Kaitlyn Bristowe is already teasing what fans can expect when Katie Thurston embarks on her quest to find love on "The Bachelorette" this summer.
Fans already know things will look a little different; Chris Harrison will not be returning as host. Instead, Bristowe and fellow "Bachelorette" alum Tayshia Adams are taking the reins, with the latter previously teasing a "fresh and new" start for the franchise.
Speaking on a recent episode of her "Off The Vine" podcast, Bristowe shared some of her thoughts about the upcoming season, admitting, "It genuinely went by so fast."
While the "Dancing With the Stars" champ mostly kept her lips sealed, she did reveal "it's going to be really fun. Tayshia and I had a really, really fun time being there. We love Katie."
She went on, "I'm definitely not going to say much because I don't want to get in trouble, but maybe I can say it's the most dramatic season yet! We had a really great time."
Bristowe, however, admitted the drama did get to her a bit. "I didn't realize how much it brought up some either trauma or anxiety that I may not have dealt with as much as I thought I had," she said.
"I was very overwhelmed," she explained. "I think it was such a perfect storm and breeding ground for anxiety."
The 35-year-old reality star also pointed out that the "altitude and the dryness" of New Mexico maybe made her "hormones [get] out of control."
"The Bachelorette" season 17, starring Katie Thurston, is slated to premiere June 7 on ABC.