Season 14 of The Bachelorette began filming on March 15 in Los Angeles, CA, with show creator Mike Fleiss providing fans updates along the way on social media.
"Gassing up the limos for Night One... #The Bachelorette meets her guys tonite!!!" Fleiss tweeted early Thursday afternoon.
Hours later, Fleiss posted a photo on Twitter of a woman hosing down the mansion's courtyard at the entrance, writing, "Sun is setting. Almost time for #TheBachelorette to arrive!!!"
Photos then followed of the limo driver as well as Chris standing with Becca ahead of the limo arrivals.
For her The Bachelorette debut, Becca stunned in a sparkly ivory gown featuring a halter top and a complete open back. She wore her hair down and curly, with one side tucked behind her ear.
Also on Thursday night, Fleiss shared an image of Becca standing with Harrison and himself as well as another male producer. Fleiss wrote alongside the picture, "Cinderella goes to the ball! #TheBachelorette."
As the men arrived, Fleiss poked fun at guys wearing no socks, as well as one bachelor who attempted to rock a vest with no jacket.
"Is guys wearing no socks a thing now? Seems to be a theme in #TheBachelorette like it's the new deep V or something," Fleiss wrote. "Can't believe one of Becca's guys wore only a vest. No jacket. No bueno."
And the show's creator also posted a photo of the mansion's living room showcasing about a half dozen of handsome suitors. However, the group included a man dressed in a giant chicken suit!
"Wtf???" Fleiss captioned the picture.
A chicken suit is no surprise, however, as past The Bachelor and The Bachelorette contestants have introduced themselves wearing shark costumes, unicorn heads, penguin suits and more.
Viewers were introduced to five of Becca's bachelors March 6 on After the Final Rose: Lincoln, a sweet and shy guy with a sexy accent; Chase with a big pearly-white smile; Ryan, a quirky banjo player; Darius, a smooth and suave bachelor; and Blake, who brought a horse into the studio and seemed thoughtful.
"As the saying goes, 'When you fall off a horse, you've got to get back up again.' So, Becca, I brought you this horse, and I want to be the man who is going to help you get back up again," Blake told the new Bachelorette.
NFL player Clay Harbor, a 30-year-old tight end for the New Orleans Saints, will also be competing for Becca's heart, according to Us Weekly.