We are all waiting to watch Minnesotan Michelle Young take the reigns as the newest lead of The Bachelorette but it looks like we are going to have to wait a little bit longer.

In case you didn't know, a Minnesota native was tapped as one of two new leads for The Bachelorette. Another contestant from her season of The Bachelor was named as the other and filmed her season first, which premieres in June.

Next, it will be Michelle's turn. So when exactly can we expect the new season? We don't have an exact premiere date but we do know that it has been picked up for this fall on ABC. TV Insider says that it will air on Tuesdays later this year instead of the usual Monday.

That is one piece of information we didn't have before! We also have a description of the season. The same report says that Michelle is looking for "the Superman to her Superwoman" who is ready to start a family of her own.

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It doesn't appear that Michelle has taken off for filming yet. She has been active on her social media pages, going to Twins games at Target Field and posting new photos of herself on Instagram.

In case you're curious just why Michelle's season isn't up first, she was waiting for her school year to finish, as she is a teacher in Edina. She teaches in elementary school and said back when she was named as the lead that she wouldn't leave her kids again like she did to film The Bachelor. Therefore, she will be filming during summer break.

If you didn't watch Michelle on The Bachelor, you should definitely watch her as the new lead. She stood out because she didn't get into drama like the rest of the cast. She minded her own business and quickly became a fan favorite.

Matt sent her home after he was down to just two girls but I have a good feeling she will have her fairytale ending and we will get to see it later this year! Stay tuned for an official premiere date.

It will be our second "Bachelorette" from Minnesota, too. The first even brought her final pick to Minnesota after the season finale. In fact - they even came to Duluth and documented it on social media!

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