Is Rachel Lindsay Done Being a Lawyer After ‘Bachelorette’ 2017?
Unlike many of the women we see come through this franchise, the Dallas gal has an admirable day job as a corporate lawyer — at least, she did…
If one report is to be believed, her days as an attorney are numbered.
“She wants to change careers once her season is through,” an insider tells Life & Style.
Wait, so what does she want to change it to?
The source claims Rachel is hoping to live out her dream as a sports broadcaster.
“The positive reaction she received from being on The Bachelor and now The Bachelorette has cemented that the change is meant to be,” the source continues.
The insider adds, “She can’t wait until she can make it happen.”
Apparently, working in TV and sports has always been aspiration of hers. Actually, she even studied sports law in school!
As the source tells it, the brunette beauty thought going the legal route over attempting a career at ESPN would be more practical.
However, now that she’s had “the confidence boost she needed” from the show, another insider says she’s ready to go forward with her first love — and ABC wants to help her!
The source reveals, “[Bachelorette producers] think that she’s amazing in front of the camera. She has so much stage presence and spunk. She’s a natural.”
Fans probably should have seen that coming, seeing as Andi Dorfman did almost the same thing back in 2014.
When the Season 10 star joined the show, she was an assistant district attorney in Atlanta. Fast forward a year and she was living in NYC and pursuing a career as a writer.
This is par for the course, people!
The Bachelorette premieres Monday, May 22 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.