COLTON FACES THE WOMEN HE REJECTED, SPARKS FLY AND THE CLAWS COME OUT, ON 'THE BACHELOR: THE WOMEN TELL ALL,' PART OF A TWO-NIGHT SPECIAL EVENT,
TUESDAY, MARCH 5
Caelynn, Demi, Hannah B., Heather, Katie, Kirpa, Nicole and Onyeka
Are Among the 20 Provocative Bachelorettes to Return
"The Bachelor: The Women Tell All" - Twenty of the most unforgettable women this season will return to confront each other and Colton and offer the lowdown on their quarrels and personal hostilities as they battled to capture Colton's heart. Chris Harrison takes a look back at some of the "memorable breakdowns and breakups" in series history. Dramatic feuds are revived between Oneyka and Nicole, Demi and Courtney, and Katie and Caelynn. Colton also must face the scrutiny of the women he sent home, while the ladies must defend their own behavior. Then take a look at some of the hilarious bloopers from this season and a sneak peek of one of the most unpredictable endings in franchise history on "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All," TUESDAY, MARCH 5 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.
Editors, please note: This episode will be part of a special two-night event with "2309" - the Fantasy Suite dates, airing Monday, March 4 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST).
The game that captured the hearts of Bachelor Nation is back this season with all-new gameplay! Fans can visit ABC.com/BFL, the ABC App and the ESPN Fantasy App to play The Official Bachelor Fantasy League, which allows players to compete with family, friends and the rest of #BachelorNation by building a weekly lineup of Bachelorettes based on weekly categories ranging from who gets a rose to who kisses Colton. The Bachelor Fantasy League sweepstakes is open to legal U.S. residents, 18 or older. No purchase is necessary to play. See official rules at ABC.com/BFL for full details and set your lineup today!
Who could forget Jason Mesnick having a sobbing breakdown over a balcony, Kelsey Poe's panic attack on a cold tile floor, or Ashley I.'s uncontrollable tears with mascara running down her face on her two-on-one date? Relive some of those all-time favorite unforgettable moments on "The Bachelor," as Bachelor Nation prepares for the drama to come.
Nicole accuses Onyeka of bullying her, but Tracy and Sydney chime in to defend Onyeka. Katie's intentions were questioned when she warned Colton that Caelynn and Cassie were not there for the right reasons. What did Katie hear that made her stick to that story and crush Caelynn's chances with Colton?
And you haven't heard the last from Demi yet. Demi and Courtney have one of the night's most intense confrontations, and then it escalates to even greater heights. We do see a softer side to the most controversial woman this season when Demi takes the hot seat and reveals why she decided to share the most painful, shameful part of her story with Colton: Her mother was an inmate in federal prison.
Nicole attempts to explain why she is so sensitive and cries at the drop of a hat, but she will receive a surprise reward for wearing her emotions on her sleeve. Hannah B. reveals how her pageant persona gets in her way when it comes to love and what she learned from her experience on "The Bachelor." And what about her rivalry with Caelynn? Caelynn describes how she felt watching the season and her pain in not having her love returned by Colton.
Then Colton takes the hot seat, and the tension is palpable when Caelynn tries to discover what went wrong with their relationship. Hannah B. wants to clear the air with the Bachelor but also wants him to know how she felt about him and how he handled sending her home. What about that fence jump? What did he realize about being the Bachelor and the possibility of having a relationship? And Sydney is determined to find out the status of Colton's virginity.
When we last left Colton, he sprinted over a fence. What will happen to the women? Will Colton give up on his chance to find his soulmate and lasting happiness?
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