Rachel Lindsay's The Bachelorette season is full of characters already, but will a Chad Johnson-type of villain emerge this season?

According to longtime The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison, there will be a villain on Season 13, but "not in the typical Bachelor/Bachelorette fashion," Entertainment Weekly reported.

Harrison teased there will definitely be "drama" and "backstabbing," but there won't necessarily be one man behind it all, which is what happened with "Chad Bear" on JoJo Fletcher's season of The Bachelorette last year.

Harrison said there will not be "one person who you're going to key on."

"A few people get to wear the crown and it gets passed around several times," Harrison told EW. "It's also that kind of intriguing season where you're not sure. It's like a good movie where I'm not sure if I'm supposed to love this person or hate them. It's very interesting."

Based on The Bachelorette previews for the rest of the season, Lee Garrett, DeMario Jackson, Bryan Abasolo, Lucas "Whaboom" Yancey, and Josiah Graham all have potential to become villains.

Garrett, for example, was shown stirring up trouble on numerous occasions in the promo that followed The Bachelorette's May 22 premiere. Eric Bigger seemed to accuse Garrett of wrongly throwing him under the bus.

"There's some [guys] that are very obvious that aren't there for the right reasons and that wear that hat very well," Harrison revealed, "but then as the show gets on, it was a very dynamic season."

Harrison added, "So you have to pay attention to who's going to be the hero and who's going to be the villain."

With such chaos ahead, Harrison assured fans that Season 13 of The Bachelorette may be one of the best yet.

"It's damn good. It's damn good. There's seasons where you just know: We've got a good show," Harrison told EW.

"It's like Christmas morning as a dad when you get your kids something really cool and you can't wait for them to open it. That's how I feel for Bachelor Nation: I have this gift under the tree and I'm dying for everybody to just rip into it and see the look on their faces."
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Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.