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‘The Bachelor: Women Tell All’ spoilers: Juan Pablo and Andi's confrontation

‘The Bachelor: Women Tell All’ spoilers: Juan Pablo and Andi's confrontation
‘The Bachelor: Women Tell All’ spoilers: Juan Pablo and Andi's confrontation
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The confrontation between Andi Dorfman and season 18’s “The Bachelor,” Juan Pablo Galavis isn’t over yet. When the series airs tonight, fans will get to see the 2 go head to head as Andi asks a few pointed questions, according to E! Online on March 2.

The handsome soccer player and the lawyer had a disastrous overnight date during the Fantasy Suite episode. The morning of the Rose Ceremony, she withdrew from the competition and told him off. Tonight, as is the custom with the series, the women who were sent home get the chance to tell their side of things and confront the bachelor face to face. Andi Dorfman, rumored to be the next bachelorette, doesn’t pull any punches.

“We all came here looking for a husband. Very seldom did you use the word wife," Andi accuses Juan Pablo "and I don't know if it's you weren't looking for a wife and I think a lot of us are on the same page as far as you not really taking the time to get to know us."

The Venezuelan hottie had a comeback, however. He said it was “funny” listening to all the ladies after having been there and watching the show himself. "I wouldn't waste my time. At the end of the day, I took this very seriously. It is what it is."

There is a brief moment where Andi defends Juan Pablo and accusations that he treated single moms Cassandra and Renee more favorably than the other women.

"I hear people say he was favoring these special people and that kind of bothers me. I was just saying to Renee, it's not him putting Cassandra and Renee above us," she explains. "I think he just saw them differently. A perfect example of that was Cassandra. The minute he didn't see it with Cassandra, he felt like she should go home."

“The Bachelor: Women Tell All” special airs Monday, March 3, at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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