It appears there will be no shortage of altercations between the boys vying for Becca's heart.
Becca Kufrin is ready to find true love on "The Bachelorette" after Arie Luyendyk Jr. dumped her last year on "The Bachelor," but the trailer for the rest of this season suggests it won't be smooth sailing.
"This is a lot harder than I thought it would be. I mean like I’m so f-cking pissed," Becca tells a confessional camera while sniffling through tears in the promo for the ABC reality show.
The 4-minute preview starts off on a positive note -- lots of making out, luxurious dates and professions of love from multiple suitors -- but quickly turns serious with Becca sobbing on a bed
"What am I doing?" she asks herself in tears. "Like, he literally just did what Arie did to me." Dun, dun, dun!
"It’s completely disgusting somebody would do that," one of Becca's gents says. "But it just shows what kind of liar and manipulator Lincoln is."
Well, all eyes are now on the dishonest Abe of the bunch, but it only gets more dramatic from there. The men will turn on each other, with aspiring model Jordan coming under fire, as well as Colton, who claims to be a virgin, but the rest of the dudes are not convinced. We have a feeling these verbal altercations will eventually turn physical, too, as one of the men is carted out on a stretcher, covered in blood, and rushed to the hospital in an ambulance.
And Becca isn't afraid to give these dudes a piece of her mind this season either. "I’m so pissed because I’m only asking for honesty from you guys, that’s all I want," she tells the guys in the trailer. "And to not get that I feel so disrespected and so upset with him. And it scares me. But if anyone else can’t be honest with me from here on out I don’t want you here."
The trailer ends with Becca finding herself in a similar position Arie found himself in: struggling to choose between two contesants.
"Really the most tragic part of this is I’m in love with two guys," she says. "I don't think anything can prepare you for this."
"The Bachelorette" airs every Monday at 8/7c on ABC.