"The Bachelorette" 2017 is set to premiere on Monday night, and rachel lindsay is in for a big surprise when she meets one of the men who will be competing for her heart during the season. Rachel, who made it into the final four on Season 21 of "The Bachelor" before being booted by Nick Viall, will now be looking for love in the spotlight yet again. However, some of Rachel's guys are questionable.

According to Us Weekly Magazine, Rachel will be very surprised to learn that she has met one of the men before, and their connection is sure to have your laughing, or feeling how awkward the situation is.

Rachel gets a blast from the past

During Monday night's premiere of "The Bachelorette," Rachel Lindsay will get a blast from the past when she meets Fred, a 27-year-old suitor who claims that he and Rachel, 31, have met before. "I haven't seen you or talked to you for over 15 years. It's good seeing you again Rachel," Fred tells the Season 13 "Bachelorette" on the first night.

It turns out that Rachel used to be a camp counselor to Fred when they were kids, and he must have left quite the impression on Lindsay because she said that she immediately knew him when he stepped out of the limo. "He was a very bad kid," Rachel stated. In addition to being a counselor to Fred, the two also attended the same school.

Fred will show up to meet Rachel with his yearbook in hand as he shows her his third-grade photo, and her eighth-grade picture.

Major spoiler alert!

Fred is an executive assistant who says his perfect hometown date would include his mother and is sisters. Although Rachel Lindsay hasn't said whether or not Fred gets very far during Season 13 of "The Bachelorette," she did drop a huge spoiler for the show.

Lindsay told ABC's "Good Morning America" that she is, in fact, engaged to the season 13 winner. Although Rachel spilled the beans about her engagement, she says the season won't be ruined, and promises that "you won't be able to tell," which of the guys she chose to be her future husband.

However, Lindsay says that she's so happy following the engagement and says she wakes up every morning and asks herself is her life is really real.

"I feel like I'm getting everything that I want," she said.

It looks like Season 13 of "The Bachelorette" is going to be worth the watch as Rachel Lindsay embarks on her journey to find love and happiness. The show premieres on ABC Monday night at 9 p.m. following "Dancing With The Stars."