The Bachelor's "Prince Farming," Chris Soules, joined Nancy O'Dell on the ET set to spill on the season premiere and the juicy promos featuring a pregnancy test.
Right out of the gate, Britt, the 27-year-old waitress from Los Angeles, seemed to have stolen Chris' heart. As soon as she stepped out of the limo, the two shared what Chris called "the longest televised hug in history." But according to Chris, the story isn't over yet.
"You still need to watch," Chris told Nancy with a laugh. "There's some changes that happen throughout the process. It's still worth watching."
While the final rose recipient remains a mystery, Chris had some assuring words.
"I do find love," Chris said.
Some of Chris' decisions have already been put under scrutiny. Tara, the 26-year-old "sports fishing enthusiast," seemed to have a little bit too much to drink as the champagne flowed freely during the season premiere. At one point, she slurred to the camera, "My best friends are Jameson, Johnny Walker and Jack Daniels," but despite this Chris refused to dismiss her.
"In my defense, I got to know her when she wasn't so tipsy," Chris said. "She's a very cool girl sober. Everybody makes mistakes and I'm assuming after she watched it she might have regretted it."
Serious eyebrows were raised when promotional ads for this season teased a pregnancy test that was found in the mansion, but we probably won't be seeing a little Chris any time soon.
"I can say that no I am not [the baby daddy]," Chris said. "I had nothing to do with the pregnancy test, and I was not involved in that."
The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.