The Bachelorette: Becca Kufrin Is Ready to Say "Sayonara" to Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham Becca Kufrin is greater than able to do the rattling factor. Although she was solely formally introduced because the franchise’s new lead a few weeks in the past, Becca has already began filming her season of The Bachelorette. However after Bachelor Nation watched the 27-yr-previous have her coronary heart damaged by Arie Luyendyk Jr. in unedited footage of their break-up, with Arie ending their engagement to be with Lauren Burnham, some viewers questioned whether or not or not Becca would really be prepared to seek out love on TV once more. Properly, you possibly can relaxation straightforward. The brand new Bachelorette solely tells E! Information she has no lingering emotions—romantic or in any other case—for Arie following The Bachelor‘s most dramatic finale ever. “I want him and Lauren the most effective,” Becca says. “Watching their relationship unfold it made rather more sense. I am simply beady to maneuver on and be executed with that and sayonara to them.” Whereas Becca was blindsided when Arie broke up together with her on-digital camera throughout what was meant to be a Glad Couple Weekend, she does not harbor any resentment about the best way the whole lot finally unfolded, telling us, “On the finish of the day, I feel I am profitable!” Instagram Followers acquired a sneak peek at Becca’s first night time of profitable filming, because of creator Mike Fleiss‘ behind-the-scenes pics on Twitter, together with a man in a hen go well with. So how is Becca feeling now that she’s gotten previous the various limo entrances and first rose ceremony? Whereas she admits it nonetheless feels “surreal” that she is the Bachelorette, Becca says, “After assembly the blokes popping out of the limo that first night time, it simply put me comfortable and it simply makes me so excited to start out this!” To listen to extra from Becca, press play on the video above. When E! Information chatted with Chris Harrison after the finale, he revealed naming Becca the subsequent Bachelorette was one of many “best” selections the franchise has ever needed to make. “As soon as this advanced and as soon as we noticed the outpouring of affection and help for Becca—and on prime of that, we noticed how she dealt with that unedited, controversial scene. I imply, she was so sleek, so poised, so robust and put collectively, it made our choice really easy,” he stated. The Bachelorette premieres Monday, Might 28, at eight p.m. on ABC.