Charlize Theron Still Isn't Over Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s 'Bachelor' Breakup With Becca Kufrin

Charles Sykes/Bravo

The 42-year-old actress was 'not impressed' by Luyendyk at all.

Charlize Theron still has a bone to pick with Arie Luyendyk Jr. 

During her Monday appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, the 42-year-old actress and Bachelor fan was asked to share her thoughts on the show's headline-making finale -- and she didn't hold back. 

As fans remember, Luyendyk  proposed to Becca Kufrin, only to ambush her with a breakup weeks later to pursue a relationship with his runner-up, Lauren Burnham. Luyendyk popped the question to Burnham on After the Final Rose, while Kufrin went on to become the next Bachelorette

"She is so much better off," Theron said. "I mean, literally he -- not impressive. Not impressed with him at all." 

"I think she's going to be great," she said of Kufrin. "She's fun and I think she handled the whole thing so well too, because that was the most awkward-watching experience of my life. It was just, like, brutal, and she just kept it together and had integrity about it. He just looked like a f**king dick!"

While Cohen chimed in saying he didn't think Luyendyk was hot enough to be the Bachelor, Theron's main problem was with Luyendyk's repetitive "Do you want to talk about it?" during his breakup with Kufrin. "No, motherf**ker," Theron shouted. "She doesn't want to talk about it. Just leave already!" 

ET was exclusively with Kufrin at her Bachelorette photo shoot, where she said her biggest fear was "kind of what happened." "Like falling for somebody and ready to spend my life with somebody and have them not be ready or to be like, 'I don't know if you're the one for me,'" she explained. 

"I'm trying to weed out the drama as early as possible. Like, I don't want drama," she insisted. "If there's a guy that's not meshing well with the other guys, I probably won't want to keep him around that long."

See what else she told ET about what to expect from her season -- premiering May 28 -- in the video below.