The new season of The Bachelorette is almost upon us!
On Wednesday, host Chris Harrison debuted the first promo featuring Becca Kufrin, this season's Bachelorette. The 28-year-old publicist looks gorgeous in a one-shoulder silver gown and matching heels, with the words "Let's do the damn thing."
"Hey #BachelorNation “let’s do the damn thing” with @bkoof as #TheBachelorette Monday May 28th #ABC," Harrison wrote.
ET spoke with Kufrin last month, who quickly became even more of a fan favorite when last season's Bachelor, Arie Luyendyk Jr., brutally dumped her in front of cameras to be with his runner-up, Lauren Burnham, after he already proposed to Kufrin. Luyendyk later said that he chose to air their unedited split in order to help her chances at becoming the next Bachelorette.
"Well, that's news to me!" Kufrin told ET about Luyendyk's comments. "I don't think he ever expected me to be [the Bachelorette], or how everything played out, so that's his side. I don't know."
"I mean, I figured," Kufrin also said of her reaction to Luyendyk tuning in to her season. "Actually, we had conversations when we were still together, like, 'Who do you think it could be, as the next Bachelorette?' So I figured he would watch the show."
Kufrin's first night of filming for The Bachelorette began last month, when she stunned in a white halter gown. A source told ET that the brunette beauty is simply looking for someone who is loyal and honest with a "great personality."
"We saw her ex, Ross [Jirgl], on the show -- that's more her physical type," the source said. "She likes handsome, beefy guys, but ultimately she just wants someone who's real."
"She was humiliated over what Arie did," the source added. "She put her heart out there and gave everything. He didn't take it seriously. For Becca, the relationship was real. You don't accept a proposal thinking you're not going to actually get married."
A new season of The Bachelorette premieres Monday, April 28 on ABC.
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