The teaser starts off with a trip down memory lane and shows Crawley famously standing up to Juan Pablo during The Bachelor season 18 finale.
"I would never want my children having a father like you," the hairstylist from California tells him. "I want respect."
The clip then fast-forwards to Crawley as the Bachelorette and features Keke Palmer singing "Respect." As the one-minute video continues, viewers see Crawley meeting the men and kissing a few of her suitors.
"I have so much to share and I have so much to give," Crawley says to one of the contestants at one point, "and I want that with a man."
Crawley was announced as the Bachelorette in March; however, filming for her season was temporarily postponed due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Then, in August, multiple sources told E! News Tayshia Adams would be replacing Crawley and taking over the rose distribution duties.
"The producers have told her that the season will still lead with Clare and her short-lived journey and will show Clare falling in love with one of her suitors," an insider shared at the time. "Clare will then conclude her journey and announce that Tayshia is the lead."
Fans will have to wait until Oct. 13—the show is airing on Tuesdays this time—to watch the new season of The Bachelorette. Until then, check out the sneak peek above.