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The Bachelorette Is Headed to Bryant-Denny Stadium Next Season, Roll Tide

If you are a fan of ABC's The Bachelorette, here is your chance to get a glimpse at one of the best stadiums in college football. If you are an Alabama Crimson Tide fan, here is your chance to see Bryant-Denny Stadium enter the national spotlight to even the most casual viewer. If you are a fan of both, well, you might have just hit the jackpot.

According to The Tampa Bay Times, who obtained the show's contract via a public records request, NZK Productions signed an agreement with the University of Alabama to film the new season of The Bachelorette on campus. It will include access to inside and outside of the 101,000-seat football stadium, the brick Walk of Champions, the quad and the library in Tuscaloosa.

The reports from early March on social media will come to life. Alabama Hannah is going to show her love for the Crimson Tide to everyone she possibly can, including at her old sorority house, when the series premieres May 13.

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If this doesn't make the show's fans scream "Roll Tide" or sing "Dixieland Delight,"  it's hard to tell what will.

According to her Bachelorette Biography, 24-year-old Hannah Brown was born and raise in Tuscaloosa and graduated magna cum laude with a degree in communications from Alabama. She also went on to be Miss Alabama USA in 2018 before getting heartbroken by Colton Underwood during the 23rd season of The Bachelor.

Colton's season is over. It's now Hannah B's time to shine as the next Bachelorette on the upcoming season. And it really didn't cost very much to get the intro package done on the Alabama campus. The Tampa Bay Times reports the entire film shoot cost $2,000, which Bama head coach Nick Saban could give a stranger on the street and not bat an eye.

So get ready. This Tuscaloosa native and former beauty queen is about to show Alabama women how it's done.

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