"That's the good thing about Becca, she seems like this sweet, demure woman and she is, she's got a backbone, she can take care of her own," Chris gushed of the 28-year-old Minnesota publicist.
In fact, Chris revealed Becca is excelling in her The Bachelorette role for Season 14, which premieres Monday, May 28 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.
"Becca's doing great, Becca's awesome. I can't wait for everybody to see how much we all love her. She's turned out to be even more than what we thought, in a Bachelorette," Chris, 46, told Us.
"I think everybody is going to relate to her -- men, women -- they're going to really relate and fall in love with her, as the guys are."
Becca was offered the franchise's leading role after getting her heart broken by Season 22 The Bachelor star Arie Luyendyk Jr. Arie proposed marriage to Becca in the finale but dumped her weeks later on-camera because he said his heart truly belonged to his runner-up, Lauren Burnham.
Arie then begged Lauren for a second chance, and after she took him back, the pro racing driver popped the question again during The Bachelor: After the Final Rose special in early March on ABC. (Arie and Lauren are currently engaged and living together in Arizona).
Chris went on to say that Becca is so "grateful" for the opportunity as well as "sweet, honest and open." Becca has even apologized to everyone on the set when she's tired, which is something they've never experienced on the show before.
"The crew loves her, the producers love her... it's been a while since we've had somebody like that where everybody is just excited to be with her every day because she just makes it easy," Chris told the magazine.
"When one of our Bachelor or Bachelorettes are excited and they make it easy for all of us to go to work every day and travel the world. It's just fun."
Chris also revealed "gut-wrenching" decisions are being made in the filming process right now because "families are involved" for Becca and her remaining suitors.