Rachel Lindsay: I didn't have sex with all three bachelors in 'The Bachelorette' Fantasy Suites
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 07/24/2017
Rachel Lindsay's time in the Fantasy Suites was definitely intimate, but she apparently didn't get physical with all three of her remaining bachelors.
Back in March, before the Fantasy Suite dates were filmed, Rachel told Entertainment Tonight that she couldn't envision herself having sex with everybody.
"Right as I stand here today, no," Rachel said at the time. "But when you get to that moment, you just don't know. So we'll have to wait, watch and see. But no, I don't see that happening for me as I stand here today."
With the episode fast approaching in which Rachel will be shown enjoying her overnight dates, The Bachelorette star provided fans with an update on what went down behind closed doors.
When asked what she can reveal about the Fantasy Suites, Rachel noted, "I held true to my word."
"I'm a woman of my word!" Rachel reiterated while sitting down with ET for an interview last week.
But Rachel replied, "I don't know," when questioned whether she was intimate with anyone at all.
"I didn't give you that [information]," Rachel replied with a laugh. "I just said, I didn't do it with everyone."
Heading into the next July 24 episode, Rachel will be shown introducing Eric Bigger, Bryan Abasolo and Peter Kraus to her family in Dallas, TX. The group will then travel to Rioja, Spain for the overnight Fantasy Suites dates and the rest of Rachel's journey to find love.
"Fantasy Suites were a game changer for me," Rachel admitted.
Rachel apparently used the time off-camera to find out everything she could about the men. According to Life & Style, she asked Eric, Peter and Bryan about their credit scores, how much money they make, whether they'd move to Los Angeles, CA, and more.
"Fantasy suites were huge for me. I walked in to Fantasy Suites with a list of questions I had. You can't cover everything in the limited amount of time you have," Rachel explained to ET.
"It's the first time you have extended time with this person, and so, for me, it's like, if I'm taking the next step, I have a list of questions."
Rachel revealed some of her tough and personal questions were actually asked when cameras were rolling as well.
"I needed to see if the person is the same off-camera that they are on-camera. You never know," Rachel reasoned, before laughing that each of her final three bachelors passed the test because they "were all the same" under both circumstances.