Leo Dottavio received a rose on his one-on-one date with Becca Kufrin, but last season's The Bachelorette star Rachel Lindsay doesn't feel there's much of a connection between them.

"I had just high hopes for Leo and his man bun when we first met him coming out of the limo. But to date, his hair has more personality than he does," Rachel wrote in her Us Weekly blog.

As shown on Monday night's episode of The Bachelorette's fourteenth season, Becca and Leo, a 31-year-old stuntman from Studio City, CA, enjoyed a one-on-one date in Richmond, VA, that kicked off with a romantic helicopter ride.

Although the sights were beautiful, Becca couldn't get her mind off the Chris Randone and Lincoln Adim drama, and so she ended up talking about her feelings to Leo once they touched down.

"It is not a good sign when the lead starts talking about the other men on a one-on-one date," Rachel admitted.

"I know Becca was opening up with Leo but it took away from their intimate moments. There was no doubt she was having a good time and no doubt when the man bun came out, so did more of Leo's personality."

As the date progressed, Becca and Leo shucked oysters and talked over an intimate dinner.

Leo opened up about his fear of "not being enough" for someone, which stems from an inability to please his father by becoming a professional baseball player at a younger age.

But Becca told Leo he should never question his value or worth, and with that being said, she offered him a rose.

"On this date, they seemed more like friends than lovers," Rachel wrote of the date, which ended with the pair dancing and kissing to the music of Morgan Evans.

"He opened up to her and it was really sweet; but again, I didn't see or feel it. This was evident in their dancing! I take it that he has never been a stuntman on a dance floor. I think Becca gave him a pity rose... yes, there is such a thing."

Rachel starred on Season 13 of The Bachelorette and is still engaged to the man who had received her final rose, Bryan Abasolo.

To find out how far Leo makes it on Becca's The Bachelorette this season, click here to read spoilers.

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