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The New Bachelorette Is Revealed!

The Bachelorette

Mar. 12 2013, Published 7:38 a.m. ET

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With The Bachelor Sean Lowe having chosen his bride-to-be, ABC's Chris Harrison named a new star of The Bachelorette on After the Final Rose Monday, and we've got all the details about the lovely lady who was picked.

SPOILER: Who Is The New Bachelorette?

Meet Desiree Hartsock, the lady who will choose between 25 fresh-faced beefcakes this summer as The Bachelorette.

"I just can't even believe I'm here!" said the stunning Los Angeles native, one of Sean's prospective beauties this season on The Bachelor. With the support of everyone, it's just such a blessing. I could never have imagined signing up for The Bachelor and having this opportunity."

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Fan favorite Desiree, 26, said she was very happy for Sean, who proposed to on Monday's season finale.

"I could only hope to have the love that they've found and I am very hopeful in all of this," Desiree said. "And I do hope to meet the man of my dreams."

The brunette beauty, a bridal stylist by trade, said she knows love can be found on ABC's reality romance.

"I'm ready, I'm open and I've seen it happen. I did realize that the feelings are real -- the emotions that you go through," she said. "It is a real relationship and I'm going to have many of them!



"I know that it can happen and one of them will be hopefully my true love, as cliché as it sounds."

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The Bachelorette's new season premieres May 20 on ABC at 8/7c.



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