ABC's “The Bachelor” has been a whirlwind in just four episodes with Clare Crawley this season, and with Tayshia Adams taking over and being the new “Bachelorette,” viewers are in for a few more surprises before the season ends. 

Adams was first seen on Colton Underwood’s season and made it to the final three before she got her heart broken and was sent home. She also found love on “Bachelor in Paradise” with John Paul Jones, but that ended shortly after the show concluded.

The 30-year-old has taken over for Crawley, after the 39-year-old found love with Dale Moss within three episodes and got engaged on the fourth. Adams will have 16 of the same men and will begin her journey on Tuesday, but with a few new men as well. 

There’ll be a few new faces joining the cast and it'll get really interesting as soon as that happens, Adams hinted in an interview with Lauren Zima from ET. 

Since the show’s already been filmed and Adams knows her fate, she’s able to give viewers insight into what she went through during her season. 

Throughout Crawley’s episodes, viewers could see a few guys that were there to stir up the drama that she didn’t warn her successor about. Adams explained to Jimmy Kimmel that she wished Clare would have warned her about them before taking over. 

Even though there are a few guys that make her cry, she alludes to a happy ending, as well as, a happy season. 

She told Zima, “I didn't know it was possible to fall in love with multiple people. But when you just really lean into the journey and really be vulnerable, you never know what can happen. And it happened to me."

She also admitted that she did say “I love you” to a few men during the stint of her season, and at one point, did don a wedding dress as well, according to ET. 

“The Bachelorette” airs Tuesday, Nov. 10 on ABC at 8 p.m. EST.