JUAN PABLO FACES THE WOMEN HE REJECTED AS FIREWORKS FLY AND HIS
CONTROVERSIAL TREATMENT OF THE BACHELORETTES MOVES CENTER STAGE,
ON "THE BACHELOR: THE WOMEN TELL ALL," MONDAY, MARCH 3 ON ABC
Newlyweds Sean and Catherine Lowe Offer the Scoop on Their Long-Awaited Honeymoon
"The Women Tell All" - Juan Pablo's season has been one of the most controversial and buzzed-about in the show's history. Viewers are locked in a heated debate about the handsome single dad. Many love this charismatic Bachelor -- others are troubled about how he is treating the women. Tonight, the debate rages on as 17 of the season's most memorable women, including Andi, Cassandra, Chelsie, Kelly and her dog, Molly, Lucy, Renee and Sharleen return to confront one another and Juan Pablo. So, what do the women really think of this Bachelor? Was he sincere about his search for a wife and stepmom for Camila? What about his kissing policy? And how do the women really feel about him sneaking off for a midnight swim with Clare? First, there is an update from the latest Bachelor happy couple - Sean and Catherine -- and viewers will get a sneak peek at the Season Finale and the final two bachelorettes - Clare and Nikki -- on "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All," MONDAY, MARCH 3 (8:00-9:32 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Before the women confront Juan Pablo, Sean and Catherine Lowe make their first television appearance since their wedding in January to offer the lowdown on their honeymoon and the first romantic weeks as a married couple.
All of the women agree that Juan Pablo is super handsome, a gentleman and has a sexy accent, but charming isn't enough and looks fade. These ladies were looking for more than that. They discuss whether Juan Pablo was there for the right reasons. Was he there to find a girlfriend to date or to find a wife? What about that confusing kissing policy? Some of the women thought he used his daughter as an excuse. They also weigh in about the infamous ocean swim with Clare with various women feeling that he didn't take responsibility for his actions and that it was unfair for him to put the blame all on her.
Sharleen finds it difficult to watch a clip of her departure, but innately knew that he would be better suited for some of the other women. Renee, a big supporter of Juan Pablo, explains how her relationship with him was different from the other women. The only regret she has was not telling him earlier that she loved him.
Finally, Andi opens up about what happened that night in the fantasy suite that caused her to leave St. Lucia. Up until then, she did feel "butterflies" and felt she could fall in love with Juan Pablo, but the situation took a dramatic turn in the fantasy suite and she became frustrated and wanted the journey to be over.
When Juan Pablo steps into the hot seat, he is immediately confronted by all of the women. The
fireworks start as a tearful Kelly faces off with the Bachelor about a subject which is painful and close to her heart. The women lash out about his use of English as a second language as an excuse for his behavior, but Sharleen and Andi also defend him. Juan Pablo talks about his being honest and that his honesty hurt some of the ladies if they didn't like his answers.
A hilarious bloopers segment precedes a special sneak peek at the Season Finale and the final two bachelorettes - Clare and Nikki -- who are competing for Juan Pablo's heart and 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, Martin Hilton and Alycia Rossiter are the executive producers. "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1 stereo surround sound. This program carries a TV-14,L parental guideline.
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