On tonight’s episode of “The Bachelor,” Sean Lowe faces exciting and unpredictable reunions on “The Women Tell All.” On Aug. 2, ABC executives revealed details about the highly anticipated episode where the most memorable bachelorettes from the season, including Tierra, Sarah, Desiree and AshLee return to confront Sean and each other. If you’re a fan of “The Bachelor” and Sean Lowe, it’s a reunion show you don’t want to miss.
The jilted women gather to tell host Chris Harrison their side of the story and to talk about their experiences on this season of “The Bachelor.” Fireworks erupt when Tierra, this season’s most divisive woman, takes the hot seat. The women are on the warpath and accuse Tierra of being delusional and fake. Then, Tierra fires back and blames AshLee for their giant fight, accusing her of being a bully and ganging up on her. AshLee defends herself and fans wonder what, if anything, Tierra learned from her “Bachelor” experience.
Heartbroken fan favorite Sarah is desperate to learn from Sean why he sent her home. She admits that she was falling for the Bachelor, and that he made her feel so special that she thought she was “the one.” Sarah is eager to move forward to try to find that special man in her life.
America’s sweetheart, Desiree, admits that she was in love with Sean and that her brother played some part in the demise of her relationship. She also owns up to the fact that she could have been more open and vulnerable, and will take that lesson into her next relationship.
AshLee, the last woman sent home, is still upset and angry when she takes the hot seat. She was ready to get engaged and walk into the sunset with Sean. Why didn’t she talk to the Bachelor the day of her rejection? She explains why she felt so completely deceived by him and totally blindsided. A behind-the-scenes confrontation rocks the special, and then the estranged duo continue to battle it out on camera.
It’s the bachelorettes like you’ve never seen them before. “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” also includes a sneak peek at the season finale and the final two bachelorettes, Catherine Guidici – whose sisters weren’t very supportive her relationship with Sean, and Lindsay Yenter, the woman who got out of the limousine on the first night in a wedding dress. Both are now competing for Sean Lowe’s heart and the final rose, but whom will he pick? The preview hints that a last minute letter from one of the two may throw a wrench into Sean’s entire plan. Be sure to check out the above sneak peek video.
“The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” airs at 8 p.m. EST on Monday, March 4 on ABC. The finale airs on Monday, March 11, when Chris Harrison reveals the star of the next “The Bachelorette.” "The Bachelor: After the Final Rose” will immediately follow the finale at 10/9c.
In the meantime, social media sites are buzzing about tonight's "The Women Tell All" episode of "The Bachelor." Below are a few Twitter posts from March 4.
- "Only thing that's gonna get me through today is the fact that The Bachelor is on tonight." - Collgran
- "Monday will be a little easier knowing that The Bachelor is on tonight." - Crawley16
- ""Even though I know who wins, I'm so excited about The Bachelor tonight." - Tayborden
- "Is there anything you like about Mondays? For me, it's The Bachelor." - Kayla
- ""Can't wait to see Tierra act like a fool tonight!" Jennifer Griggs
- "I totally love Sean Lowe." - Nicole
- "I'm in a good mood today because The Bachelor is on tonight!" - Hayley Chambers
- "Well, I can tell this day is going to be great already. At least The Bachelor is on tonight." - Kaylee Schmidt
- "Hot chocolate + The Bachelor = Mondays." - Amanda Piccininn
- "The only reason I look forward to Monday is because of The Bachelor." - Sara
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