BYRON FACES THE 25 REJECTED WOMEN, AS PASSION AND JEALOUSY TAKE
CENTER STAGE ON ABC'S "THE BACHELOR: THE WOMEN TELL ALL," NOVEMBER 17
Bachelor Cast-off Jay Overbye Returns to Surprise the Ladies
Tears flow and the claws come out on "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All," WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 (9:01-10:02 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. The drama keeps unfolding as Byron faces a still very emotionally distraught Cindy, the women attack Krysta's love for the spotlight and her catty ways, Jayne tries to justify her outlandish behavior, and rejected Bachelor Jay Overbye returns for a surprise visit.
Byron is definitely on the hot-seat when the 25 women he rejected on national television confront him. In a never-before-seen interview with Cindy - taped just days after she did not receive a rose - the slighted Bachelorette has a meltdown over what she sees as Byron's missed opportunity in not selecting her. If her hot-seat interview is any barometer, Cindy's feelings for Byron are still burning. How will the Bachelor react to her emotional breakdown?
Krysta's recent "In Touch" magazine layout evokes an explosion of emotion from the ladies. Not only jealous of the media attention she garnered, the ladies are still outraged by Krysta's tactless comments and inappropriate behavior during the series, and they confront her one last time.
Then, Jayne must own up to her over-the-top outbursts and actions toward the other women - which seemed strangely out of character - or so the ladies thought.
Finally, Jay returns to find out which of the women actually voted for him during the series' premiere. Has he found happiness since being dismissed as "The Bachelor?"
Hosted by Chris Harrison, "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All" is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Telepictures Productions. Mike Fleiss is executive producer. Lisa Levinson, Scott Jeffress and Jason Carbone are co-executive producers.
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