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Like the rest of Bachelor Nation, Bachelorette veteran Ashley Hebert was glued to the TV during The Bachelorette Season 8 Men Tell All” special. In her words, "this is when things start to get real, and the man claws come out." Amen to that, sista-friend!

Ashley has a plethora of thoughts and feelings about Emily Maynard's eligible bachelors, but she was really pumped up about four guys in particular: Ryan, Chris, Sean, and Kalon. Check out what she has to say on her Parade blog!

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On Ryan: "Ryan still has the fangs carved out of his beard, but hearing from him was enlightening. I appreciated his honesty, and thought a few of his thoughts made sense. For once, I agreed with him! Ryan says the reason for coming on the show was to meet his wife. It is no secret that Ryan's number one priority is Ryan, and he doesn't try to hide it. He is right to say that after being filmed for a few weeks, you will undoubtedly say a few things you regret."

On Chris: "I've always had the feeling that Chris had trouble managing his emotions when things don't go as he planned: I still feel this way! He tries to defend this by saying he got upset because he really fell in love Emily and was hurt. I get it, but what about Sean? He was hurt. He was in love. He didn't get angry. Angry doesn't look good on anyone!" 

On Sean: "Sean looked great and handled himself like a true man. What can I say, the more America sees Sean, the more they love him! Tonight was no different. I'm on board with Sean for the next Bachelor. He was a guy that went on the show for honest reasons, really fell for Emily, and probably never had any intention on being the next Bachelor." 

On Kalon and his evil veneers: "I love Emily most for the way she sticks up for herself and her beliefs. If I was in her position, I probably would have carelessly forgiven Kalon to avoid confrontation. Emily, on the other hand, did not allow him to talk his way out of it. She put him in his place and he was literally speechless (probably not a common occurrence)."

We couldn't have said it better ourselves, Ashley!

Source: Parade