Warning: Major spoilers ahead for Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor! Stop reading now if you don’t want to be spoiled.
There are just three episodes left in this season of The Bachelor, and tonight’s episode will be “Women Tell All” special. The special is a reunion for the previously eliminated women, and you can expect contestants to air their grievances with Peter, reveal some details of the season that we didn’t know before, and sometimes even confront each other.
This season has been full of funny moments, but it also features a number of surprising eliminations, and a bunch of the ladies were previously displeased after Peter decided to allow Alayah back into the competition—so we can expect the Tell All special to be super juicy.
And as usual, Bachelor guru Reality Steve has some inside info on the special, including intel about the woman that Peter sends home after Fantasy Suites. So without further ado, here are all of The Bachelor: Women Tell All spoilers that you need to know before the episode airs tonight.
Kelley and Natasha won’t be at the Tell All.
In a surprising twist, Kelley and Natasha won’t be present for the much-anticipated special. And while invites to the Tell All aren’t sent to every single contestant that appears on a season, Kelley and Natasha both made it to Peter’s top six, which makes their absence surprising.
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Kelley was once a top contender for the next Bachelorette lead, and even Peter said she would make a great Bachelorette. However, Reality Steve explained that it seems like she was purposely not invited to the Tell All because production just “didn’t like” her, even though she was a fan-favorite.
Victoria F. is sent home at the beginning of the episode.
The beginning of The Women Tell All special actually starts back in Australia at the rose ceremony, and Victoria F. ends up without a rose and is sent home—and since the Tell All special is filmed after the regular episodes, she makes an appearance at the reunion.
The preview clip for the episode also suggested that Madison doesn’t show up to the rose ceremony, but Reality Steve confirmed that she does come, albeit a bit late.
Kelsey and Victoria F. end up in the hot seat.
The Tell All special always has a few girls come up for one-on-one interviews with Chris Harrison, and fans have dubbed it the “hot seat.” This season’s hot seat interviews are with Victoria F. and Kelsey, and Victoria F. spent her time denying the allegations that she had contributed to the breakdown of multiple marriages.
Kelsey then admitted that while her heart was in the right place, she now realizes that she overreacted a bit to the champagne drama during one of the season’s earlier episodes. Former Bachelor contestant Ashley I. was in the audience, and according to Cosmopolitan, she praised Kelsey for being open with her emotions and presented her with a giant bottle of champagne.
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And while some thought that Kelsey’s appearance on The Women Tell All was a Bachelorette audition of sorts, the gig ended up going to Clare Crawley.
Clare Crawley will be the lead for the Bachelorette’s 16th season. She made it to the final two of Juan Pablo Galavis’s season of The Bachelor in 2014, but he ended up choosing Nikki Ferrell. Clare later appeared on the first two seasons of Bachelor in Paradise and a season of The Bachelor Winter Games, but her February 2018 engagement to fellow Winter Games contestant Benoit Beauséjour-Savard ended after just two months.