"It's unlike anything you've ever seen. I'm interested to see what people think. I really am."
As the season stands, 12 women are still in the running for Colton's heart and his hardest decisions have yet to be made.
And based on trailers ABC previously released, fans are in store for some major twists and turns -- including Colton jumping a six-foot fence and yelling at Chris Harrison and production he's "done" with the show.
"You're in for a good one," Colton teased.
"[Actually], you're in for a great one. Dare I say it will be the most dramatic finale of all time."
Colton has remained very tight-lipped about the conclusion of his season. He has refused to reveal whether he's engaged -- or even in love for that matter.
"For how everything ends and goes down, it's important that the audience goes on this roller coaster with me," Colton explained.
"There were a lot of ups and downs throughout all of this, but especially toward the end. I think keeping that as raw and true and organic and vulnerable to everybody is really important."
Looking back on his journey as a whole, Colton said he's not sure if there's anything he would have done differently.
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"At the end of the day, you just have to have faith that it's going to work out how it's going to work out," Colton told Glamour.
"I don't like to live my life with regrets. Of course, we wish we could have certain moments back so we could be this perfectly crafted person, but then you're just robotic. You're not giving life its true shot."
ABC has said the ending of Colton's journey will be "gut-wrenching," as there is a possibility his biggest fear of falling in love but ending up alone may come true.
The Bachelor will air its Season 23 finale as a special two-night event on Monday, March 11 and Tuesday, March 12 at 8PM ET/PT both nights on ABC.