Kaitlyn Bristowe In Hot Seat At ‘Men Tell All’— Who Dishes Dirt About ‘The Bachelorette’? [Updated]

Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe faced her rejected suitors on Saturday during the taping of upcoming Men Tell All special. Host Chris Harrison put Kaitlyn — and several of this season’s most controversial cast members — in the hot seat, including Ben Zorn, Jared Haibon, and JJ Lane, and the guy who is sent home at the end of Monday night’s overnight dates episode.

The Men Tell All airs July 20, and the guys won’t only talk about their bromances, they will face Kaitlyn for the first time since she dumped them. What will the guys say about Kaitlyn, and which contestants will get the most heat from their fellow cast members?

Reality Steve‘s Men Tell All spoilers reveal there won’t be much drama between the guys. In fact, Steve states that a lot of time was devoted to the JJ Lane and Clint Arlis bromance — as if fans didn’t get enough of that nonsense earlier in the season.

JJ and Clint appeared to have a falling out this season, but ut’s likely that the whole mess was heavily edited. The guys who pegged themselves as villains on the show have been joking around on Twitter, so it’s likely they enjoyed every minute of their made-for-TV controversy.

[Spoilers ahead]

For the first time since the he was eliminated after the overnights, Kaitlyn faces Ben Higgins, who apparently has plenty to say about his time on the show. Fortunately, there may be a positive ending for him, with rumors that one of Kaitlyn’s final three guys will be the next Bachelor.

“Ben H. complimented Kaitlyn endlessly when she came out… although, he did ask her the question I think most of us are asking… why did she feel the need to tell Shawn she had sex with Nick and not him? Kaitlyn gave the BS answer about how relationships move in different speed…”

Ian Thomson recently revealed to the Inquisitr that would be L.A. to film the Men Tell All did what any guy with class would do — he apologized to the guys and Kaitlyn. He was portrayed as a self-centered, shallow guy, with some mistaking his confidence for arrogance, and he simply didn’t find a connection with Kaitlyn Bristowe. He apologized, Kaitlyn accepted and Bachelor Nation was happy once again.

Jared Haibon, still broken-hearted, apparently is still thinking about Kaitlyn and what could have been weeks after filming ended. Although he heads to Bachelor in Paradise to mend his “Love Man” wounds, Jared is going to have to stop listening to the Cranberries and move on.

No word on what Ben Zorn said during his time in the hot seat, but there were several pictures posted online of the hunky personal trainer that started fan-frenzy. He’s definitely a fan favorite for the next Bachelor — hopefully he’s inking a contract now.

Surprisingly, Reality Steve reveals that Chris “Cupcake” Strandburg did not get time in the hot seat to address his elimination and that oh-so-uncomfortable crying scene. He recently revealed to People that he laughed when he watched the episode that showed him crying on a cliff — apparently there was nothing more to say about it on the Men Tell All.

The Bachelorette: Men Tell All special airs Monday, June 20 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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