Rachel Lindsay is shutting down rumors of a mass The Bachelor wedding starring multiple former The Bachelorette stars and their fiances.

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Since Rachel, Kaitlyn Bristowe and JoJo Fletcher are all engaged and looking to wed their significant others in the near future, a source told Us Weekly earlier this week that ABC wants to televise a mass marriage special.

But Rachel, who is engaged to her Season 13 The Bachelorette winner Bryan Abasolo, apparently isn't onboard with this idea.

"I'm not a diva, but it's my special day," Rachel told Entertainment Tonight. "I've never been married before, and I don't plan on having a wedding with multiple people."

"Love Kaitlyn, love JoJo," she added, "but I think we would all want our separate day so I think that's just a rumor."

The 32-year-old lawyer from Dallas, TX, however, is on top of her wedding plans. 

"I do have wedding fever," Rachel admitted. "I mean, I never was the girl who planned her 'perfect' wedding, but when you have, like, the perfect guy for you, you kind of get the fever to plan the perfect wedding."

According to Rachel, "wedding fever" means "plans are definitely being made" and "we're talking about it."

Rachel and Bryan, 37, got engaged during The Bachelorette's August 2017 finale, and she gushed to the magazine in November of last year that she was absolutely "ready" to wed the love of her life.

"We still don't have a date, but I want to get married this year!" Rachel told ET. "And so I'm itching at this point, and I'm putting my hands on anything that has to do with the wedding. Like, I haven't started trying on dresses but that's coming soon too!"

Rachel confirmed that she will be walking down the aisle in 2018.

"I just don't know when. I just know I want it to be this year. As far as a location, I'm thinking Dallas or Colombia! Bryan is Colombian, so we're thinking maybe on the water in Cartagena and having you know, just like a nice beach, cultural wedding where his family can come from Colombia, mine can come," she revealed.

"It will be something different! If the wedding's not there, the bachelorette party is! It depends if it's going to be televised or not, and I think that's really what it comes down to. We're not opposed to it."

As for whether an offer is actually on the table to televise her wedding for ABC, Rachel replied, "No, not yet."

"We're still figuring things out -- if that's what we're going to do, if that's going to work," she elaborated. "Remember, I want my dad [who's a federal judge] to be there and my dad isn't too hip on being televised."