Chris confirmed producers have finished filming Season 14 of The Bachelorette, and fans apparently have a lot to look forward to when the show premieres Monday, May 28 on ABC.
"It's so damn good. It's such a great season. She's a great Bachelorette, the guys are great, the drama's there, the tears, the ridiculous arguments. It's good, it's really good," Chris toldEntertainment Tonight.
The first episode reportedly features two suitors getting into a blowout argument.
When asked whether Becca had the most hot-headed group of guys ever, Chris replied, "I don't know, they're up there!"
"They get in maybe the most ridiculous fight you've ever seen in the history of our show, which is saying a lot. There are just some inane comments made on our show! It's just magnificent to watch," Chris revealed.
"It's going to be one of those [seasons where] you're watching through your fingers because you're embarrassed for everybody involved but you can't stop watching."
The limo arrivals will also be very exciting to watch, according to the longtime host.
"The arrivals are great because, for the guys, it's very much out of our comfort zone to make these grand entrances," Chris shared with ET. "We make fools of ourselves, that's what we do. And some of these guys do just that."
"You only get a small snapshot of [the Bachelorette] when she's one of 25 [women on The Bachelor]. You're going to see Becca come into her own. You're really going to get a better glimpse of the strong, independent woman she is," Chris said.
"I think people feel like, 'Oh, she's just this nice pushover.' She is not. She's a badass woman that can handle her own, trust me. And I'm very defensive of my Bachelorettes. She doesn't need it. She took care of herself."