‘The Bachelorette’ spoilers: Everything to know about Georgia woman’s journey to love.

A Georgia Peach is looking for love on season 20 of ABC’s “The Bachelorette.”

Charity Lawson, a Columbus, Georgia native, had a heartbreaking exit on “The Bachelor” with Zach Shallcross.

But now, she’s back and ready for her own shot at love.

“I have an open mind, open heart,” Lawson told Entertainment Tonight. “I’m ready to fall back into love.”

While her adventure has already begun filming, her season of “The Bachelorette” will air in late June during a new time slot on ABC (9 p.m. to 11 p.m.).

We’ve wrangled up some spoilers about her upcoming season. So, if you’re too curious to wait, we’ve got you:

Her season starts with a twist

On night one, Charity’s season starts with a huge twist and host Jesse Palmer delivers the news.

“The man you’re about to meet is someone you already know. You both have a history together,” he told her before the man stepped out of the limo.

“I’m shaking,” Charity said. “I’m going to throw up.”

The man who stepped out of the limo? None other than her brother, Nehemiah. Fans met him during Charity’s hometown date in Columbus with Zach Shallcross.

“I’m on the lookout because men can be dogs. I have a plan. It involves a disguise and it’s going to help me really find out more about these guys, to see if they’re really here for her, for the right reasons, or if it’s time to get them out,” Nehemiah said. “I’m about to become undercover brother.”

Her season could be shorter than others

Charity Lawson began the season with 29 contestants (you can meet them all online).

However, according to Reality Steve on Twitter, Charity has 14 men left on episode three and by episode five, there are only six men.

“What does this mean?” he tweeted on April 8. Reality Steve came to the conclusion that Charity’s season must be shorter than past seasons of the show.

However, as Reality Steve notes, seasons of “The Bachelorette” seem to be shorter than seasons of “The Bachelor” anyway.

Her final 4 are…

According to Reality Steve, Charity’s final four men participating in hometowns week are Joey, Xavier, Aaron and Dotun.

Catch Charity’s season of “The Bachelorette” on June 26 from 9 to 11 p.m. on ABC.

What are you most excited for in this season of “The Bachelorette?” Let me know in the comments.