On Monday night’s airing of “The Bachelorette the Men Tell All”, Desiree Hartsock had her chance to confront the bad boys of the season, with both James and Ben receiving boos from the studio audience as they were introduced. Brian, the bachelor with the girlfriend, chose not to return for the recap episode.
Ben was the first bad boy in the hot seat who was once again booed by the studio audience as he took his position next to Chris Harrison. His “I am not here to make friends” comment really irritated the men in the house with the overall consensus that he wasn’t there for the right reason. Ben became very defensive when his character and parenting came into question, especially when Ben’s son’s mother told Dan in Vegas he was a bad father and the child was conceived because Ben cheated on his girlfriend with the son’s mom.
Next in line for some “Bachelorette” summer grilling was James who wasn’t booed for a second time, yet he did receive a lackluster welcome. Mikey defended his and James’ controversial conversation in the van following the group date, with Mikey standing up and confronting Kasey who badgered his buddy and questioned his intentions. He didn’t deny wanting to be the next “Bachelor” but the audience unanimously agreed he would not be trustworthy.
Juan Pablo is the one bachelor who made history with the least amount of screen time making the biggest impact with “The Bachelorette” viewers. The well-liked soccer-playing dad was the third contestant in the hot seat with Chris Harrison and bets are the Venezuelan will be the next “Bachelor”.
And then Desiree arrived dressed in gold and anxious to see all of her ex-boyfriends, not holding back as she told the bad boys off. She let Jonathan, the creepiest bachelor ever, know he was a “disgrace to all men”. However, he apologized explaining how humiliated he was over his “fantasy suite” behavior during the premiere episode.
Desiree then told Ben he was very insincere, arrogant and fake, who then tried to take the attention from himself and pointed a finger at Michael’s aggressive attitude.
Next, Hartsock, clearly disgusted turned her sights onto James harshly explaining that she felt manipulated by him during “The Bachelorette”.
Zak W. was the last man Desiree Hartsock sent home, but he had no expectations, telling Chris Harrison that “it was so easy to fall in love and just let myself go-that is why it was such a good time” dropping hints that he is willing to sign up again, possibly to be the next “Bachelor”. He admitted he still loved “The Bachelorette” and wrote her a song that expressed his feelings, which he sang on “The Men Tell All”. Was that Zak’s last-ditch attempt at winning her heart or was he vying for a recording contract?
Find out who Desiree Hartsock chooses on “The Bachelorette” in the two-part season finale, beginning next Monday at 8 p.m. with the big emotional shocker ABC has been teasing since the first episode. However, fans shouldn’t give up hope, Desiree is engaged, but viewers won’t know whom until the very end.
Wonder which, if any of the men from this season will be the next “Bachelor” when the show returns in January 2014?
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