The Bachelorette: The Women Tell All spoilers: Lee Garrett will appear

Lee GarrettEven though Lee Garrett was the most controversial contestant on The Bachelorette this season, and he may be one of the most controversial in recent memory, he will still appear on The Women Tell All when it airs on Monday night.

We never doubted whether or not ABC would want Lee to appear, given that this is a business for them, and of course they want to make as much money as possibly. Hitting this guy hard for his racist tweets and bad behavior is a way to do that. The one thing that we were not sure of at this point a week ago is whether or not he would show up, given that he went radio silence after some of his tweets were uncovered.

Yet, the network confirmed everything when they unveiled via a press release today some of the people who will be making appearances during the special:

“It’s an exciting, unpredictable reunion viewers won’t want to miss as the most memorable bachelors from this season – including Adam, Alex, Dean, DeMario, Fred, Iggy, Jack Stone, Jonathan, Josiah, Kenny, Lee, Lucas, Matt and Will – return to confront each other and Rachel one last time on national television to dish the dirt and tell their side of the story. A look back at the most memorable moments in “The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All” history is presented. Finally, as the clock ticks down on Rachel’s journey to find love, an up-close-and-personal look at her final three guys.”

First of all, did the show choose to include Jack’s full name just to raise the odds of us actually remembering who he is? That’s what it feels like right now.

Of this group, it’s pretty clear that Kenny and Lee are going to get the bulk of the airtime thanks to the feud that they had on the show, Dean will of course have a sit-down with Chris Harrison that makes everyone love him more, and maybe we’ll get a better sense of how Adam and Matt made it so far without any real attention from Rachel Lindsay at all in the form of one-on-one dates. Lucas is there, which means that the word “whaboom” is probably going to be said a billion or so times, as well. That is kind of what the man does.

By the end of this special, we’ll also probably get a further preview for the finale, where either Eric Bigger, Bryan Abasolo, or Peter Kraus ends up becoming Rachel’s fiancé. She’s still engaged right now, so it must work out reasonably well — at least for the time being.

One more thing that is interesting to note

DeMario won’t be there to discuss his Bachelor in Paradise scandal, but apparently, Harrison isn’t pleased with whatever he had to say on the subject of the Bachelorette experience. He made that clear in a new interview, saying that he is now unsure as to how the discussion with Corinne Olympios and DeMario is going to ultimately go. (Photo: ABC.)

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