Bachelor Nation is just days away from joining Rachel Lindsay on her journey to find love on “The Bachelorette.” ABC has kept many of the details surrounding Season 13 under wraps, only announcing the cast on Wednesday.

“Bachelorette” host Chris Harrison shared the identities of the 31 men who’ll be dating Rachel in a Facebook Live video. He shared photos and details about her potential suitors, even revealing which ones fans will find themselves drawn to and which will cause trouble in the mansion. The cast is diverse and different than previous seasons of “The Bachelorette,” which has us anxious for the first rose ceremony.

In addition to featuring the most racially varied cast in “Bachelorette” and “Bachelor” history, Rachel’s Season 13 cast is different in another way. One of her 31 contestants was previously married and spoke openly about it in his bio. Another has a child.

Reality Steve, a trusted source of “Bachelorette” and “Bachelor” spoilers, shared casting rumors on his blog in March. He shared names, ages, occupations and social media information for a number of the men on Season 13 of “The Bachelorette.” While he was right about many of the men dating Rachel this season, he missed the mark on a few.

Rachel was asked about her ideal man during an interview with ET Online. She told the publication that she had no specifications has far as race, but there were a few things she simply won’t tolerate. Rachel told ET that she doesn’t plan to put up with cocky guys or drama during Season 13 of “The Bachelorette.”

“I do not like a cocky guy. I like a confident guy,” she said. “You can toe the line just a little bit, but I cannot stand a cocky guy.”

As far as how she intends to combat against cockiness and drama on the show, Rachel told ET that she felt her straight forward attitude would likely weed out guys quickly. She said that she intended to avoid feeding into chatter about house villains. Rachel told ET, “that’s not my style.”

“I’m so direct that I won’t entertain the drama or [pettieness] or cattiness. I’ll just deal with situations as they come to me, so if guys come to me about a villain in the house, I’ll be aware of it, my antennas will be up but i’m not going to feed into it too much,” she said.

While the cast announcement is the first official glimpse at the “Bachelorette” Season 13 cast fans have gotten, it’s not the only one. Creator/producer Mike Fleiss shared several behind the scenes photos from filming on Twitter. Among them was a picture of the “Bachelorette” cast doing pushups in the house.

Get acquainted with the “Bachelorette” Season 13 cast below — Follow them on Twitter and Instagram:

Rachel Lindsay

Twitter: @TheRachLindsay

Instagram: @TheRachLindsay

Chris Harrison

Twitter: @ChrisBHarrison

Instagram: @ChrisBHarrison

Mike Fleiss

Twitter: @FleissMeister


Instagram: @TinoBordy


Instagram: @SirAnthonyBattle

Blake E.

Twitter: @BlakeLosAngeles

Instagram: @BlakeLosAngeles

Blake K.

Twitter: @BlakeKillpack

Instagram: @BlakeKillpack


Instagram: @BradyErvin


Instagram: @Dr.Abs_


Twitter: @Dunglert10

Instagram: @Deanie_Babies


Twitter: @EBigger22

Instagram: @EBiggsWay

YouTube: Eric Bigger


Twitter: @RealFredJohnson

Instagram: @RealFredJohnson


Instagram: @Doctor.Grant


Twitter: @Iggy_tweet

Instagram: @Iggy_Rodriguez

Jack Stone

Instagram: @JackJStone


Instagram: @NewSmyrnaBeast


Twitter: @KennyKingPB2

Instagram: @KennyKingPB2


Instagram: @LeeGarrett_

Twitter: @leegarrett_


Twitter: @LucasYancey

Instagram: @yyanceyman


Instagram: @Matt_Munson


Twitter: @Mo_Sehgal

Instagram: @Mo_Sehgal


Instagram: @PeterKrauswi


Instagram: @TheReal_BillyG

“The Bachelorette” premieres Monday, May 22 at 8 p.m. EDT. Be sure to tune in as Rachel meets the cast and decides who among them will stay in the mansion and which will be headed home in the first rose ceremony.