June 15, 2021 | 12:12pm

Bachelor Nation applauded Season 17 “Bachelorette” Katie Thurston on Monday night for making it clear to her remaining suitors that they should “get the f–k” off the show if they are only there with phony intentions.

“WE LOVE & STAN A NO BULLS–T QUEEN. @katiethurston is the best,” wrote one of the many fans that rushed to Twitter to offer up praise for the reality star.

The flood of support came after an emotional Thurston spoke during a cocktail party to give a stern lecture to the remaining contestants about not being phonies, shortly after sending contender Cody Menk packing amid accusations he had been chasing fame.

“I made my intentions very clear about why I am here, and tonight, a bomb was dropped on me about multiple people still here for the wrong f–king reason,” Thurston began.

“And I don’t know how clear I can be about my intentions and my time, but if you are not here for me, if you are not here for an engagement, then get the f–k out.”

Thurston, who had also been told by fellow contestant Karl Smith that some gentlemen may have ulterior motives, added, “I don’t know who is here for the wrong reasons, but from what I’ve been told, there are multiple people I should be looking out for.

“For some of you, this might be a platform, but I’m not here to waste my time,” Thurston added.

Katie Thurston appears on Season 17 of The Bachelorette
Katie Thurston with her suitors during a “Bachelorette” group date on Monday’s episode.

Fans of the ABC franchise soon packed Twitter with messages of support for Thurston’s zero-tolerance policy for “bulls–t.”

“Katie calling people out and not putting up with any bulls–t whatsoever for even 5 seconds, as she should,” said one fan.

Another viewer praised the depth of Thurston’s season compared to years past.

Bachelorette contestants Aaron Clancy and Cody Menk
“Bachelorette” contestants Aaron Clancy (left) and Cody Menk (right) on Monday’s episode.

“Also, I love the Bachelorette a million times more than the Bachelor. I feel like I know what Katie is looking for in a partner versus the surface level bulls–t that was Peter/Matt’s season #TheBachelorette,” another fan penned, referencing Peter Weber and Matt James’ seasons.

“Me watching Katie send Cody home at the first sign of a red flag,” another wrote over a meme that said “I call that growth.”

Katie Thurston
Katie Thurston stars as “The Bachelorette” of Season 17.

Earlier in the episode, Thurston — who first appeared on James’ season earlier this year — kicked Menk to the curb after fellow contestant Aaron Clancy accused him of wanting to pursue fame.

As for the suitors who Thurston wanted to keep around, first impression rose winner, Greg Grippo, scored the first one-on-one date, while Thurston also got to know Mike Planeta, who opened up to the Washington native, 30, about being a virgin. on Monday’s episode.

“The Bachelorette” airs Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.