The Bachelorette, Andi Dorfman

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Andi Dorfman is on the hunt for love again, and hopefully she'll have a little better luck this time.

Last season, the brunette beauty was the woman who gave former Bachelor, Juan Pablo Galavis, a stern talking to before walking out on him, and the show. Now she's back to find the love of her life —and from the looks of this list, this assistant district attorney has a whole lot of amazing eligible men to choose from. Get excited Bachelorette fans, because we're about to introduce you to a farmer, an opera singer, and a pantsapreneur, just to name a few of her potential suitors' occupations.

What is a pantsapreneur, you ask? We're not entirely sure, but apparently it involves sewing a "one-of-a-kind" pair of pants as a gift just for Andi. Umm... cool?

Among some of the other shows of devotion? Expect to see one contestant pushing his limo up the driveway, while another skips the limo completely and arrives in golf cart. Another eligible guy doesn't even get an invitation, and just shows up to crash the party due to his love for the leading lady! Whether Andi lets him stay is yet to be seen, but let's take a look at the full list of guys, shall we?

Andrew, 30, a social media marketer from Culver City, CA

Bradley, 32, an opera singer from Holland, MI

Brett, 29, a hairstylist from Westminster, PA

Brian, 27, a basketball coach from Camp Hill, PA

Carl, 30, a firefighter from Fort Lauderdale, FL

Chris, 32, a farmer from Arlington, IA

Cody, 28, a personal trainer from Chicago, IL

Craig, 29, a tax accountant from Denver, CO

Dylan, 26, an accountant from Boston, MA

Emil, 33, a helicopter pilot from Costa Mesa, CA

Eric, 31, an explorer from Citrus Heights, CA

Jason, 35, an urgent care physician from Sturgeon Bay, WI

J J, 30, a pantsapreneur from San Francisco, CA

Josh B., 29, a telecommunication marketer from Denver, CO

Josh M., 29, a former professional baseball player from Atlanta, GA

Marcus, 25, a sports medicine manager from Dallas, TX

Marquel, 26, a sponsorship salesman from Las Vegas, NV

Mike, 29, a bartender from Alta, UT

Nick S., 27, a professional golfer from Kissimmee, FL

Nick V., 33, a software sales executive from Chicago, IL

Patrick, 29, an advertising executive from Newport Beach, CA

Ron, 28, a beverage sales manager from Memphis, TN

Rudie, 31, an attorney from Long Beach, CA

Steven, 30, a snowboard product developer from Encinitas, CA

Tasos, 30, a wedding event coordinator from Denver, CO

Andi Dorfman, The Bachelorette

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Perhaps Andi might find common ground with Rudie, who is also a lawyer. Or maybe she'll go for something entire different, like Mike the bartender, or Carl, the firefighter? We're kind of intrigued by JJ, the aforementioned pantsapreneur, and his ability to make pants. Well-fitting pants are hard to find, and we wouldn't be entirely opposed to having our own personal pants maker. We also wouldn't be opposed to having our own personal opera singer, like Bradley. 

Of course, a season of The Bachelor or The Bachelorette wouldn't be complete without two contestants having the same first name. The winners this year? Josh and Nick!

Even without some of the exciting professions that this year's crop of contestants bring to the table, it seems like season 10 has some interesting things in store, from musical performances to trips to France, Italy, and Belgium that will hopefully end with a very happy Andi and an equally happy and very lucky guy.

Eric Hill

This season will start off on a more somber note than usual, as one contestant, 31-year-old Eric Hill, passed away in a paragliding accident in Utah last month, after concluding his portion of the show. It was previously announced that season 10 will be dedicated to the explorer, and host Chris Harrison will honor him in an encore presentation of the season premiere, airing Thursday, May 22 on ABC, by revealing how Eric "shared passionate and courageous spirit in becoming part of the Bachelor family."

Harrison previously commented that HIll will be missed, and that everyone at the show is "extremely saddened by this news. We enjoyed our time with Eric on the show."

Bachelorette creator Mike Fleiss agreed, telling E! News, "We're all just devastated. He was such a vibrant young dude. He was. It's tragic."

Season 10 of The Bachelorette will premiere on Monday, May 19 at 9:30 p.m., with the special encore airing on Thursday, May 22.

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