The Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay opens up about her journey to find love

Lindsay appears live on "GMA" to discuss the latest season of "The Bachelorette."
3:00 | 05/22/17

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Transcript for The Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay opens up about her journey to find love
with the new bachelorette Rachel Lindsay is with us. And you know she brought us, yes, very happy to have you here and thank you for bringing us a sneak peek of tonight's premiere where she gets a big surprise. One of the bachelors is a blast from the past. She was his camp counselor. Oops. I haven't seen you or talked to you in over 15 years. It's good seeing you again, Rachel. It's good to see you again. Give me a hug. I can't believe Fred is here. I knew exactly who he was when he came out of the limo. He was a very bad kid. Was he -- but was he a bad boy? No, no, not in like a sexy way. As an adult. But you know we just saw that clip but the thing is you already announced you're engaged? I am. I'm engaged. Thank you. Well, I mean I'm so excited. I'm so happy and like I just couldn't keep it in so they were like you can announce it and say you're engaged. You can't say who. You have to follow -- in it could be. It could be someone else. We have to follow along on the journey. It's really exciting. You won't be able to tell. Fun to know there's a happy ending at the end of it. You won't be able to tell. That's the best. Michael had a picture with you up earlier with the cast, the most diverse group you've ever seen and you had a say in that. Yes, yes, I went to producers and said, look, I date everyone. I don't have a particular type and I would like for the men coming out of the limo the first night to reflect that and they did as you can see. Do you think that will help viewership. I think you're going to see -- I'm hoping to attract a different audience and more people will start watching "The bachelorette" and, yeah, I think so. I just a man carrying -- oh, no. Some of the entrances. Is that a man carrying a dummy. Yes. Was he one of your favorites? You'll have to see. What was the most surprising entrance made? Ooh. There were a few of them. I kept saying I wanted to be entertained. There was a guy Blake that came with a marching band. He's a drummer boy so he was at the back of it. There was a guy will who came out as urkel. Then he went back into the limo and came out as stefon Arkell in a much sexier way and there was a guy Matt that dressed up in a penguin costume. Yeah. You went on a date to "The Ellen show" with the guys and a lot were in that chippendale style dancing. Were you surprised by that. I was surprised and was mad no one came to dance with me. Yeah, yeah. Hindsight is 20/20. Look at that. Whoa. It sounds like we're in for a really good ride, a good season and I'm so happy to see you so happy. No, I'm not wearing it. I'm not wearing it. We'll be watching. "The bachelorette," everybody, premieres tonight at 9:00, 8:00 central right here on ABC.

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