Rachel, JoJo and Kaitlyn each ironically gave their Bachelorette season's winner the First Impression Rose, and the ladies are still engaged to Bryan Abasolo, Jordan Rodgers, and Shawn Booth, respectively.
So during a Tuesday appearance on Good Morning America, Michael Strahan probed Becca for some answers on how strong her early connection with Garrett, a 29-year-old surgical technology consultant from Reno, NV, really turned out to be.
"Did you choose Garrett?" Michael asked Becca flat out.
"I don't know! You'll have to wait to find out," Becca replied with a shrug and a smile. "When the girls told me that, I was sitting on the couch, like, 'Woof, no pressure, guys! Come on!' It's a lot to handle, a lot to take in."
"It was a lot to handle! I walked in that first night after all of the guys came out of the limos, the hearse and the minivans and it hit me," Becca said on GMA.
"All of their eyes were fixated on me and I'm like, 'What did I just get myself into? Don't screw up my words, don't trip.' But it's a good problem to have. It was fun."
Becca explained it took time to weed out the sincere guys with good intentions from the bachelors just looking for attention and fame.
"That first night, there's so much going on and everyone's trying to put their best foot forward. That first night, I just had to go off of my gut and really feel the vibes and the energy," Becca revealed.
"But moving forward, I had to ask the right questions and have them ask me the right questions so I could get to the bottom [of things] sooner... But it was very tricky to navigate, and I just wanted to go about it my way and to really respect the guys and treat them how I wanted to be treated. That's what I had to keep in the back of my mind the entire time."
Becca also teased next week's The Bachelorette episode will feature "a rage room" in which she and one lucky suitor smash a bunch of items related to her painful past with The Bachelor star Arie Luyendyk Jr.
"It was my favorite date of all time... I walked into this warehouse and it's his old race car from last season, it's the proposal playing on loop on monitors that we can smash," Becca said. "We had sledgehammers, we had baseball bats, we had crowbars. Everything was fair game. It was so fun."