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'The Bachelor' 2014 spoilers: Juan Pablo to face ladies on 'Women Tell All'

Juan Pablo Galavis faces past contestants on "Women Tell All" from "The Bachelor" 2014.
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On Monday, "The Bachelor" 2014 will air the "Women Tell All" special in which all of the eliminated contestants from season 18 gather and face Juan Pablo Galavis.

What is set to happen on the ABC special? According to IB Times on March 3, there will be some tense moments between Juan Pablo and the cast. Kelly Travis will be seen in tears as she reflects on anti-gay comments Juan Pablo made publicly off-screen while the show was airing. She will explain that her father is gay and that it is an emotional topic for her. This story originated from a source who reportedly spoke with In Touch magazine. Juan Pablo's reaction? He "deflected any responsibility."

Andi Dorfman will come to Juan Pablo's defense when he is accused of favoring Renee and Cassandra on the show. Andi will explain that he just viewed them differently. Andi will also have her chance in the hot seat and tell "Bachelor" host, Chris Harrison, that during her overnight date with Juan Pablo, she closed her eyes and waited for it to be over.

Renee will share the stage to talk about life with her new boyfriend.

Some of the contestants on "Women Tell All" express their beliefs that Juan Pablo used his daughter as an excuse to talk only about himself and never show interest in them.

Will there by any real fireworks in this "Bachelor" special? According to Reality Steve, it will be the same type of thing viewers see every season with no major drama. There will be just enough, however, to keep you interested for sure!

"The Bachelor" 2014, episode 10, "Women Tell All," airs Monday, March 3 on ABC at 8 p.m., ET/PT.

Copyright © 2014 Heather Tooley

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