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"I mean, I'm not your typical Bachelorette, right? We've already talked about it," Lindsay shared candidly. "I'm the first black Bachelorette, I'm 31, so I'm an older Bachelorette… Then at the same time, I have a different type of job than the typical Bachelorettes have, so I think it's a little bit harder to cast someone for me."
The Dallas-based attorney is definitely ready to find love, and doesn't apologize for the unprecedented move of encouraging men to apply during her Bachelorette announcement on Jimmy Kimmel Live earlier this month.
"Being 31, like, I've been there. I've gone through my twenties, I've been through the journey, so I know exactly what it is that I'm looking for," she explained. "I just really want to take the time to find the right group of guys for me, and I can't complain.Read more at Entertainment Tonight