Michelle, 28, is going to be sharing her knowledge as a former The Bachelorette lead and interviewing upcoming Bachelor Nation cast members when she co-hosts the podcast alongside a fellow Midwest girl, Becca, beginning with her first episode on Tuesday, March 22.
"Having found love on The Bachelorette, I'm excited to share my perspective and keep it real for the passionate fans of Bachelor Nation," Michelle told People.
Michelle found fame when she competed on Matt James' season of The Bachelor in 2021 and finished as his runner-up. She went on to star on The Bachelorette's eighteenth season and got engaged to Nayte Olukoya, whom she's still dating and in love with.
"I can't wait to kick it with Becca each week as we dive into the twists and turns of these upcoming seasons!" Michelle added.
When Michelle's first episode on the podcast debuts on March 22, she'll reportedly be catching fans up on her life and celebrating how her The Bachelorette journey ended happily and successfully.
"I feel like I'm going to enjoy being in this position more than being in the hot seat," Michelle said on Bachelor Nation's YouTube channel. "I get to ask the questions! The roles are reversed, so let's go!"
Becca, 31, starred on The Bachelorette's fourteenth season in 2018 after winning Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s heart on The Bachelor's 22nd season. (Arie proposed marriage to Becca during the show's finale but then dumped her and reconciled with his runner-up and now-wife Lauren Burnham).
Becca got engaged to Garrett Yrigoyen at the conclusion of her season, but she announced their split in September 2020.
In Summer 2021, Becca decided to look for love on Bachelor in Paradise's seventh season, and she ended up falling for her now-boyfriend Thomas Jacobs, who was initially one of Katie Thurston's The Bachelorette suitors.
Becca said on Bachelor Nation's YouTube channel that she's thrilled for the podcast to have "official" co-hosts again after working with a string of guest co-hosts -- including Serena Pitt earlier this year and Tayshia Adamsin late 2021.
"You're in it for the long haul!" Becca gushed.
"It's going to be a wild ride, but I'm glad I have a former Bachelorette with me because you can give so much more insight and advice and knowledge to the contestants and other leads coming through. So I can't wait!"
Michelle shared how she's looking forward to watching the show and "to actually dive in with these other contestants and really get to talk to them and really get to know them."
"Being a Bachelorette, we've been in every role... and I'm really looking forward to it. It's going to be fun," Michelle noted.