"The Bachelor' with Sean Lowe is taking a break for a week before the season finale, when he chooses between Catherine and Lindsay. First, the rejected women gather for "The Women Tell All," airing on Monday, March 4, 2013 (8-10 p.m. ET), on ABC Television Network. "The Bachelor" host Chris Harrison commented on what we might expect when he answered questions in a conference call interview with columnists on Feb. 28, 2013.
Some of the fan favorites will appear on "The Women Tell All," including AshLee, Desiree, Lesley M., Tierra, Selma, Sarah and Kacie B. This season's most controversial bachelorette, Tierra, will also appear to confront the women one more time.The women will all get to confront Sean and try to learn what he was thinking when he let them go.
The show will also include a sneak peek at the season finale. Sean and Chris will surprise viewers when the travel to viewer parties in the Los Angeles area in their Bachelor Bus.
According to a press release from ABC Television Network, fireworks will erupt when Tierra takes the hot seat. While Tierra contends that she was sweet and innocent, the other women believe she was delusional and fake. Tierra targets AshLee, blaming her for the fight and calling her a bully. Did Tierra learn anything from her experience on "The Bachelor?"
Chris Harrison was asked whether his opinion of Tierra had changed after filming "The Women Tells All." Harrison replied, "No, not really. I was hoping it would. But that's to say I don't, I don't hate Tierra. I don't think she's a bad person. I don't think she's you know the devil. I think she is young maybe misguided in certain ways. I was hoping you know ala (Courtney) or Michelle Money that she would kind of maybe see some of the errors of her ways and usually people do that when they watch the show back they learn something about themselves. And I don't think she necessarily learned that lesson. ... I was a little bit surprised and maybe a little disappointed that she didn't come back a little more contrite."
Heartbroken Sarah wants to know why Sean sent her home. She was falling for the man who made her feel so special. Harrison was asked if he thought Sarah would be a good choice for the next "Bachelorette." Harrison responded, " But you know you got to know and see how strong and amazing this woman is. And she does have an incredible story the fact that she was born with one arm and that was obviously a huge kind of arching story throughout our show....But then when you see her come back at "Women Tell All" and see how just articulate and well spoken she was about her feelings and about you know kind of her thoughts on love and how it's gone for her, it's you know - it would have been an easy choice and she would make a great "Bachelorette." Sarah talks about the Bachelor
Desiree admits that she loved Sean and that her brother played a part in the demise of her relationship with Sean. She has learned that she has to be more open in her next relationship. When asked if Desiree would make a good "Bachelorette," Harrison replied, "Des is kind of that young not that Katie Holmes is old but she's just is this young attractive Katie Holmes looking girl next door. It's kind of what the show was built on with you know finding that diamond in the rough kind of like Sean is it's that every day guy obviously a great guy and giving him that chance. And again Des, the way you know she comes off on the "Women Tell All" makes herself a great candidate." Desiree talks about brother and Bachelor Sean Lowe
AshLee, who was sent home after the 'Fantasy Suite" dates, appears upset and angry hen it is her turn for the hot seat. She thought that she and Sean would be getting engaged, but he sent her home. The two engage in a behind the scenes confrontation and battle it out. When Harrison was asked his opinion on AshLee as the next "Bachelorette," he said, "And AshLee, you know, I think if anybody on the show definitely showed that she is at a point in her life where she knows what she wants and incredibly strong beautiful woman. And you know, I think she is definitely ready for that. And maybe more so than even Sean which was maybe one of the reasons it didn't work out but you know she would be a good candidate as well." Bachelor Sean Lowe romances three bachelorettes in Thailand
The following week's episode of "The Bachelor" will be the season finale, when Sean makes a choice between Lindsay and Catherine. Lindsay was almost sent home on the first night, when she wore a wedding dress to the party. Catherine has sisters who do not approve of her relationship with Sean. Who will get the final rose
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All" is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss and Martin Hilton are the executive producers.