which seemed to freak Rachel out. In the premiere, Matt, a 32-year-old construction sales rep, arrives dressed as a penguin.
And that's not all; she couldn't stop gushing about her fiance! She seems charmed. CHUG!
Nothing was as painful as Lucas' entrance, however.
As the evening wears on, guys get aggressive, Mo gets drunk, and Whaboom acts like an idiot. "We just finished filming like 10 days ago". No one will ever forget the whaboom dude. Not because she was exhausted, but because she hated sending men home.
"I did not want to kiss anyone tonight, but boy did I love it", Rachel said. "And see if there's some sincerity there". "They are very good at holding secrets".
After explaining that he's not here to play around (ready for commitment, marriage, etc.), Colombian hottie Bryan grabs Rachel sensually, pulls her in and plants a big, ol' kiss on her. Josiah was crushed because he really thought he was the front-runner (wah wah!). "I believe that you are now engaged to Peter, true or false?" "There was something there". "It was cute, I love the confidence", she said. Bryce received one, along with DeMario and Josiah. It may have been a little gimmicky, but Blake E.'s marching band stunt was a great way to make an awkward first impression turn into a much more romantic gesture. Black said before giving her a hug.
A handful of guys met Rachel early, during "The Bachelor" finale, which some speculated was a distraction from the fact that the winners of that season, Nick and Vanessa, looked so miserable. It may be Memorial Day on Monday, May 29, but the network is still airing a new episode and viewers will not want to miss what is on the way with this one according to the latest Bachelorette spoilers.
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