Danielle Lombard is one of the bachelorettes vying for Nick Viall's final rose on ABC's “The Bachelor” 2017 season and she is said to get a lot of screen time in Episode 4 airing on Monday night. How long will this contestant last and what do viewers need to know about her?

This 'Bachelor' contestant is a California girl

As gossip guru Reality Steve has detailed, Danielle Lombard is 27-years-old and she lives in the Los Angeles, California area. She does quite a bit of modeling and scores various promotional gigs and her “Bachelor” profile notes that she is a small business owner.

This contender for Nick Viall's heart loves to travel and she notes that she has several tattoos.

Lombard clearly loves a good adventure and she lists “Scandal” character Olivia Pope as the fictional character she'd love to be. Danielle also lists things like “Glee” soundtracks, celebrity Chrissy Teigen, and the movie “The Notebook” as favorites.

How long will Lombard get roses from Viall?

Does Danielle have a shot at snagging Viall's final rose? Reality Steve's “Bachelor” spoilers indicate that she'll get a one-on-one date in Episode 4 and she'll go on the group date in Episode 5. When it comes to Episode 6, which takes place in St. Thomas, Lombard reportedly heads out on a two-on-one date with Nick and Whitney Fransway.

Viall will eliminate Whitney during the date, leading Danielle to naturally feel a bit of security that she has a shot with Nick. However, “Bachelor” spoilers tease that she will get a shocker when Nick eliminates her after she tells him that she's falling in love with him. Lombard may not make it to the final six in Season 21, but many would bet that she'll be a top contender to head to Season 4 of “Bachelor in Paradise” this summer.

Will the spoilers regarding the eliminations this winter turn out to be correct? Will Danielle Lombard find love thanks to the franchise in one way or another? ABC's The Bachelor 2017 season with Nick Viall is airing on Monday nights and fans cannot wait to see where things head next.