Bryan Abasolo is one of five suitors The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison teases viewers should definitely watch for.  

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Bryan, a 37-year-old chiropractor from Miami, FL, will introduce himself to The Bachelorette star Rachel Lindsay when Season 13 premieres Monday, May 22 at 9PM ET/PT on ABC.

"He is a very charming Colombian, Latin-lover type who swears he is ready to settle down with one woman," Chris told Yahoo! TV, "but we will see if he is really ready to take that big step in his life."

Chris suggests Rachel, a 32-year-old attorney from Dallas who previously competed on Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor, will be smitten with Bryan's physical appearance.

"He definitely catches Rachel's eye immediately out of the limo," Chris said. "He is good-looking, eloquent, professional, which are all attributes Rachel is immediately drawn to, so you will see a lot of Bryan."

Abasolo has worked as a chiropractic physician and clinic director in Miami for the last eight years, as he got his start on an accident and injury team in June 2009. The handsome bachelor graduated from the University of Florida.

Chris told Yahoo! TV there were definitely perks of having a chiropractor on the set of The Bachelorette.

"He can adjust [Rachel]'s back as we travel all over the world," Chris joked. "Actually, he could make adjustments on all of us. Now that I think about it, I should always argue that we cast at least one chiropractor or masseuse a season."

The show's longtime host insisted the Season 13 cast is filled with "more mature, professional" suitors than seasons past "ready to settle down" with Rachel, who is "a little older" and "established in her career."

Chris called Rachel a "control freak" and said the men vying for her affection are "a strong group" who are "specifically interested in dating" only her.

Although some fans were upset ABC prematurely announced Rachel's casting as The Bachelorette star because it gave away that Nick did not choose her at the end of his The Bachelor journey, Chris said it turned out to be a good decision because the network was able to "properly launch her season" and guarantee worthy suitors.