Bachelorette Becca says a drama-free season is her goal – LOL!


Becca Kufrin says wants to do away with the drama this season, completely forgetting The Bachelorette is a reality TV show.

If Becca Kufrin has her way, the 14th season of The Bachelorette will be the least dramatic season in the history of the show. Apparently, she forgot her overly-dramatic and highly staged breakup with Bachelor Arie Luyendyk that played out on TV a few months ago.

Although we give Becca props for trying to make her season drama-free, producers will find a way to turn a fairy tale romance into a sh*t show. And for anyone who thinks the upcoming season of the Bachelorette will be different from the others, we have this to say — LOL.

Yes, the LOL thing is a little childish, but it works. When Becca recently told Entertainment Tonight she tried to “weed out the drama as early as possible” while filming the show, we laughed out loud. Hence the “LOL”!

She went on to tell ET, “Like, I don’t want drama.”

Like, producers do not care, Becca!

Getting engaged to a guy who isn’t in love with someone else (ahem, Arie!) is probably Becca’s goal. And there’s a good chance she’ll find that.

Keep in mind, producers love a proposal as much as they love creating a chaotic storyline.

But, “weeding out the drama” and sending guys home who aren’t there for the right reason? That’s somewhat out of her control.

Heck, Arie probably wanted to propose to Lauren but was told to pick Becca instead. He dumped her on national TV to give his season a much-needed ratings boost.

Okay, that’s just an assumption.


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Considering Arie later stated that breaking up with Becca on TV gave her a better shot at becoming the Bachelorette, we don’t think it’s a big assumption to say producers had a hand in the outcome of his season.

Still, a girl can dream.

And dreaming of a drama-free season is exactly what Becca was doing when she signed up to become the Bachelorette.

“If there’s a guy that’s not meshing well with the other guys,” Becca told ET. “I probably won’t want to keep him around that long.”

Becca, dear … the boring guys don’t stick around ’til the end.

Well, maybe one boring guy to make the show a little more believable.

Get your popcorn (and wine) ready — The Bachelorette kicks off its 14th season on May 28 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.