Michelle's The Bachelorette season just premiered last week, and while Michelle had to deal with some drama on Night 1, she didn't waste any time getting to know her bachelors and developing early connections.
For instance, Michelle managed to convince the typically-guarded Nayte Olukoya to open up and let his walls down, and so he received the Bachelorette's coveted First Impression Rose.
Kaitlyn teased of what's to come this season, "It's going to be really romantic," according to Entertainment Tonight.
"Michelle is so authentic in what she was looking for," Kaitlyn explained.
"I feel like she wasn't there for the wrong reasons. She wanted to go right back to her students after filming. That's who she is."
Tayshia, who starred on The Bachelorette's sixteenth season last year, agreed Michelle's journey is "actually really romantic."
"It's like a fairytale," Tayshia shared, "which is different, I think. You guys will understand that word at the end. It unfolds beautifully."
It sounds like Michelle may have found The One and her happily-ever-after, but Kaitlyn confirmed the fifth-grade teacher and former college basketball player had to endure a few bumps leading up to the Season 18 finale.
"[There are] some really heartbreaking heartbreaks," the Season 11 The Bachelorette star told ET. "I cried a few times."
"You are going to see all of the emotions that take place in a relationship and as relationships are building," Michelle explained.
"So [viewers] are going to see me laugh, they're going to see me get nervous, they're going to see me figure everything out as the Bachelorette. They're going to see me cry."
Michelle said fans are definitely in for a ride and she hopes it will be "a unique experience" for all.
On her journey as a whole, Michelle said, "[I'm] just grateful -- grateful to be here and grateful to have had this experience, and I'm just really looking forward to finally share this entire process with everybody."
And with that being said, Michelle confirmed she is "happy" with the outcome.
Michelle previously told Variety that she "surprised" herself while filming the show in terms of how she was able to embrace her feelings for one or more men during the process.
"With where I'm at right now in my life in general, I love where I'm at," Michelle gushed.
"I love the opportunities that I was able to take and I love that I was able to stay true to myself and I love what the future looks like."
Michelle from Edina, MN, began filming her season in late July at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, CA.
When asked what she's looking for in a partner, Michelle shared, "Somebody that can challenge me intellectually, somebody who will support me, and somebody who also has dreams of their own and is very intrinsically motivated."
"The biggest thing is that this comes with the spotlight," she told ET, "and I want somebody who doesn't care about that spotlight."
Michelle apparently wants a man who can "keep a good head" on his shoulders and "stay humble" through their televised journey. She hopes her future husband will "really just work to serve others."
Michelle was chosen by ABC to hand out roses shortly after she was dumped by The Bachelor's Season 25 star Matt James in second place.