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Six months ago after a devastating breakup from The Bachelor's Ben Higgins, JoJo Fletcher is more than ready for her next chapter.
"I don't have any resentment," the Bachelorette star tells PEOPLE exclusively. "The memories of him still pop up, but in positive ways. I don't have any anger because The Bachelor was a time in my life where I grew so much."
After a shocking heartbreak on the 20th season The Bachelor, JoJo Fletcher is now ready to find love ... for good!
The 25-year-old spoke candidly on Friday about her surprising breakup from Ben Higgins, her very personal healing process and the valuable lessons she took with her to the upcoming season of The Bachelorette.
Forget a horse-drawn carriage, JoJo Fletcher will take a unicorn.
In a sneak peek at the season premiere of The Bachelorette, Fletcher meets one of her many suitors – and a "unicorn" named Coconut.
Much to Fletcher's excitement, Texas veteran Luke, 31, rides in on a horse with a horn strapped to its head.
"It's a unicorn! A real, live unicorn," Fletcher, 25, declares as Luke approaches.
And there were no red roses in sight.
As JoJo Fletcher was preparing to begin her journey to find love on The Bachelorette, Sean Lowe reveals she was (understandbly) "nervous."
"It's actually funny," he told PEOPLE Now when asked if he has any advice for Fletcher, 25. "I'm actually friends with her brother back home in Dallas. Talking to him, he said that she was kind of nervous going in, didn't know what to expect."
Lowe, 32, who met his wife Catherine on The Bachelor after a turn on The Bachelorette, kept his advice simple.
"Have fun, go in there with an open mind, an open heart," he said. "Have fun, enjoy it and if you're lucky, or I should probably say blessed, you might find someone as good as I did. Find your life partner."
With three weeks to go until JoJo Fletcher makes her debut on the new season of The Bachelorette, Bachelor Nation has some fresh meat courtesy of the folks at UnREAL.
Created by a former Bachelor staffer, the series' pitch-black take on reality TV romance returns this June to Lifetime, and PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly can exclusively reveal three new promos that show how the, ahem, small-screen sausage is made.