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J.P. Rosenbaum Joins Twitter Post-'Bachelorette': "Somebody Pinch Me"

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Aug. 3 2011, Published 8:31 a.m. ET

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After winning Ashley Hebert's heart on The Bachelorette, newly affianced New Yorker J.P. Rosenbaum has joined the the Twitterverse! The handsome 34-year-old construction manager — with dimples that make us swoon — will be keeping fans updated on his daily life as a new member to the social-networking site!

"Someone pinch me! Still feels like i'm dreaming. 1st tweet ever!Thanks EVERYONE for all the kind words & support! I/We are beYOND touched!" he posted as his first Tweet.  While the account isn't verified yet, it appears to be the real deal!

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The couple has been on a love parade across NYC and has already revealed plans to move to the Big Apple together!

OK! NEWS: SEE ASHLEY HEBERT'S BLINDING ENGAGEMENT RING FROM J.P. ROSENBAUM!

“I’m finishing school right now, and I should be done in a month, and I’m moving to New York City, and we’re getting a place together,” Ashley shared on Monday's "After the Final Rose" special on ABC. “We want to enjoy our relationship and being out in public. We’ve talked about the wedding. Nothing set in stone.”

As for a wedding date, Ashley told Jimmy Kimmel that they are looking at the end of 2012.

“Well, we really just want to focus on our engagement. But I’m thinking the end of next year. Like in the fall,” she shared.

For more on Ashley after the big proposal, pick up the new issue of OK! — on stands everywhere Thursday!

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