It’s my favorite episode of every season of The Bachelor, the night where all the women who have had their heart’s broken sit down together and practically yell and throw shade at each other for two hours. I’m talking about The Women Tell All. They confront each other about all the drama, the back stabbing, and more.
This season’s tell all was something like I have never seen before. I wrote a while back about how I thought Brad Womack was the most boring Bachelor of all time but it was the women that kept the show afloat this year. So you can imagine with that collection of strong personalities, there was sure to be some claws come out.
One of this year’s biggest clashes was between Raichel and Melissa. These two hated each other and were bound and determined to have each other eliminated from the competition. However, when they both took turns to gossip about the other to Brad, the joke was on the two of them when Brad sent both of them home without a rose. However, when Melissa was asked to sit in the hot seat and things went down…
Melissa proceeded to deny all of the sabotage that she caused for Raichel and everyone sitting in the audience is asking, “did she not see herself on the show?” Watching these two duke it out on the show and the live tell-all was a train wreck. I’m glad that Brad pulled a one-two punch on these two. They are DRAMA!
One of the night’s biggest explosions was the majority of the women’s attack on the season most controversial woman, Michelle. I have to say that Michelle was my favorite from the season and after she was sent home, the show took a nose dive in excitement. Between her crazy confessionals and her impromptu visits with Brad, she kept the ball rolling.
However, the other women who Michelle wasn’t close with didn’t see it that way and proceed to berate her at length causing Michelle to break down and the women wouldn’t stop. It took Chris Harrison practically telling them to shut up before the hurling of insults subsided.
Jackie and Stacey were quick to throw shade while Ashley H. and Lisa M. came quick to her defense. The best burn of the night goes to Chris however for practically telling Jackie that she was just jealous of Michelle’s connection with Brad and that’s what she’s mad at really, not Michelle herself.
Finally, Brad came out to confront the women. This is usually the juiciest part of the evening where the women yell at him, get mad for things he’s said to them and all of that. But honestly, Bachelor Brad comes on and slows down the pace of the show. Boring. I could have watched the show without the dates this season and just watched the women in the house. It would have been way more interesting.
To close the show, we watch a montage of the two women that remain. Chantal O. and Emily. As much as I would love Emily to win his heart, I think his connection with Chantal is a little bit stronger.