The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison has revealed which five suitors on the show's upcoming eleventh season are the ones to watch for.

With Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson being two "incredibly empowered" Bachelorettes, the first night of filming actually "ended up being more awkward for the guys," according to Harrison.

Harrison told Yahoo TV the guys were bad at introductions out of the limo and had very little game. The 25 suitors rubbed each other the wrong way and fought for the women's attention, which ultimately made some of the guys so "aggressive" they came close to "a full-on throwdown."

Although the men are "mostly a good group," there's "a few rotten apples," according to the host.

So which guys are the ones Harrison suggests keeping an eye on?

For starters, Chris Strandburg, a 28-year-old dentist from Nashville, TN.

Strandburg is a "charming dentist with a million-dollar smile and a sunny personality to match it," Harrison told Yahoo TV.

"He says he is ready to get down on one knee and he's a very nice, clean-cut guy with a ripped body. But we will see if it is true what they say about nice guys finishing last. He also has one of the best arrivals we have ever had on the show. It is up there with [Kalon McMahon] on the helicopter and [Jef Holm] on the skateboard."

Next is the "very good looking" Ian Thomson, a 28-year-old executive recruiter from Los Angeles, CA.

Thomson is "ready to sweep the Bachelorette off her feet. He's a Princeton graduate and definitely approaches being on the show analytically and very cerebrally. But he can be off putting and his approach can easily be misunderstood as uninterested or unromantic," Harrison explained.

"He is vetting out the women as much as they are looking for the man of their dreams. He is approaching it like a project, but he is very sincere and real about it. It's probably the way he has become successful in all the ways he is, and so he is going to employ this proven strategy to dating too."

A real charmer is Clint Arlis, a 27-year-old architectural engineer from Chicago, IL.

"There's a fine line between cocky and confident and Clint walks that line constantly. He could easily be mistaken for arrogant. He's a big city architect, well educated, with movie star good looks and he knows it. He's a charmer, but can turn some people off with his attitude," Harrison said.

"The best thing about him is that on Night 1, he gave Kaitlyn a picture of me riding a triceratops. He's a talented artist, but why he chose to draw that I have no idea. It was like something someone in prison might draw and send to you. You would be both flattered and frightened."

Add the "buff bachelor" Ben Zorn, a 26-year-old fitness coach from San Jose, CA, to the list.

Zorn "is this season's [Cody Sattler]. He has this unbelievable body, which he shows off often. One of his big stories is the untimely death of his mom and how it affected him and how much that has made him ready to devote himself to a loving wife," the host told Yahoo TV.

"That's a story you will see play out throughout the show. He is a sweet, good man who has a big heart. I guess he was a big guy, upwards of 300 pounds, and after his mom's death shook him up, he got his life and health in order. He has such a good perspective on life and I think audiences will fall in love with him."

Lastly is the "nice Southern" guy named Joe Bailey, a 28-year-old insurance agent from Columbia, KY.

"He is a good ol' boy from Kentucky. He has a really slow, bluegrass drawl and charm as well as a nice Southern grin," Harrison noted.

"He is just off the farm and ready to settle down. I think it will depend on who the Bachelorette is and if she will be a good fit for him. And really the question for the girl will be, 'Is this guy too good to be true?' He says and does the right things and with the accent that is hard not to fall in love with, but is it for real?"

The Bachelorette's eleventh season premieres Monday night at 9PM ET/PT on ABC. A second broadcast will follow the show's debut on Tuesday, May 19.


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