Rachel Lindsay met her fiance on The Bachelorette, but she also met a few guys she wishes she didn't.
ET's Lauren Zima caught up with the 32-year-old attorney after the Men Tell All taping earlier this month, where she revealed which guys from her season she'd be just fine never seeing again.
"I mean, I think that's pretty obvious," Lindsay shared.
"Lee, DeMario... Should I put my fingers out and keep counting?" she joked. "I'm just kidding. Lee and DeMario [and] Lucas ["Whaboom"]. Lucas too."
While Lindsay came face-to-face with a few of those guys during Men Tell All, she also had valuable conversations with a couple others.
"I am so glad that I was able to speak freely about Adam and Matt. I feel like America didn't get to see their true worth, because they're such amazing guys," she confessed. "And there's a reason they made it that far, whether or not it played out on camera or not, I was there for it! My relationship meant a lot to them, and I am so glad that I was able to talk to them about it and how I felt about it."
"It brings a lot of closure to a lot of guys," Adam agreed of seeing Lindsay again at Men Tell All. "It's something where I feel like some people have a lot of built up questions about their relationships, and it's something where you want to get clarity not only on the other contestants but also your relationship with Rachel."
Fan favorites Kenny and Dean told ET that they were also glad to speak their peace at the taping.
"I feel like the most important thing for me was to let Rachel know that regardless of the Lee/Kenny situation, that I was here for Rachel, and I was to let her experience me and I wanted to experience her," Kenny said. "I wanted to see what she had for us. It was real heartfelt. I feel everything I said to Rachel, I felt. And it was great seeing her. She's beautiful and she always puts a smile on my face."
"It was cathartic," Dean explained. "I kind of had this internal dialogue with myself talking about why she did what she did, and pretty much everything she said tonight kind of echos exactly what I thought and what she's been saying the entire time."
"She just has to follow her heart and that's what she did... I think she could have been a lot more brash, but I respect and appreciate everything about her," he added, before revealing that he "of course" still has feelings for Lindsay.
"I opened up a lot more to her than I had to anyone else, so there's always going to be a little part of me that feels a certain way about her," he admitted. "But I'm ready to move on to the next thing and see what else is out there."
The season finale of The Bachelorette airs next Monday, Aug. 7, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
Dean told ET
earlier this month that he thought Lindsay was "blinded by lust" in her relationship with frontrunner Bryan.
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