THE CLAWS COME OUT WHEN THE MOST UNFORGETTABLE REJECTED WOMEN FACE OFF AND PASSION AND JEALOUSY TAKE CENTER STAGE, ON "THE BACHELOR: THE WOMEN TELL ALL," MONDAY, MAY 9 ON ABC
A reluctant Charlie faces the fury of the most memorable rejected women who spent this season of "The Bachelor" catfighting with one another in an effort to capture his heart: Sarah W., Kimberley, Jenny, Kerry, Kara, Megan, Carrie, Danushka and Geitan will confront each other one last time and dish the dirt on national television, on "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All," MONDAY, MAY 9 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Emotions run to a fever pitch between these feisty women with exciting, never-before-seen clips.
Conniving Sarah W., the last Bachelorette to be let go before the final two, challenges the women about how they ruined her opportunity with Charlie, and they in turn dare her to reveal her scandalous secret. Plus Sarah W. offers her side of the "final four controversy." Did Charlie really tell her that he wasn't going to include Sarah B. in his final picks? Who has the last laugh now?
It's time for the women to be put on the hot seat: Danushka caused rose ceremony chaos like never before. What was she thinking? Did Carrie regret asking for a kiss at the rose ceremony -- which proved to be her ticket home? Megan found out the hard way that Charlie didn't prefer blondes. Was she disappointed that her "makeover" didn't have its desired effect? Kara had a great skating date, but then Charlie said goodbye to the single mom. Did she have any second thoughts about how she approached the Bachelor? Was Kimberley too hot for TV, or just too hot for Charlie? Geitan stormed out of her date with Charlie and came back. What upset her so much? And Kerry is confronted about being two-faced and dishing on her competition.
Finally, Sarah B. and Krisily, who are still competing for Charlie's heart, have messages for the women who were rejected, and they both confront Sarah W. in video messages. A sneak peek at finale footage of the two women meeting Charlie's family and their final dates is also included.
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 Levenson and Scott Jeffress are co-executive producers.
This program carries a TV-PG,L,S parental guideline.