‘Bachelorette’ Men Tell All Special & Finale Spoilers 2017

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ABC/Paul Hebert Accomplished Texas attorney Rachel Lindsay takes a recess from the courtroom to start her search for happily ever after in the 13th edition of ABC's hit series, "The Bachelorette." BRYAN, RACHEL LINDSAY

Tonight is the overnight dates episode on The Bachelorette 2017 with Rachel Lindsay, which means that next week is the Men’s Tell All Special. Cast-offs from throughout the season will sound off and reflect on the season. In addition, Lindsay will sit down and speak her mind to her former flames.

Now, before we get into spoilers on the Men’s Tell All Special, along with finale and winner spoilers, this is your warning. DO NOT CONTINUE READING IF YOU ARE NOT INTERESTED IN FINDING OUT DETAILS IN REGARDS TO THE SHOW, THE REPORTED WINNER OR THE FINALE.

With that out of the way, let’s get into the spoilers, starting with the Men’s Tell All.

Rachel Lindsay will be addressing race during the Men’s Tell All and she told Entertainment Tonight that she has some choice words in mind for one specific contestant. Lindsay said she isn’t nervous, but she definitely feels differently about contestant Lee Garrett, who was the designated villain this season. She says that she doesn’t have any questions for the suitor, but she does have “something to say.” As for Lindsay’s falling out with DeMario Jackson, she says that she’s already said it all on the show. Lindsay explained to People:

I think I pretty much laid it all out the last time I saw DeMario, so I have no questions, nothing to say, no emotions. “If he has something to say, I’ll listen. But I said my piece.

When it comes to Bachelor in Paradise, Lindsay hopes that the alleged sexual misconduct scandal will not be addressed, though it does concern one of her cast-offs, DeMario Jackson. For a few weeks, Jackson’s part on the Men’s Tell All Special was not determined, but it has been confirmed that he will be present. Jackson explained why to TMZ, saying:

For me, I owe it to my cast mates. They’ve been very supportive of me throughout this whole entire thing and I want to all thank them, face to face, give them all hugs, bro-out, sis-out or whatever.

For those living under a rock, there were allegations of sexual misconduct between Jackson and Corinne Olympios during filming of the upcoming season of Bachelor in Paradise. Jackson voiced that he lost his job over the scandal. Fortunately, Warner Bros.’ investigation found no issue of misconduct. BIP resumed filming and will premiere on August 14, 2017 in a two-night event.

Another contestant who Lindsay may have some fresh words for may be fan-favorite Dean Unglert, who has said on the show that he wasn’t fond of reported winner Bryan Abasolo. Unglert also told ET that he thinks Lindsay is “in lust” with Abasolo because Abasolo “says all the right things at all the right times.” Peter Kraus was vocal on the show this season about his feelings towards Abasolo as well.

As for what happens on the finale, originally, Reality Steve reported that Peter Kraus was this season’s winner. However, he has corrected his report and Bryan Abasolo is supposedly the real winner. Reality Steve explained:

I say every season, I’m only as good as the information I get. I had no reason not to believe my source when they initially told me it was Peter in the end. But when I was tipped off to a wrong spoiler last week, and we both looked into it further, they realized they’d made a mistake and that it’s Bryan.

Tune in Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Network for new episodes of The Bachelorette.