The women vying for Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s heart have finally been revealed!
ABC unveiled the 29 women hoping to find love on The Bachelor in a press release on Friday. Interestingly, shared the women "who can be revealed" -- and 29 is less than the 30 women who competed for Nick Viall last season of The Bachelor.
The average age of this season's women is 27, nine years younger than Luyendyk. Among them are four Laurens, two Rebeccas (though one spells her name Rebekah), two Brittanys (one spells her name Brittane), a Jenny and a Jenna. Something tells us things will get a little complicated on night one!
Meet Luyendyk's ladies below:
Ali, 27, personal stylist, Dallas, Texas
Amber, 29, business owner, Denver, Colorado
Annaliese, 32, event designer, San Francisco, California
Ashley, 25, real estate agent, West Palm Beach, Florida
Rebecca (Becca), 27, publicist, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Rebekah (Bekah), nanny, Los Angeles, California
Bibiana, 30, executive assistant, Miami Beach, Florida
Brianna, 25, sports reporter, Portland, Oregon
Brittane, 27, marketing manager, Los Angeles, California
Brittany, 30, tech recruiter, Austin, Texas
Caroline, 26, realtor, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Chelsea, 29, real estate executive assistant, Portland, Maine
Jacqueline, 26, research coordinator, New York, New York
Jenna, 28, social media manager, Raleigh, North Carolina
Jennifer (Jenny), 25, graphic designer, Chicago, Illinois
Jessica, 26, television host, Santa Monica, California
Kendall, 26, creative director, Los Angeles, California
Krystal, 30, fitness coach, San Diego, California
Lauren B., 25, technology salesperson, Dallas, Texas
Lauren G., 26, executive recruiter, Los Angeles, California
Lauren J., 33, recent master's graduate, New Roads, Louisiana
Lauren S., 31, social media manager, Dallas, Texas
Maquel, 23, photographer, Orem, Utah
Marikh, 27, restaurant owner, Salt Lake City, Utah
D'Nysha (Nysha), 30, orthopedic nurse, Anderson, South Carolina
Olivia, 23, marketing associate, Chicago, Illinois
Seinne, 27, commercial real estate manager, Newport Beach, California
Tia, 26, physical therapist, Weiner, Arkansas
Valerie, 25, server, Nashville, Tennessee
ET spoke with ABC executive Robert Mills just after Luyendyk was announced as Bachelor No. 22, where he revealed that there was some "fallout" of women expecting Peter Kraus to score the lead spot. According to Mills, however, other women "came out of the woodwork" to date the race car driver, and he similarities between Luyendyk and Kraus led to a successful casting.
"At the end of the day, the goal is always the same, which is for them to find their person. You're going to see with Arie, he's very similar to Nick. They're open to everybody, so you'll see the same diversity as the last few cycles," he revealed. "There's a lot of similarities between Peter and Arie, so I think a lot of thew women who applied are going to be happy with Arie. So it's going to be great."
See more on Luyendyk in the video below.