Becca's "honest and loyal" comment seemed to be a shot at her ex-fiance, Arie Luyendyk Jr., who brutally dumped her on-camera several weeks after proposing marriage to her on The Bachelor's 22nd season finale.
Days after breaking Becca's heart, Arie ran back to his runner-up, Lauren Burnham, and begged for a second chance. Lauren appeared to immediately take Arie back, and then the pair got engaged on March 6 during After the Final Rose.
Becca called the dramatic and shocking ending of Arie's season "a soap opera," and it's probably safe to say she never wants to go through something like that again.
"I went through the entire grieving process: I was mad, I was sad, I was confused," admitted the Minnesota publicist.
"But now, I watched the entire season back and saw his relationships unfolding with everyone else. Seeing that kind of helped move on to realize he just found a better fit with Lauren. And so I'm doing well."
As she would put it, Becca is ready to do the damn thing! The Bachelorette begins filming on March 15, and the series will premiere May 28 on ABC.
Becca will likely have 30 men competing for her heart on the show next season.
While she's hoping her ex-boyfriend of seven years, Ross Jirgl -- who crashed The Bachelor set to win her back, but failed -- won't step out of a limo on Night 1, there's one man who would win her heart immediately if he chose to show up.
That man is Good Morning America host and former NFL player, Michael Strahan.
"I love the gap tooth!" Becca gushed of Michael. "Just everything about him... Bring him in the limo. Game over -- it'd be a really short season."
Becca may be into athletes, as Ross played college football and now works as the football sport performance coach at Stanford University. Us Weekly also reported earlier this week that Clay Harbor, a tight end for the New Orleans Saints in the NFL, will be looking to catch roses instead of footballs on Becca's season.
Whether or not Becca finds lasting love on The Bachelorette, she appears to have definitely moved on from her split with Arie. She disclosed to Ellen that she has heard "nothing" from the 36-year-old pro racing driver since their breakup, and she completely understands why.
"Just out of respect for Lauren and that relationship, I don't think he will [reach out]," Becca noted.