This season’s “The Bachelor” villain is already making a name for herself among the show’s Season 25 cast, and it appears she’s here to stay.

After making a grand entrance during the ABC show’s 2021 premiere last week, declaring herself a “Queen,” 27-year-old Los Angeles resident Victoria Larson continued to ramp up drama during Monday’s episode 2.

The installment saw Victoria continue to share her admiration for Bachelor Matt James while noting how “sick” she was of her fellow competitors.

“We’re all here to date Matt. We’re not here to be in a sorority,” she told the cameras after not receiving the first one-on-one date of the season.

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After remarking she felt she was the only participant being “real,” she called her co-stars “losers” and advised them to leave the show. Such comments resulted in quite a reaction from the other women.

Cast member Anna said she was surprised to find out Victoria’s “Queen” persona was not an act. “I think that’s actually her, which is even scarier,” she said.

Elsewhere, Serena P. said things were “tense” with Victoria in the house and Alana called her “off-putting.”

The drama only heated up when Victoria made a scene during the installment's large group date and informed Matt during a sitdown that her “toxic” roommate Marylynn had bullied her.

Episode 2 ended on a cliffhanger, not showing whether Matt decided to give Marylynn the boot due to her alleged behavior, but it appears Victoria will be kept safe from elimination.

According to Reality Steve’s intel, "Queen" Victoria will be a mainstay on the show until she’s eliminated in week four or five.

As for who will eventually win the entire season, all signs point to the winner being Rachael Kirkconnell, the 24-year-old graphic designer from Georgia. Other finalists include Serena P. and the incoming Michelle Young.

Catch new episodes of “The Bachelor” Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.

queen victoria bachelor Matt James and Victoria Larson in a scene from "The Bachelor" Season 25, episode 2. Photo: ABC