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Ashley Hebert Is the New 'Bachelorette'

March 15, 2011 (6:29 am) GMT
'I'm open hearted and interested in meeting the guys and hopefully fall in love,' the dental student who has been single for four years long said.

Ashley Hebert was not Brad Womack's match made in "" but she is determined to find her own fate through the show's spin-off "". Just a few hours after Brad proposed to Emily Maynard, ABC announced through "" that the dentist-to-be is their new bachelorette.

grilled Ashley on the "Bachelor" oath, asking her things like, "Do you promise, on national television, to date 25 men simultaneously without complaining?", "Do you promise to use the word 'amazing' between 8 and 40 times per show", and "Do you promise to make sure the hot tubs are clean and have enough chlorine and their bacteria levels are low?" To the latest, Ashley responded, "I'll do my best with that."

Ashley is a 26-year-old dental student from Maine who was in the final three of Brad's choice. "I feel like this season taught me so much about myself," Ashley told People. "It primed me for a new relationship. I'm ready to meet 25 new guys. Bring 'em on!"

When Jimmy asked her whether she's glad Brad didn't pick her, Ashley said, "Yeah. ...I mean, I think it all turned out for the best!"

The new season of "The Bachelorette" premieres May 23 on ABC.

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