Is Denver ready for another broken heart? A new edition of “The Bachelorette” debuts at 8 p.m. Monday on KMGH-Channel 7, and once again, a guy from Colorado is one of the 30 bachelors.

He’s 26-year-old Mark Huebner. His LinkedIn profile says he’s a 2006 CU-Boulder grad, managing partner at Denver Pizza Co. (“Denver’s newest and greatest pizza on EARTH!!!”) and president of Motive Brand Marketing. He’s into biking, golf, the gym, the sun and the great outdoors.

I was unable to contact Huebner on Thursday. I also was unable to find a Denver Pizza Co., except for a Craigslist ad looking for delivery drivers, cooks and managers for the upcoming Golden Triangle location.

The bachelorette, Jillian Harris, almost made it to the end of last season’s “The Bachelor” — then it was Dumpsville, population Jillian. She’s a 29-year-old restaurant designer from Vancouver — smart, funny and hotsy-totsy.

Here’s how Colorado has fared with former bachelorettes.

You remember Ryan Sutter, who was chosen from the herd by Trista Rehn in ’03. She was the first bachelorette, and they set the bar high by actually falling in love, getting married and having two kids. They’re living the dream in Avon. But Sutter is the only bachelor who made it through with a smile.

Last summer, Greeky DeAnna Pappas picked geeky Breckenridge snowboarder Jesse Csincsak — only to kick him to the curb in November. He was one heartbroken shredder. But he was mobbed by women at the recent Jeremy Bloom Wish Gala at the Ritz-Carlton, so go figure.

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