Now that Hannah Brown has been confirmed as the next Bachelorette, fans are wondering what they can expect.
What sort of man is she hoping to find? What is her dating style when she's not just one woman among many?
For one thing, Hannah plans to "unleash the beast" on her season.
24-year-old Hannah Brown sat down with Ellen DeGeneres to gush about her experience on The Bachelor and her hopes for The Bachelorette.
"My journey on The Bachelor was interesting," Hannah admits. "I definitely grew but had ups and downs.”
And she's the first to admit that she didn't always see herself as the natural pick to be the leading lady.
“There are moments that I did not think this would happen," she confesses.
"But I think the reason I am here is because I am real," Hannah explains. "I showed every part of myself."
She means every facet of her personality, you pervs.
Hannah shares her aspirations for the man who will, if all goes well, propose to her.
"Ultimately, at the end of this, I want [him] to know me and every part of me," Hannah says.
Again, she means every level of her personality.
She wants him to know the real her and "not just some version of myself that I like, packaged together and was like, ‘Do you like this?’”
“I think I’ve done that in the past," she admits.
"But [I’ll show] the good and the bad," Hannah promises. "And I want that in return."
So, what does Hannah want out of the man she'll marry?
Well, she's the first to admit that she wants "a good-looking" guy.
So that's why she wasn't in Arie's season.
"[I want] just a good human," she says, like an alien reading a dinner menu. "Good heart, kind, and strong."
She has emphasized more than once that she wants "someone with a good heart."
Ellen points out that Hannah is only 24 years old.
It's no longer the 1950s, and most people think that she's a little young to be tying the knot.
"I’m so ready,” Hannah promises.
“I know I’m young," she acknowledges.
"But," she explains. "I would not have gone on this show if I hadn’t really thought about what is at the end of this."
Some people are just really, really eager to settle down before they're even old enough to rent a car, we guess.
"I feel all the emotions," Hannah said when she was announced as The Bachelorette.
"But honestly," she continued. "I’m just really grateful for this opportunity."
"It didn’t happen for me with my first time around," she noted. "But I do believe that it can happen,”
“I’m just really so grateful and honored that people saw my heart," she expressed.
"And," she concluded. "That I get to continue showing that and that somebody will hopefully share their heart with me."
Hannah beat out the comptetition to play the leading lady.
The other contenders were Hannah Godwin, Tayshia Adams, Caelynn Miller-Keyes, and Demi Burnett.
(Demi is extremely chaotic and more than a little blunt and therefore my absolute pick for the role, followed closely by Caelynn)
Hannah shares that she doesn't have any hard feelings towards Cassie, who won Colton Underwood's heart.
"He’s a good human and has a good heart,” she praised.
“I ultimately just want his happiness," she affirmed. "I’m excited to see everything work out for him."