Before Arie Luyendyk Jr. officially hands out roses on The Bachelor
stars Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo have some words of wisdom for the season 22 star.
"We're just like 'Be yourself,'" the Dallas attorney told E! News
. "You can't go wrong with that."
Abasolo also pointed out that the race car driver should "put your heart on your sleeve."
"Just lay it out there," he added. "Get those emotions out of everybody and make the most out of every relationship you have with each woman."
Lindsay and Abasolo's advice seems to be working so far for the engaged couple, who is looking forward to tie the knot next year. Besides sharing how her entourage would look like
, Lindsay also reveled a few more details about her big day.
"I don't want to offend anyone with bridesmaids, so I think I'm just going with my sisters," the former Bachelorette told Us Weekly
about who she'll choose to stand by her side as she weds her fiance.
"My new thing is that I think we're going to have a couple of rows," she added. "A row dedicated to the girls from [The Bachelor] and a front row for my sorority sisters. He's got the same thing, [a row for] Bachelorette guys, fraternity guys."
As for whether the couple will wed on TV, Lindsay remains uncertain.
"That we don't know. We know that we want it to be next year, we haven't like started seeking out if we want to do it on television yet," she said.
The Bachelor returns January 1 on ABC.
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