Who will become the star of “The Bachelorette”? Fans of the ABC reality show are about to find out. The two-night premiere continues May 19 at 8 p.m. EDT, and the results of the rose vote are going to be revealed.

As viewers already know, Season 11 of the dating competition introduced a new twist – two bachelorettes. Both Britt Nilsson and Kaitlyn Bristowe of Chris Soules’ season of “The Bachelor” were named the stars. However, only one of them would continue on the journey of love after the premiere. While it’s usually the woman handing out the roses, host Chris Harrison tasked the contestants on Monday night with voting for which of the beautiful, single ladies they wanted to remain on the show. While a majority of the guys entered knowing exactly who they were there for, others found themselves surprised to see their feelings changed once they met the pair in person. Chris Harrison revealed during an AOL Build Series on Monday that the format will get switched up once “The Bachelorette” is named.

“Now we have a rose ceremony coming up,” he explained of what fans can expect on Tuesday’s episode. “So, now not only do you need to digest that you’re our girl, I need you to go back in and kind of have another cocktail party but with the idea that some of these guys are going home tonight.”

It may sound like the usual format for “The Bachelorette,” however the rose votes are also going to be an added factor. The bachelorette will have to decide if she’s OK with the fact that some of the men voted for another woman. Meanwhile, the contestants will have to decide if they should be honest about who they voted for. They also have to decide if they want to stay and pursue a relationship with the woman with the most votes.

The drama will go down on Tuesday, May 19 at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.