Guy number three, Dean, said: "I've dated black and I'm never going back".
Although she failed to win Nick Viall's heart, the Dallas-based counsel admitted "The Bachelor" star has inspired her to pursue love through the program. The 31-year-old attorney from Dallas will be taking the reins as the next Bachelorette, and her journey to find love starts shortly after Nick's season of The Bachelor ends on Monday, March 13.
"The truth is it's actually a surprise for you", Harrison told Lindsay. But "The Bachelorette" has just begun, and it already looks like it's going to be one of those terrifying waking dreams that you can't quite snap out of. What's even more exciting, though, is that out of Nick's stint on The Bachelor comes Rachel's season on The Bachelorette. We don't know anything about him, but he did buy a ring and book some flights to Vegas for he and Rachel to elope, so that's fun.
Of course, things got racial from the get go as one of her suitors, a white male, made his grand introduction by reassuring her that he's "ready to go Black".
The African-American lead added she is looking for someone who is confident and secure. Finally, Eric from Baltimore took the stage and demonstrated some dance moves.
She told Harrison, "I don't want to jump the gun!" I mean, you don't need to be a comedian.
As for how these first four men stack up against other candidates this season, Realty Steve says viewers shouldn't expect much.