'The Bachelorette': Jenn Tran Teases 'Chaotic' Season, Says She's Excited to 'Flirt My Little Booty Off'

The latest Bachelorette told ET what we can expect from her upcoming season.

Jenn Tran is promising chaos on season 21 of The Bachelorette. Following ABC's announcement that the physician assistant student would serve as the show's first-ever Asian American lead, ET's Denny Directo spoke to her about the journey ahead.

"I don't really have a game plan," Jenn told ET about how she'll handle being the one to give out the roses. "... I'm really just gonna be my freaking self and that means all the good, the bad, and the chaotic, and the psychotic. That's really what you're gonna have to look forward to."

Jenn, who said she plans to "smile through the chaos," assured Bachelor Nation that, on her season, "you're not going to get polished Jenn, sad and perfect Jenn. You're going to get crazy Jenn."

As for her suitors, Jenn noted that she's "so freaking ready" to meet the guys.

"I've literally just been waiting for this moment since I found out," she said. "I'm so excited to see what they're gonna look like, what they're gonna be like, how funny they are. I'm just really excited to flirt my little booty off. I will flirt. It's natural. I can flirt with my mother. I flirt with everybody."

When it comes to what she expects from the men, Jenn said she wants them to be "100 percent authentic and themselves."

"I hope they don't have too much chaos. I think there's only room for one person to be chaotic in a relationship, and that's me. I claim that," she quipped. "I want someone to ground me. I'm a Sagittarius, I'm a fire sign, so I'm a little crazy... I bring that fiery energy. I want someone to have a little bit of fiery energy, but also to like ground me a little bit, put me in a place."

A perfect partner for Jenn would be someone who does not chew with their mouth open and is fluent in "cheeky banter," she said.

"If your sense of humor is my sense of humor, that is all that I really want, because, at the end of the day, lust is gonna fade and all this other newness is gonna fade, and if you have the same sense of humor and you still have that friendship in the end, that's what's gonna make a lasting relationship," she explained.

While there's typically plenty of kissing and crying on Bachelor franchise shows, Joey Graziadei's ex said that neither will be at the forefront of her season.

"It does take a little bit for to me build some kind of emotional attraction and whatnot to want to kiss somebody. I'm not smooching anybody who looks good. You got to also be funny. You have to earn a kiss, OK?" she said of kissing, before noting of crying, "Are the boys gonna cry? 'Cause I'm not gonna cry... It could happen. I do have my moments. I'm sure there will be a few tears. Will I be crying every day? I really hope not. Unless they're happy tears."

At the end of the day, Jenn said that she knows she has some "really big shoes to fill."

"I saw Charity [Lawson's] season, I saw a few of the others, and they all give off this elegance, this crazy confidence," she said. "I see myself as that and I want to be that, so we'll see how it all plays out."

Season 21 of The Bachelorette will premiere in July on ABC. 



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