"The Bachelor" has been narrowed down to just two women, but past contenders have returned to the show on Monday in order to air their grievances.
During the "Women Tell All" episode, ex-contestants, including freshly eliminated Lindsay, will return to discuss the happenings of season 17 of "The Bachelor" and a behind-the-scenes look at events that led to each of their dismissals.
The season saw Lowe weed his way through 25 women from the start of the season until now, and just Catherine and Ashlee remain. Tonight, Lowe will have to face the love-scorned women.
Among those rejected by Lowe was "crazy" Tierra from Las Vegas. The 24-year-old was eliminated before the rose ceremony in week seven, but left a lasting mark on the show.
A teaser for tonight's "Tell All" episode reveals Tierra facing accusation that she was unfriendly to her fellow competitors.
"I am shocked that you're saying the things you're saying and being sweet and innocent- you're delusional," one past contestant alleged of Tierra.
Another women accused Tierra of simply putting on an act for the show and for Lowe.
"I was friendly," defended Tierra. "It's not like I walked around the house and I was this complete devil, it wasn't that way."
Yet another past contender sounded off, noting that while Tierra was not outright malicious on the show, she was certainly not at all friendly.
"You can't say you were friendly," purported the previous 'Bachelor' contender. "And you said over and over again, 'I don't care I'm not here to make friends,' so you need to pick your words wisely. You can't say you were friendly- you weren't."
Watch the sneak preview of tonight's episode
Next week on March 11, the final rose will be given to the woman selected by Lowe to become his wife, marking the end of season 17. The 3-hour event starts at 8 p.m. EST.
Regardless of whom he chooses, Lowe has stated that he only wants to find true love.
"I want to find my wife here more than anything, but I don't know if I have the words, I don't know if I have the courage," said Lowe, according to E! News. "I mean it kills me inside."
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