ABC has announced the 31 eligible bachelors who will be competing on The Bachelorette's thirteenth season starring Rachel Lindsay.

The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison initially made the cast announcement during a Facebook Live video on Wednesday, which was a real Bachelor franchise first.

"[The suitors] are a part of the most successful, most diverse and, of course, most dramatic cast we have ever had on the show," Harrison said in the live video, adding that the group is comprised of men who are generally older in age and have strong educational backgrounds as well as diverse jobs.

"Rachel knows what she wants. She's not looking to date, she's looking for someone serious," the host said.

(So it's probably safe to say Harrison must not have been referring to Jonathan, who is listed as a "tickle monster" in his ABC bio).

According to ABC, a professional wrestler by day and a doting dad by night, a chiropractor with "magic hands," a secret admirer with a crush since childhood, a "charmer" who suggests taking a trip to Las Vegas and getting married immediately, and a startup recruiter with a memorable introduction and "unforgettable" opening line will all be among the men competing for Rachel when The Bachelorette premieres Monday, May 22 from 9-11PM ET/PT on ABC.

Season 13 of The Bachelorette will begin with the 31-year-old attorney from Dallas, TX, sitting down with some of her close friends from the latest season of The Bachelor to talk about her journey ahead and receive some advice. Rachel will catch up with Alexis Waters, Astrid Loch, Corinne Olympios, Jasmine Goode, Kristina Schulman, Raven Gates, and Whitney Fransway to discuss her hopes and dreams.

After moving into the show's infamous Los Angeles mansion, Rachel will then be introduced to the eligible suitors willing to fight for her heart and her final rose.

Many of Rachel's bachelors will attempt to make memorable and lasting first impressions during their limo arrivals -- including Brady, who carries a sledgehammer with him to "break the ice;" Matt, a "mild-mannered" suitor who "waddles in wearing a penguin costume;" and Blake E., an aspiring drummer who got to meet Rachel on Nick Viall's The Bachelor: After the Final Rose and walks toward her accompanied by a loud marching band, according to ABC.

As fans probably recall, Rachel loved dancing through the streets of New Orleans with Nick to the sound of a marching band on The Bachelor last season.

When Blake E. and the other three men who initially met Rachel on After the Final Rose get a second chance to make a first impression, jealousy sparks among the rest of the bachelors.

At the cocktail party, the men will try to dazzle the Bachelorette during their short but precious one-on-one time. Meanwhile, Rachel will attempt to talk to every single one of the guys who took time out of their lives and showed up to get to know her.

Josiah, a fellow attorney, opens up to Rachel about his troubled past; Fred, a former elementary school classmate, shows Rachel his yearbook and admits he's been carrying a lifelong crush; Adam shows up with a surprise friend -- an identical dummy named A.J. -- much to Rachel's delight; and the Bachelorette is charmed by Bryan, who describes himself as "the good kind of trouble."

ABC revealed Bryan comes on strong but captivates Rachel and "literally" sweeps her off her feet.

One "disgruntled" bachelor, Blake E., then confronts an "obnoxious joker," Lucas, whom he accuses of appearing on the show for the wrong reasons.

The pressure will mount as host Chris Harrison brings out the coveted First Impression Rose, and Rachel will be impressed by the apparent sincerity of Kenny, a single dad devoted to his daughter.

The night will conclude with a Rose Ceremony in which eight men will be cut and only 23 bachelors will remain.

Following the Season 13 premiere, the reality dating series will return to its regular time slot of 8-10PM ET/PT on Monday nights beginning on Monday, May 29.

Below is the list of the 31 suitors who will be appearing on the next edition of The Bachelorette:

- Adam Gottschalk, a 27-year-old real estate agent from Dallas, TX

- Alex Bordyukov, a 28-year-old information systems supervisor from Grosse Pointe Park, MI

- Anthony Battle, a 26-year-old education software manager from Chicago, IL

- Blake Elarbee, a 31-year-old aspiring drummer from Marina del Rey, CA

- Blake Killpack, a 29-year-old U.S. Marine veteran from San Francisco, CA

- Brady Ervin, a 29-year-old male model from Miami, FL

- Bryan Abasolo, a 37-year-old chiropractor from Miami, FL

Bryce Powers, a 30-year-old firefighter from Orlando, FL

- Dean Unglert, a 26-year-old startup recruiter from Venice, CA

- DeMario Jackson, a 30-year-old executive recruiter from Century City, CA

- Eric Bigger, a 29-year-old personal trainer from Los Angeles, CA

- Fred Johnson, a 27-year-old executive assistant from Dallas, TX

- Grant Hubsher, a 29-year-old emergency medicine physician from New York City, NY

- Ignacio "Iggy" Rodriguez, a 30-year-old consulting firm CEO from Chicago, IL

- Jack Stone, a 32-year-old attorney from Dallas, TX

- Jamey Kocan, a 32-year-old sales account executive from Santa Monica, CA

- Jedidiah Ballard, a 35-year-old ER physician from Augusta, GA

- Jonathan Treece, a 31-year-old "tickle monster" from New Smyrna Beach, FL

- Josiah Graham, a 28-year-old prosecuting attorney from Ft. Lauderdale, FL

- Kenneth "Diggy" Moreland, a 31-year-old senior inventory analyst from Chicago, IL

- Kenny Layne, a 35-year-old professional wrestler from Las Vegas, NV

- Kyle, a 26-year-old marketing consultant from Los Angeles, CA

- Lee Garrett, a 30-year-old singer and songwriter from Nashville, TN

- Lucas Yancey, a 30-year-old "whaboom" from Santa Monica, CA

- Matthew "Matt" Munson, a 32-year-old construction sales representative from Meriden, CT

Michael Black, a 26-year-old former professional basketball player from Chicago, IL

- Milton, a 31-year-old hotel recreation supervisor from North Bay Village, FL

- Mohit Sehgal, a 26-year-old product manager from Pacifica, CA

- Peter Kraus, a 31-year-old personal trainer and business owner from Madison, WI

Robert "Rob" Howard, a 30-year-old law student from Houston, TX

- Will Gaskins, a 28-year-old sales manager from Miami, FL
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Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.