"You saw what happened with Arie. You have that built-in story, of the heartbreak and her coming off of that and the way she was treated, but it's kind of interesting how she will deal with it and will she fall in the same trap that Arie did," Chris explained.
"She was very cognizant of how she was acting and how she was treating the guys and not doing that."
However, Chris suggested Becca's journey on the show -- and being on Arie's side of things this time around -- probably gained her some perspective.
"At the end, I will just say this: she can definitely sympathize... with what happened [to Arie]," Chris teased.
"When you're dating typically, you don't have that option of falling in love with more than one person at a time. But with The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, you do! And if it works, you should actually!"
Chris acknowledged falling in love with multiple people at once is what makes The Bachelor franchise "really bizarre" but also fascinating to watch on television.
"We all have that... capacity of loving more than one person at a time and it kind of freaks you out a little bit. So I don't think she loves how Arie handled the whole situation, but maybe she understands a little bit better."
The Bachelorette is set to premiere Monday, May 28 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC. To learn more about Becca's 28 suitors, click here. And to read some details about her season, dates and travel destinations, click here.