This Texas native is known for handing out roses on Season 13 of ABC's "The Bachelorette" after appearing on Season 21 of ABC's "The Bachelor," making history as the first African-American lead in the franchise. She found love and met her husband Bryan Abasolo on the show, The two got married in 2019.
Rachel is a correspondent for Extra and Host of “Ghosted: Love Gone Missing” on MTV. She co-hosts Bachelor Nation's official Bachelor Podcast, Bachelor Happy Hour as well as The Ringer’s “Higher Learning with Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay” podcast highlighting Black culture, politics, and sports.
A lover of sports, Rachel co-hosted “GTL” on ESPN Radio. She additionally worked as a guest host for ESPN’s flagship show "First Take," "SportsCenter" on Snapchat, and ESPN’s social media channels.
When she's not hosting, she’s an attorney. Rachel, 35, obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin, then went on to receive her law degree from Marquette University in Milwaukee. Driven and passionate about her career, Rachel quickly joined a prestigious law firm in Dallas after graduation. Now, she splits her time between Miami and Los Angeles, where she is based for “Extra.”
Born and raised in Minnesota, but now residing in sunny California, Becca is a former publicist and television personality with a small-town vibe. She is best known for receiving the final rose on the 22nd season of ABC's The Bachelor and handing out the roses on the 14th season of ABC's The Bachelorette.
Along with falling in love (twice) on national t.v., Becca also has a deep passion for writing, corgis, a good book, wood-burning fireplaces, dance and yoga, robes with slippers, glasses of vino and creating new recipes in the kitchen.
Since her time away from reality t.v., Becca founded and runs B the Label, a loungewear line focused on clothing to help women feel comfortable and confident. Tapping into her deep passion for women's empowerment and equality, Becca partnered with WomenOne, a non-profit devoted to creating positive change in the lives of women and girls globally through access to quality education. Each purchase with B the Label helps further this initiative.
When she is not busy being a dog mom to Corgi Minno, Becca is also busy as cohost for Bachelor Live on Stage and Bachelor Nation's official Bachelor Podcast, Bachelor Happy Hour.