THE BACHELORETTE - "1507" - Bitter tensions that have been building throughout the season finally explode. Amsterdam's spectacular tulips frame the most challenging decision Hannah will make so far. Which men will she choose to take her home and introduce to their families? She is also falling for multiple men, complicating the already difficult situation. The lucky recipient of the first one-on-one date shares a romantic boat trip with Hannah along the city's famed canals. Will they be able to elevate their connection sufficiently to guarantee him a rose? One man's anxiety level shoots up when he learns that he and Hannah will explore The Hague on horseback. Will he be able to open up enough to justify receiving a rose? Another bachelor decides to throw caution to the wind and puts his heart on the line in a late-night visit to the Bachelorette, leading Hannah to make an unexpected decision. The Mauritshuis Museum, displaying paintings of the Old Masters, is the site for the final one-on-one date, which results in a stunning outcome. Hannah takes her remaining men to the bustling cheese market in Gouda and the magnificent Town Hall for the high-stakes three-on-one date, which provides one of the most riveting and explosive scenes this season. Who will survive and who will be sent packing? Find out on "The Bachelorette," MONDAY, JULY 1 (8:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Mark Bourdillon)
How 'The Bachelor' became so famous
01:50 - Source: CNN
CNN  — 

ABC went back in the archives for the newest “Bachelorette.”

It was announced Monday on “Good Morning America” that Clare Crawley will be the latest looking for love in the franchise.

Clare Crawley

Viewers will remember that the 38-year-old hair stylist from Sacramento was a runner-up six years ago during season 18 of “The Bachelor” where she had a famous blowup with bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis.

Crawley went on to appear on the first two seasons of “Bachelor in Paradise” and “The Bachelor Winter Games” in 2018.

The latter show resulted in her becoming engaged to Benoit Beauséjour-Savard after he popped the question during “The Bachelor Winter Games: World Tells All” show.

The pair split two months later.

Crawley sounded as surprised by her pick as some viewers may be.

“Can you believe it?” she said Monday morning on “Good Morning America.” “Six years later? What is happening?”

Crawley joked that she felt “almost” old enough to be the mother of the three finalists on the current season of “The Bachelor,” all of whom are younger than 25.

She said she views her age as an advantage.

“I feel like a lot of people put it out there as this negative thing,” she said. “For me, it’s just more years under my belt, more years learning and knowing what I want and what I won’t settle for.”

The new season of “The Bachelorette” is scheduled to begin airing in May.