Fantasy Suites for The Bachelorette have always been steeped in mystery and scandal. No one really knows what happens when the doors close and the mics are turned off. Rarely do leads not extend the invitation to their 3 finalists and rarely do the 3 finalists not accept.
This season appears to be no different. The 3 men, Bryan Abasolo, Peter Kraus and Eric Bigger accept the generous offer to forgo their individual rooms and stay with Rachel as a couple, but do they actually have sex?
Rachel says no. At least she did not have sex with all 3 men.
Lindsay told ET back in March that she didn’t see herself being intimate with everybody in the fantasy suites.
“Right as I stand here today, no,” ….. “But when you get to that moment, you just don’t know, so we’ll have to wait, watch and see. But no, I don’t see that happening for me as I stand here today.”
And last week Lindsay shared ”I’m a woman of my word!”…..”I just said, I didn’t do it with everyone.”
“Fantasy suites were huge for me. I walked in with a list of questions I had. You can’t cover everything with the limited amount of time you have,” ….. “It’s the first time you have extended time with this person, for me, it’s like, if I’m taking the next step, I have a list of questions.”
“Fantasy suites were a game changer for me,” she added.
Tonight on her Dallas Hometowns it seemed clear that Eric was a gonner given that he wasn’t feeling sexually attracted to Rachel during their jacuzzi time and given that he was not yet ‘in love’ with her.
In fact it seemed abundantly clear to me that Eric is gay and will be joining the long list of gay guys that could not perform in the Fantasy Suites on the show.
So I have a strong feeling sex did occur with Bryan and Peter.
But Fantasy Suites aren’t all about sex. They also provide some private time to talk.
When asked whether Lindsay asked her list of questions on or off camera she said “both.”
“I need to see if the person is the same off camera that they are on camera.”
The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.