We Finally Know Who Will Host Michelle Young's Bachelorette Season

As Katie Thurston wraps up her search for love on "The Bachelorette," we are already looking forward to seeing Michelle Young's journey. The 28-year-old Minnesota native will take on handing out roses after "Bachelor in Paradise" ends (via Page Six and Cosmopolitan). To be exact, you can start watching Young welcome her suitors on October 19, 2021.

A lot has changed for "The Bachelor" franchise of late, with one major shift being evident in Thurston's season. As fans know, instead of Chris Harrison hosting, we saw former leading ladies Kaitlyn Bristowe and Tayshia Adams help Thurston navigate her search for the man she hopes to marry.

Harrison did not return to host "BIP" either, with Women's Health reporting instead, we will see several stars take his place, such as David Spade, Lil Jon, and Lance Bass.

Of course, it was since revealed that Harrison has parted ways with ABC, and will no longer be affiliated with the show that made him famous. It's been reported that the 49-year-old walked away from the franchise $9 million richer in the wake of the scandal surrounding his comments about Matt James' final rose pick, Rachael Kirkconnell.

Given all the drama of late, and shuffling around of hosts, who will host Young's season of "The Bachelorette?" We finally know the answer.

You will recognize the hosts of Michelle Young's season

As ET Online reports, two familiar faces will fill our TV screens this fall when Young starts her quest for love "Bachelorette" style. Indeed, Bristowe and Adams have agreed to lend their talents as hosts yet again following Thurston's journey.

Bristowe previously told ET, "It was nice for us to bring women empowerment to the show. Just to be a part of the change that's happening in the franchise and moving [it] in the right direction, I think we were both happy to step in and be a part of that."

For her part, Adams added about Thurston, "I just really wanted to make sure that she knew she had people she could actually rely on, and talk about the difficulties that she's going through, so that way she can make the right decision for herself."

Meanwhile, Variety reports that a permanent replacement for Harrison has not yet been chosen, so it's not known at this time if the ladies will stay on to host future seasons. But for now, Adams and Bristowe are quarantining on location, where Young's season has already started production, according to the outlet.