'The Bachelor' Spoilers 2018: What to Know About Lauren Schleyer

Tonight is episode 3 of The Bachelor, and fans are going to get to know one contestant a bit better. Lauren Schleyer hasn't received much screen time so far this season, but tonight, she'll have a one-on-one date with Arie.

Read on to learn more about Lauren S. and what will go down on tonight's episode, but beware of spoilers!


After tonight's episode, Arie will be left with just 15 ladies.

Lauren S. will be the only one who gets a one-on-one date. The two visit a winery for their outing, but it seems they don't quite hit it off, because according to Reality Steve, Arie sends Lauren home before the rose ceremony.

According to her LinkedIn, Schleyer is a graduate of Baylor University, where she studied Communications, Journalism, and Related Programs. She currently works as a senior public relations and social media manager at AT&T.

Lauren, 31, tells ABC that if she could be one animal, she would be an otter. Asked who her favorite author is and why, Lauren says, "J.K. Rowling because she invented Harry Potter. I'm a nerd."

There Will Be Two Group Dates

Tonight's group date has been dubbed "Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling". The first will be a wrestling match between the women, who will fight it out for a group date rose. Bekah Martinez will reportedly square off against Maquel Cooper-- Bekah chose the wrestling name "Sex Kitten" and Maquel chose "Lunch Lady". Tia, meanwhile, will take on Bibiana.

The second group date will certainly be a fan-favorite. The girls will dress up, and walk through an outdoor mall after their paired with a dog.

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