• How former ‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay keeps her skin glowing

    How former ‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay keeps her skin glowing

    It’s been three years since Rachel Lindsay made history as ABC’s first black “Bachelorette” — and since then, she’s become a television fixture, co-hosting MTV’s “Ghosted” and  recently joining “Extra” as a correspondent. But with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic putting many productions on hold, the 35-year-old Dallas native is glad to be able lay off …
  • ‘Bachelorette’ alum Rachel Lindsay gets ‘Ghosted’ on MTV

    ‘Bachelorette’ alum Rachel Lindsay gets ‘Ghosted’ on MTV

    “Bachelorette” Rachel Lindsay is ready for her close-up — on two different TV shows. Lindsay, the first African-American star of ABC’s long-running franchise, has joined the “Extra” team as a full-time correspondent — and, with Travis Mills, returns to co-host “Ghosted: Love Gone Missing.” Season 2 premieres Wednesday at 9 p.m. On the show, Lindsay …
  • Rachel Lindsay reveals why she agreed to be ‘The Bachelorette’

    Rachel Lindsay reveals why she agreed to be ‘The Bachelorette’

    “Bachelorette” star Rachel Lindsay — who has just joined “Extra” as a correspondent — told Page Six that when she was originally approached to join the reality dating show that’s made her famous, she turned it down. “All the time, I look back and say, ‘What if?’ ” she told us. “It’s like ‘what if,’ because …
  • Former ‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay joins ‘Extra’ as a correspondent

    Former ‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay joins ‘Extra’ as a correspondent

    Rachel LindsayWarner Bros. Rachel Lindsay is adding another title to her already stacked résumé. The former “Bachelorette,” has joined “Extra” as a correspondent for Season 27, the show announced Thursday. Lindsay, 35, will be based in Los Angeles with current host Billy Bush and correspondent Jennifer Lahmers. “I am thrilled to be working with ‘Extra,’” …
  • Rachel Lindsay calls Becca Kufrin’s fiancé Garrett Yrigoyen a ‘piece of s—t’

    Rachel Lindsay calls Becca Kufrin’s fiancé Garrett Yrigoyen a ‘piece of s—t’

    Rachel Lindsay is not holding back when it comes to how she feels about Garrett Yrigoyen, who is engaged to her “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast co-host Becca Kufrin. “I think he’s a piece of s—t, and I have said to her, ‘I will not f—k with him,’” the former “Bachelorette” said on Danny Pellegrino’s “Everything …
  • Rachel Lindsay on Matt James being ‘The Bachelor:’ ‘It feels like a knee-jerk reaction’

    Rachel Lindsay on Matt James being ‘The Bachelor:’ ‘It feels like a knee-jerk reaction’

    Rachel Lindsay was pleased to hear Matt James was chosen as the first black “Bachelor,” but hopes this will be the first of many decisions ABC makes toward a more diverse and inclusive franchise. She told Page Six in a statement on Friday, “Congrats to Matt James. I am happy to see that a black …
  • Rachel Lindsay will ‘dissociate’ herself from ‘Bachelor’ if changes aren’t made

    Rachel Lindsay will ‘dissociate’ herself from ‘Bachelor’ if changes aren’t made

    Rachel Lindsay has called on the execs behind “The Bachelor” to address what she believe is systemic racism, saying she would “dissociate” herself from Bachelor Nation if changes aren’t made. The former “Bachelorette” — the franchise’s only black lead in its history — wrote in a candid blog post that in the past she hasn’t …
  • Ex-‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay: Black women are ‘overshadowed’ in protests

    Ex-‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay: Black women are ‘overshadowed’ in protests

    Before Rachel Lindsay was “The Bachelor” franchise’s first — and only — black lead in the ABC show’s 18-year history, the 35-year-old worked as a lawyer in Texas, where she experienced “subtle racism” inside the courtroom. “I started off as a prosecutor and I would be sitting there, waiting for the defense attorney to come, …
  • Rachel Lindsay on Hannah Brown’s N-word apology: ‘It disappointed me so much’

    Rachel Lindsay on Hannah Brown’s N-word apology: ‘It disappointed me so much’

    Fellow “Bachelorette” star Rachel Lindsay has opened up on how she was disappointed by Hannah Brown’s apology for saying the N-word while singing the lyrics to a song on Instagram. Lindsay, who is the only black series lead in the history of “The Bachelorette” and “The Bachelor,” said Brown told her she was going to …