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The Women Tell All special won't air until March 7, but Spoiler King Reality Steve has a crib sheet for what to expect.

Here are Steve's spoilers:

- "Four women were called up into the hot seat: Melissa (the waitress who went home in episode 2 a crying mess), Ashley Spivey, Michelle, and Ashley Hebert."

- "There was no mention of Ashley as the next Bachelorette on the show, but trust me, it’s her. I’m guessing it will be officially announced sometime next week."

- “Melissa and Raichel continued their bitchfest from the season. A lot of fighting and comments between those two throughout the course of the show." (Melissa tried to explain her position during her media conference call. Raichel then did a video sharing her side of the story. Bachelor Pad winner David Good said they eliminated themselves through the constant bickering.)

- “Michelle's time on the hot seat was rough. Pretty much spent the whole time up there crying as girls started attacking her, with Stacey and Jackie being the two biggest instigators. Heard it got to a point where the audience started actually feeling sorry for Michelle and started yelling at the girls who were ganging up on her. I'm guessing those will be edited it out, but interesting to note that Michelle ended up coming across as a sympathetic figure." What’s Stacey's problem with Michelle? Michelle does come off as pretty sympathetic in her media conference call. Go Team Michelle! It's not too late to make her the Bachelorette...

- “Brad comes out. Gives Ashley S. more of an explanation as to why he sent her home, defends Michelle to everyone else, tells Shawntel that her profession had nothing to do with why he didn’t pick her, Raichel asks him if her drama with Melissa is the reason he sent her home and he says ‘yes,’ and he and Ashley discuss his reasonings for letting her go. Not that she gives a crap anymore since she’s gonna be the Bachelorette. I’m guessing she’s over it."

So there are no major bombshells here, unless you count the audience supporting Michelle. One question, though: What about the footage from the recent Bachelor reunions? We're supposed to see that during the Women Tell All. Will we get any insight into the Vienna Girardi/Wes Hayden/Gia Allemand love triangle? Will Rosemaster Chris Harrison discuss Bachelor Pad Season 2? Will Kasey Kahl get one more chance to sing?

Source: Reality Steve

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