Monday night’s Bachelor: Women Tell All promises to be full of drama and tears, with host Chris Harrison bringing six of Chris Soules’ rejected ladies up into the hot seat to talk about their time on the show.
According to Reality Steve, the six ladies expected to get questioned in front of their Bachelor mansion housemates and a studio audience are: Ashley S., Ashley I., Britt, Kelsey, Carly, and Kaitlyn. Chris Harrison tells TV Guide that the most emotional interview will be with Britt, who starts crying on stage after getting verbally attacked by several of her castmates.
“Britt was the star of the show and is still, I think, in love with the guy. It was brutal. She leaned in on Carly [because she] felt if things had been different, if the girls hadn’t sabotaged her, she and Chris would’ve ended up together. But it was the craziest ‘Tell All.’ “
Ashley Salter wins big points with Chris Harrison and brings an onion (not a pomegranate) on stage with her when she’s called to the hot seat. Chris Harrison immediately offers her a spot on the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise and calls her one of his favorites on the show.
“One of my favorites was with Ashley S…. I told her, ‘I don’t know if I’m allowed to do this, but I’m extending an invitation to you right now to be on [Bachelor in Paradise].’ “
As expected, Carly Waddell will be brought up on stage, but it is not known if her time in the hot seat will be before or after she calls Britt out for being a fake on the show. Carly was entertaining during her time on the show, but it will be interesting to see if she continues to bash Britt or they call a truce.
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One of the most interesting cast members this season was definitely Kelsey Poe. After her dramatic two-on-one date with Ashley I. and an appearance on the Chris Tells All special, fans are probably expecting her to complain about her edit while on stage with Chris Harrison on the Women Tell All.
According to USA Today, there isn’t much Kelsey can say due to her contractual obligations, but she stresses that she was “blindsided” with how she was perceived on the show.
“It’s a very difficult question to answer because of … my contract. I can say that there were some things that were said that should have had a framework around it … I was blindsided. I had no idea that that characterization on episode five would come across that way. I knew there would be a lot of drama around it, but I had no idea the narration would vilify me.”
Kaitlyn Bristowe, who is rumored to be the next Bachelorette, will talk to Chris Harrison during the Women Tell All, and fans can expect her to have a conversation with the Bachelor himself, Chris Soules.
Harrison tells TV Guide that while Kaitlyn was a little emotional during the WTA, she doesn’t regret telling Chris she loved him during the overnight dates. Looks like she’s on her way to finding a new love among 30 or so guys if she is confirmed to be the Bachelorette, so Chris Soules will be a thing of the past in no time.
Tune in to watch the Bachelor: Women Tell All special at 8 p.m. ET on March 2 on ABC.