Acho, whose web show has become a cross-cultural hit delving into race relations, would be "fantastic," says Lindsay. "(He's) very outspoken about racial injustice, for social justice, and has pretty much been the person who said, 'I can have these uncomfortable conversations, and people trust it.' Who better to lead it? (He's) someone who's not involved with the franchise, no ties, no bias — I think it'd be great." ALSO: Lindsay calls out The Bachelor's Rachael Kirkconnell's "vapid" Instagram attempts at anti-racism.