With 31 men competing for her heart, Lindsay has her work cut out for her.
From a model to a pro wrestler to a "tickle monster," this bachelorette has an array of personalities to choose from when handing out roses.
Let's take a look back at what happened to all of the past couples from both shows.
"The Bachelor" Season 1: Alex Michel and Amanda Marsh (2002) Unfortunately there was no fairy-tale ending for the very first “Bachelor” couple.
Several former bachelorettes have celebrated milestones in recent years.
The track record for successful couples on the spinoff is quite high compared to The Bachelor's less-than-stellar numbers, but where are the bachelorettes and their picks now?
In honor of the highly-anticipated season finale of The Bachelorette featuring Jo Jo Fletcher, we're looking back at which former contestants beat the odds and found love on the ABC dating franchise.
chooses from 25 contestants, with the promise of a proposal in the finale.
After last airing on February 28, 2005, the series returned to ABC during the spring of 2008, following an absence of three years.But Ali came back in 2010 as the sixth Bachelorette to try to find love again.She got engaged to the hunky Roberto Martinez at the end of the season, only to break off their engagement a year later in 2011. They were married in March 2010 on a two-hour special and now have daughter Riley Anne and son Ty, Jason's child from a previous relationship.The blonde beauty of course said yes to 28-year-old Ben Higgins, and has been rocking her 4.6 carat Neil Lane engagement ring ever since.During the , who returned to the show to compete a second time.