Nick Viall's season of "The Bachelor" premieres on Monday, January 2, but fans can get a glimpse of ABC's new leading man during the 2017 Rose Bowl parade that will broadcast live from Pasadena, California on Monday morning.

According to KTLA, this year's "The Bachelor" float depicts a scene from one of Nick's dates on the upcoming season of the popular reality TV show. The Echoes of Love float features a tropical jungle scene complete with a spot high atop the float for Nick to stand and wave to his fans during the Parade of Roses.

Everything's coming up roses for Nick

Last year's float featured "The Bachelor" star Ben Higgins in a tropical setting, complete with a working hot tub. Nick won't have access to a hot tub on this year's float, but there's a good chance he'll end up in one with one of his 30 ladies during this year's season of "The Bachelor."

Although there isn't a hot tub on the 2017 "The Bachelor" Rose Parade float, it still has a water feature. In addition to palm trees, monkeys, toucans, there is a pretty sweet waterfall on the float — and, of course, dozens and dozens of roses.

Watch the Rose Parade on TV or online

The 128th annual Rose Parade begins at 11 a.m. ET on Tuesday, January 2, nine hours before ABC airs the premiere of "The Bachelor" Season 21.

If you aren't in Pasadena to watch the parade, tune in to one of seven television networks to watch not only Nick Viall's float, but dozens of other magnificent floats that will be decked out in roses.

Watch the parade on ABC, Hallmark Channel, HGTV, KTLA (Tribune), or NBC. All of the networks will televise the parade, but only HGTV will have full coverage of every float without commercials.

If you are not near a TV on Monday morning and don't want to miss out on seeing Nick Viall on "The Bachelor" float, head over to ABCgo or download the Watch ABC app and watch the parade via the free live stream. Live stream service is only available in select cities at this time and you will need the user name and password of your cable TV provider to access the live stream.

After you watch the 2017 Parade of Roses, tune in to watch "The Bachelor" Season 21 premiere at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Watch a sneak peek of Nick's season in the video trailer below.