Seinne, a 27-year-old commercial real estate manager from Newport Beach, CA, has been shown competing for Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s heart on The Bachelor's 22nd season. Heading into the next February 12 episode, Arie only has seven women remaining, and Seinne is one of them.
Rachel previously wrote in her Us Weekly blog that she saw sparks flying between Arie and Seinne in Week 4 of the process when they had enjoyed a one-on-one date in South Lake Tahoe. As fans recall, the pair went parasailing, and Seinne proved she's up for a good adventure.
"It is delightful to see Arie and Seinne have a pleasant conversation without interruption and too much kissing," Rachel wrote in her blog at the time. "Seinne is asking all the right questions and I appreciate that... and I think Arie does as well."
Seinne is a standout bachelorette for her beauty, poise and intelligence, so much so, that manyThe Bachelor fans have expressed she's "too good" for Arie and too good to be on a reality dating show. Seinne, however, believes it was the perfect timing in her life to go on The Bachelor.
The Yale graduate and certified yoga instructor -- who has traveled the world and speaks multiple languages -- seems to have effortless conversation with Arie. It also doesn't hurt Arie finds Seinne stunning.
Earlier in the season, however, Seinne admitted to Arie it was difficult to envision herself as the last woman standing on The Bachelor because she doesn't typically see women of color receive the "fairytale ending."
Up until she found her Prince Charming, Rachel apparently related to Seinne's story and insecurities.
"Pop culture does not frequently depict women of color realizing their happy ending. Seinne, I understand you on another level," Rachel wrote in her Us blog.
Rachel has also expressed support for Seinne on Twitter, as well as other Bachelor Nation favorites, including The Bachelor's Season 21 runner-up, Raven Gates.
FOLLOW REALITY TV WORLD ON THE ALL-NEW GOOGLE NEWS!
Reality TV World is now available on the all-new Google News app and website. Click here to visit our Google News page, and then click FOLLOW to add us as a news source!