‘The Bachelorette’ Selects Charity Lawson as Season 20 Lead | WATCH

*Last Tuesday night’s “The Women Tell All” installment of The Bachelor will remain one of the most memorable for Charity Lawson. During the show, the host – Jesse Palmer – revealed to the 27-year-old child and family therapist that she would be the next leading lady on the show – The Bachelorette. The memorable show lasted two hours, which left Lawson tearful upon learning the exciting news.

The host, Palmer, asked Lawson if she wanted to play a game of “This or That” for The Bachelor’s social media channels, and she accepted. Towards the end of the game, Palmer posed his final question – he asked Palmer if she prefers The Bachelorette or Bachelor in Paradise. And her response was, “The Bachelorette.”

After Lawson’s response, Palmer took a long pause, which led the former to believe she had made the wrong choice. Eventually, Palmer, told her, “I’m glad you said that, because Charity, I want you to be our next Bachelorette.”

“I’m the Bachelorette!” she exclaimed. “Like, I can’t even say that without crying, screaming, but I am the next Bachelorette.”

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“Is this for real? No way, I’m going to totally cry,” she added.

The Columbus, Georgia native received the great news after The Bachelor season 27 lead Zach Shallcross rejected her following the hometown visits.

“I can’t give you the love you deserve,” Shallcross told Lawson. The news caught her off guard, especially after opening up that he was falling in love with him. She said, “I’m falling in love. I’m honestly falling in love.”

But Shallcross eliminated Lawson and who was forced out, full of tears.

Upon learning she will lead the upcoming 20th season of The Bachelor spinoff, Charity confirmed that it was her dream come true.

“I’ve wanted forever to find the love of my life,” she said. “I’m speechless.”

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