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The Bachelorette: Meet The New Men In Becca Kufrin’s Life

Season 23 of The Bachelorette Premieres May 28 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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ABC released the first photo of The Bachelorette cast, posing Becca Kufrin, a Minnesota Native, with all of her handsome new suitors.

During the season 22 finale of The Bachelor, Arie Luyendyk Jr. proposed to Becca  during the final rose ceremony in Peru. Shortly after the show, Arie and Becca went to spend a “romanic” weekend together in Los Angeles, only for Arie to break up with her. On camera, Arie admitted that he was still in love with Becca’s former castmate and runner-up Lauren Burnham, to whom he is now engaged.

After her split, Kufrin told People Magazine, “He did get down on one knee, he did propose to me, he did say, ‘I’m committing to you, I choose you every day.’ That’s something that I only wanted to happen once in my life, and it’s been robbed from me and I can never have that one time moment again. And the second part is that he lied or hid his true feelings and emotions for weeks and weeks and weeks. The number one thing that I value in a relationship is honesty and loyalty, and I feel like I wasn’t given that.” Despite having her heart broken, Kufrin is looking for love again.

Chris Harrison, the show’s host, revealed the 28 men competing for Becca’s heart this afternoon, during a Facebook Live announcement.

And the fans? Twitter is having a field day.

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Danielle Germain (she/her/hers) is originally from Long Island, New York. She is a rising junior at The American University, majoring in Broadcast Journalism, and minoring in Political Science. She partakes in various activities on campus. Danielle is a Teacher's Assistant, the Vice President of Programming for Caribbean Circle, The Social Media Director and Web Manager for The Blackprint, Programming Coordinator for Founder's Week Committee, Senior Communications Strategist for AUSG Center for Advocacy and Student Equity or CASE, Secretary of the Junior Class Council and a Club Consultant for American University Club Council. After learning more about herself freshman year, Danielle became deeply interested in pushing diversity and inclusion forward. Since then, Danielle has started The Purpose, a bible study for students of color at AU. By creating a safe space on campus, she hopes that the voices of those who feel underrepresented are heard and also valued. In her free time, Danielle enjoys going to brunch and watching Gossip Girl. This past summer, Danielle served as the Corporate Communications Intern for Macy's Inc. Danielle has a passion for politics and a love for writing, and one day hopes to become a political commentator for CNN. She can be reached at dg0060a@student.american.edu.

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