There will be two new episodes of "The Bachelorette" this week, Monday, June 26 and Tuesday, June 27 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC. The focus will be on Rachel's one-on-one date with Bryan Abasolo in Norway. He is the one who received the first impression rose on the first night and kissed Rachel which she later confessed she enjoyed.

"The Bachelorette" this season is different from any other season for several reasons. It has a lot of firsts. Rachel Lindsay is the first black bachelorette. She was the first to be announced while she was still a contestant on "The Bachelor" during Nick Viall's season.

Lindsay is the first to say she is engaged while the show is still airing even though she cannot say who she gave the final rose to.

What Rachel can reveal

Even though Rachel can't reveal who she is engaged to, she did reveal how she went about choosing her future husband. After the finale was filmed in May, Rachel said she was confident she had selected the right person to become her future partner.

On May 22, Rachel greeted 31 eligible suitors outside the mansion. From the very beginning, many of those tried to impress her so they could be remembered and perhaps stay on the show as long as possible. Some people think Rachel picked out some frontrunners as soon as she met them such as Bryan Abasolo and Peter Kraus who seem to be her favorites.

Fans believe she is engaged to one of them. At least, they have not been sent home yet. Viewers believe Rachel gave the final rose to Bryan because of the chemistry between them.

According to Hollywood Life, Rachel says she knows she made the right choice when she realized she can't picture a day without the one she selected.

She says she knows he loves her just as much as she loves him.

Drama and distractions

Even though there have been some things that could have distracted Rachel from her goal, she has remained focused. Rachel used to be Fred Johnson's camp counselor. She sent him home and later confessed that she couldn't get passed knowing him as a bad kid at camp.

Then she sent DeMario Jackson home after his girlfriend showed up. He came back for a second chance, and she sent him home again. She dealt with a feud between Eric Bigger and Lee Garrett, but she got back on track.

Rachel can't wait to share her good news with the public, and the public can't wait to find out the good news. However, everyone has to wait until "The Bachelorette" Season 13 finale airs on Monday, August 7 on ABC. Until then, fans can still watch the process as it plays out in each episode.