It's time to meet the women who will be vying for Peter Weber's heart.
ABC unveiled a list of 33 women who could be competing on the upcoming season of The Bacheloron Sept. 17 -- before they had even announced Weber as the season's lead. As host Chris Harrison revealed on Monday, however, three of those women have been cut, leaving just 30 to meet Weber on night one.
In addition to revealing the women, Harrison also shared which of them gets the first date and first kiss, as well as who Peter thinks is one of the best kissers in the group.
According to Harrison, "maybe the wildest roller coaster ride of the entire season" centers around Miss Texas 2019. "Something we've never had happen before on the history of the show happens to Alayah," Harrison teased. "Definitely someone to watch."
A client relations manager, Jasmine apparently has a memorable limo entrance when she "comes out of the limo, firing Vietnamese at Peter" and, when it's translated, "it's aggressive... it's just dirty," Harrison said with a laugh.
The Chicago-based attorney "knows how to work the game" and "finds loopholes to her advantage," Harrison teased. Additionally, it turns out that Kelley and Peter randomly met prior to the show, which, Harrison said, "kind of becomes a thing night one when everyone starts to find out."
A former Miss Iowa, Kelsey now works as a professional clothier and is, according to Harrison, "one of the most emotional women in the cast." The host also teased Champagnegate 2019, which is "the most ridiculous thing."
The Georgia-based nanny "impressed" Harrison with her night one entrance by putting "her life in danger." Kiarra goes on, Harrison said, to become both a favorite in the house and "one of Peter's favorites" as well.
The Canadian is a self-described "fashion blogger and acne survivor" who "wears her heart on her sleeve." Harrison also teased that he's "never seen a woman whose face reflected the true agony of being the last rose recipient of the night."
The New York City-based event planner, Harrison said, has "a sharp tongue, and even sharper wit." The host also teased that Natasha coined the phrase "cats and rats," which will, apparently, be used a lot this season in reference to in-house shenanigans.
After starting off "sweet and soft-spoken," the former high school classmate of Hannah Brown pulls no punches while discussing what's on her mind this season, Harrison said. "A certain Bachelor I also know said that she may be one of the best kissers in the group," Harrison teased of Peter.
"I don't know. It was a memorable moment, I think, for everyone," Brown confessed to ET of seeing the clip. "So, they had to put it in the promo."
As for the advice Brown would give Weber about what questions to ask his final women as he wraps up filming, the blonde beauty said it's "really hard for me to give." Her own season ended in a failed engagement to Jed Wyatt after she discovered he had a girlfriend back home during filming.
"I think it's just taking those moments to really get to know the person without the cameras and to make sure that you're really vulnerable and honest with each other," she said. "Just because the show has ended, your life is still starting, and to really get to know what you're in and be able to make confident decisions for yourself moving forward too."
"Just because the show ends, doesn't mean that's the ending. You really need to understand what your relationship is, and I hope that his is a fairy tale and something he's always been looking for," she added.
The Bachelor returns with a three-hour premiere on Monday, Jan. 6, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.