Elizabeth shocked Clayton on Night 1 by bringing a whip and using it on the Bachelor, but she showed him a softer side when giving him a nearly 100-year photograph with great significance to hold onto.
But just when Elizabeth was starting to advance her connection with Clayton, Shanae Ankney threw her under a bus and informed The Bachelor star that Elizabeth was allegedly acting "fake" and "two-faced."
Shanae warned Clayton that Elizabeth acted one way around him and differently around her, and although Elizabeth firmly disagreed with the allegations, Elizabeth felt Clayton's trust in her dissipate.
Will Elizabeth rise above the drama and convince Clayton that she's The One for him, or will Shanae be responsible for Elizabeth's downfall on the show?
Until viewers can get to know Elizabeth better on The Bachelor and watch her relationship with Clayton blossom or potentially end, let's learn some information about this blonde beauty right now.
Elizabeth says her friends and family would describe her as confident, gregarious, and really driven. She worked very hard to establish a career she absolutely loves and set herself up financially.
But she insists she has "zero desire to be perfect."
Elizabeth wrote on Instagram to her followers, "You're gonna see my acne, cellulite, tears, anxiety, and you're never going to see me facetune my body. Sometimes I feel great about it... and a lot of times I don't -- but it has been through a lot with me and I refuse to throw a filter on it for a dopamine hit."
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"It's IMPORTANT TO BE REAL," she added, "and that's what you're gonna get."
The Bachelor bachelorette received her undergraduate degree in Montana
Elizabeth graduated from The University of Montana in 2013 after studying the French language and doing psychology research.
While in college, she was the Psychology Club President and flew to Hong Kong in 2012 where she took classes at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
While in Hong Kong, Elizabeth focused on the Chinese language, government and politics of China, health psychology, political violence and human rights.
Elizabeth transitioned from finance to a real-estate career
Elizabeth became a real estate agent after spending a decade in private banking and wealth management.
In addition to working as a real estate agent in Denver, Elizabeth is a SuperHost on AirBnB and works with select clients on short-term rental consulting.
She is passionate about fitness, language -- including Chinese and French -- advocacy for mental health, and supporting the LGBTQ community.
The bachelorette admittedly has a taste for the finer things in life
Elizabeth loves wine tasting, traveling and living life to the fullest. She says she needs a man who won't dim her light in any way.
Elizabeth wants a man who will keep life fun and be boujee by her side.
Given she's attached to her career, she wants a man who appreciates her professional tenacity and grit while also having those same characteristics himself. When Elizabeth is really into someone, she gets the giggles.
Not only is Elizabeth proficient in more than one language, but she says petting cute dogs makes her happy.
She also enjoys pumpkin pie, snap peas, Lagree, palm desert, the Japanese writer Haruki Murakami, EMDR to heal from trauma and emotional distress, Kurt Vonnegut, sleep, her therapists, dreams, cozy sweaters, and steamed almond milk with cinnamon before bed.
Elizabeth slammed Shanae for mocking her ADHD disorder
Elizabeth clapped back at Shanae and tried to teach her a lesson after Shanae had doubted her struggle with ADHD and the girls got into an argument on a recent Season 26 episode.
Elizabeth took to TikTok after Episode 2 of The Bachelor aired and posted a video advising people what to do when someone tells you they battle a mental illness.
As "Super Rich Kids" by Frank Ocean played in the background, Elizabeth pointed at five different text captions that flashed across the screen.
"Acknowledge what they shared," Elizabeth began.
"Thank them for their vulnerability. Understand that you do not understand. NEVER weaponize it."
And the final piece of advice Elizabeth gave her followers was, "BE A GOOD PERSON!!"
When Elizabeth uploaded her video, she also wrote, "It's okay to not be okay."