Andi Dorfman has been officially announced as The Bachelorette's tenth-season star.

Dorfman, a 26-year-old assistant district attorney from Atlanta, GA, said she was "speechless" about the opportunity and definitely "looking to find that great love" during Monday night's The Bachelor: After the Final Rose special on ABC. 

"If you fall in love, don't be afraid to say that," host Chris Harrison told Dorfman last night, clearly taking a shot at how The Bachelor's eighteenth-season star Juan Pablo Galavis ended his season on a disappointing note for viewers.

A letter had leaked late last month from the District Attorney of Fulton County in Georgia, granting Dorfman a three-month leave of absence from her job to appear on an unspecified "program," which seemed to all but confirm her participation in the reality dating competition's upcoming season.

The letter from Dorfman's boss, Paul Howard Jr., obtained by TMZ gave her time off for her "highly unusual" request from February 20 to May 31, which covers the period when The Bachelorette films its tenth season.

Dorfman was reportedly producers' top pick to become The Bachelorette's next star following her dramatic The Bachelor exit in which she dumped Galavis for not meeting her expectations.