The finale of "The Bachelor" promised to show a "historic" season ender that would surprise its viewers. True to its words, not only the fans got shocked but also Rachel Lindsay. At the end of "After the Finale" episode special, it was surprisingly announced that "The Bachelorette" Season 13 would also start the day when Nick Viall-lead series ended.

Indeed, it was the first time that the contenders of the upcoming "The Bachelorette" Season 13 were introduced. After "The Bachelor" host Chris Harrison mingled with Nick Viall and his winning pair Vanessa Grimaldi, she talked to Rachel Lindsay and revealed that he had a surprise for her.

"I've been talking about this epic surprise for 'Bachelor' Nation. The truth is, it's actually an epic surprise for you," Chris Harrison teased. Evidently, the first black lead of "The Bachelorette" Season 13 has no idea of what he was talking about.

Chris Harrison went on to say that they have never done what they were about to do in "The Bachelor" that time, The Hollywood Reporter reported. And after calling Rachel Lindsay that she was indeed the new bachelorette, she was surprised when he said that "The Bachelorette" Season 13 officially started that day.

The host then called the new bachelors coming in "The Bachelorette" Season 13 to come out on the stage while Rachel Lindsay cannot believe what she was seeing. "You ready to meet your first guy?" Chris Harrison asked her. As the limo of her new single guys started to roll, the TV personality had no words to say.

Rachel Lindsay admitted that she wasn't ready to start "The Bachelorette" Season 13 that day. Individually, the four guys introduced themselves in the usual launch introduction. According to E! News, as the fake "Bachelor" mansion was seen behind her, the first guy was Demario, who has two plane tickets and a ring with him.

The next one was Blake, a guy that just like Rachel Lindsay was too nervous to start "The Bachelorette" Season 13 surprisingly. The third one was Dean, who was "ready to go Black" to love the Dallas-born star. Lastly, the man from Baltimore, Eric, who has a mantra of "what's mean to be will be," was introduced.