Second time's a charm! Months after meeting the first batch of men competing for Clare Crawley's heart, a new group of The Bachelorette 2020 contestants are here. It looks like even after a quick re-cast, the original two Canadian hunks are still in line for the TV personality's heart.
Crawley's contestants were first revealed in early March before the reality dating series was forced to postpone the season.
After months of delay, host Chris Harrison said that the team expected to do recasting due to changing schedules and the availability of contestants.
It looks like the searching is complete as Crawley's new group of suitors was recently revealed on the official The Bachelorette Facebook page.
The 39-year-old from Sacramento, California takes the crown as the oldest Bachelorette in its 16-season history.
According to ET Canada, this new batch of contestants includes men aged 25 to 40, with most being in their 30s. Right now, there are 42 suitors and of those, 25 are new names while 17 kept their spot, including the lucky two Canadians.
The first we'll get to meet is 38-year-old Mike from Calgary, Alberta.
Viewers already fancy the Albertan as they left comments that read, "Perfect age, genuine looking, Clare and him would look good together!"
Another wrote, "I have a really good feeling about this one. If he doesn't end up with Clare, big next Bachelor (after Matt) vibes."
Next up is 29-year-old Blake Moynes from Burlington, Ontario.
Moynes also has viewers smitten with one writing, "What a good looking guy! Talk about getting my rose! He could have my bouquet!!!!!!"
"Has a kind face! Warm smile!" another added.
Crawley is no stranger to dating Canadians as she was once engaged to Montreal-born Benoit Beauséjour-Savard.
The former Bachelorette Canada contestant proposed to her at a reunion episode but their engagement only lasted a little over a month.
Crawley's season of The Bachelorette is expected to air every Tuesday this fall, though a premiere date hasn't been announced yet.