ABC’s The Bachelorette 2011 is back, and back with a bang from the sounds of it. Scottsdale viewers were bummed to have a full week off from Ashley Hebert and her search for love, but the wait is over. A new episode airs Monday night, and by all accounts it will be a doozy. Ashley Hebert has three one-on-one dates, one group date, two guys go home, and viewers will see the Emily Maynard interview at the end. As a bonus, today several folks related to the show who have seen the episode tease fans that there will be tears tonight – but not necessarily Ashley’s.
Show creator Mike Fleiss teased viewers to watch for a big clue tonight, and others on Twitter are sharing other enticing tidbits. ABC executive Robert Mills Tweeted, “#Bachelorette tonight! Find out who goes to hometowns and your heart will be broken when one guy asks, ‘You don’t want to meet my family?’” Ashley Spivey, who was Ashley Hebert’s closest bud during their season with The Bachelor’s Brad Womack, has already seen Monday’s episode and she says it is not to be missed. On her Twitter, Spivey shared “Excited 4 every1 2 see the #bachelorette tonight! Ashley makes tough decisions, a green-eyed monster appears, and we hear from @RickisMommy!” Ashley then added, “Think you felt bad for me during my exit on the #Bachelor? Wait till tonight’s episode of the #Bachelorette. #mostemotionalexitever”
JesseCsincsak, former fiancé of The Bachelorette’s DeAnna Pappas, also teases viewers about Monday’s episode. He tweeted, “On this weeks #Bachelorette #EmilyMaynard is back with her breakdown of what happened with her & Brad and one guy leaves CRYING Guess who ??” Reality Steve has already spoiled who leaves on Monday’s episode, and fans are taking guesses about which of the two would be most likely to leave crying. Rumor also has it that this guy returns before the season is over, trying to win back Ashley’s heart.
It will be an action-packed episode Monday night, with emotions all over the board from the sounds of it. The Bachelorette episodes can be seen every Monday night at 7 p.m. on Channel 15 in the Scottsdale area. You can also watch The Bachelorette online at ABC.com the day after the show airs.
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