TRAVIS FACES THE REJECTED WOMEN AND THE CLAWS COME OUT, AS JEALOUSY
TAKES CENTER STAGE ON �THE BACHELOR: PARIS: THE WOMEN TELL ALL,�
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20 ON ABC
The Women Attack Susan, and Travis Comes to Her Defense, Plus the Bachelorettes
Sound off on Other Hot Topics -- Moana, Kristen�s �Lemon-Teeth� and
Dr. Allie G.�s Infamous Meltdown
A reluctant Travis faces the fury of the rejected women who spent this season of �The Bachelor� catfighting with one another in an effort to capture his heart. Susan, Sarah B. from Canada, Tara, Jehan, Kristen and Shiloh are just a few of the memorable Bachelorettes who will confront each other one last time and dish the dirt on national television, as the women tell their side of the story on �The Bachelor: Paris: The Women Tell All,� MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Emotions run to a fever pitch between these feisty women with exciting, never-before-seen moments and some outrageous out-takes.
Susan gets put on the hot seat by all the other women, who question her intentions and whether her professed love for Travis is true -- only to have Travis surprisingly defend her.
And the women dish the dirt about the season�s hot topics, including: Dr. Allie G., the woman in her �reproductive phase� who exclaimed that her �eggs were rotting� and who confronted Travis in an explosive post-rose ceremony meltdown; Kristen�s �lemon teeth� ploy to capture the Bachelor�s affections while cruising down the Seine during a romantic dinner; and, of course, their overwhelming feelings about Moana� Have their opinions changed since watching the show?
Finally, Moana and Sarah S. from Nashville, who are still competing for Travis� heart, have messages for the rejected women.
Hosted by Chris Harrison, �The Bachelor: Paris: The Women Tell All� is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Telepictures Productions. Mike Fleiss and Lisa Levenson are the executive producers. David Bohnert is the co-executive producer.
The series is broadcast with Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. A TV parental guideline will be assigned closer to airdate.