The podcast co-host shared the unconventional spot where she records the show when she isn’t in the “Bachelor Happy Hour” studio in Los Angeles.
On Friday, Rachel posted a video on her Instagram Story of herself sitting on the floor of her closet with her laptop perched atop a stack of shoe boxes. She captioned it, “The dedication is real. This is how I have to record BHH podcast.”
Rachel then teased the upcoming episode, writing, “We have a good one for Tuesday!!!”
The Season 13 Bachelorette has been at the helm of “Bachelor Happy Hour” for six months. She and Ali Fedotowsky-Manno kicked off the podcast, but then Becca Kufrin officially joined Rachel at the mic January 1, 2020. Rachel and her co-hosts haven’t been afraid to ask the hard questions on the one and only official “Bachelor” podcast.
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Rachel also had a powerful one-on-one interview with Mike Johnson on September 19 in which they discussed his experience on “The Bachelorette” and why he really hoped to be the next Bachelor. He told Rachel, “One, I do want to want a wife; and two, it was bigger than me, and I wanted to represent for all people of color.” Though he wasn’t picked to be the Season 24 leading man, Mike feels confident he can “find my wife and find my queen.”
You surely won’t want to miss any episode of “Bachelor Happy Hour,” so be sure to catch up now! Don’t forget to subscribe today on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.