Last week on The Bachelorette
, Desiree Hartsock chose her final three men. Among the lucky guys are Brooks Forester, Chris Siegfried and Drew Kenney. Naturally, since Des is down to her final three, the producers want to torture the audience a bit by airing the "Men Tell All" special. Although we have to wait another week to see who Desiree picks as her final two, we'll get some insight into what happened on and off camera in season 9 of The Bachelorette
, which is still pretty exciting!The Bachelorette Family Blogs: The Final Three >>>
Of course, there will be a little reminiscing on the good times shared between the men while living and traveling together ... as they dated the same woman, and lots of confrontation. Will all the men's frustrations be directed toward season 9 villain Ben Scott? Or will James Case's scheme to become the next Bachelor take all of the heat? Let's not forget that Brian Jarosinski was dating Desiree while he had a girlfriend back home. Yikes! Apparently, all the men are singled out and no one is safe from their peers' critiques.
The special is filmed in front of a live audience, so the drama will be very real! Not only will there be plenty of bro-bashing, but everyone will be dressed to the nines. So even though there will be fighting, all of Desiree's men will look dashing while doing it.The Bachelorette Week 8 Deleted Scene: Denton Waddell Wants Des to Be His Girlfriend >>>
This will also be the first time the audience will see Zak Waddell. Last week, he was sent home heart-broken over Desiree. Has Zak found love after Des? The abs-bachelor was certainly the dark sheep of the bunch, but made it to the final four because of his undeniable charm and passion. Hopefully, Zak will bring his fun-loving personality and sense of humor to tonight's special. At the very least, surely his broken heart is on the mend.
Be sure to watch tonight's drama-filled Bachelorette
special, "The Men Tell All" at 8pm on ABC.
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