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Rachel Lindsay

The First African-American Lead in ABC’s The Bachelorette; Host of MTV’s Ghosted: Love Gone Missing, ESPN Radio’s Game Night; Sports Attorney

Rachel Lindsay is an attorney, media host, and podcaster, best known for her ground-breaking turn as the first and only African American lead on ABC's The Bachelorette.

Throughout her emotional journey to find love, Lindsay became a fan favorite for her intellect, authenticity, and ability to navigate difficult situations with confidence and poise. By staying true to herself Lindsay found success on the show, becoming just the fourth Bachelorette to marry her final rose recipient, and has since translated that success into a fulfilling media and sports career, marrying her skills and passions. 

Currently, Lindsay is the co-host of and MTV’s Ghosted: Love Gone Missing and is a frequent special correspondent for ExtraTV. She also served as co-host of the popular Bachelor Happy Hour podcast until 2021. Sports fans will recognize her as a host on ESPN Radio's Game Night and Football Frenzy. 

Apart from broadcasting, Lindsay has worked at the prestigious law firm, Cooper & Scully, P.C. in Dallas, representing clients in state and federal courts. Lindsay obtained her undergraduate degree at the University of Texas at Austin in sports management, then went on to receive her law degree from Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee with a concentration in sports law. 

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