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'Bachelorette' Spoilers: Will Bennett Be on the 'Men Tell All' or Make Final Four?

Newsweek logo Newsweek 12/14/2020 Kelly Wynne
a man and a woman sitting on a bench: Bennett Jordan (L) and Tayshia Adams (R) on "The Bachelorette." © Craig Sjodin/ABC Bennett Jordan (L) and Tayshia Adams (R) on "The Bachelorette."

Another Bachelorette cliffhanger has viewers everywhere wondering if Bennett Jordan will appear on the "Men Tell All" episode Monday night. After being eliminated, Bennett will either walk his way back into Tayshia Adams' group of men or be sent packing for good.

Last Tuesday, Adams eliminated Bennett during a spontaneous two-on-one date. He was put up against Noah Erb after the pair of men caused tiresome drama that never seemed to end. For weeks, Noah and Bennett were at odds. That is, until Adams sent Bennett home.

At the end of the episode, though, Bennett showed up at Adams' door and confessed his love to her. She claimed that she needed time to think about his admission. So, will Bennett come back onto The Bachelorette?

The short answer is: Nope. Adams won't bring Bennett to the final four, according to spoilers from Reality Steve, even though he says he loves her. Instead, she'll send him home and he will appear, alongside Noah (who also won't make the final four), on the "Men Tell All" on Monday night.

That can only mean one thing for anxious "Men Tell All" viewers: the studio-set special episode will likely be one, giant continuation of the Bennett and Noah show. If you're sick of the drama between both men, you might be better off skipping the episode altogether.

Only 10 men showed up for the "Men Tell All" filming, according to Reality Steve. Usually, a "Men Tell All" episode features close to 30 people and is filmed in front of a live audience. This has already led to speculation in the Bachelor Nation community that Adams' "Men Tell All" may be awkward and somewhat unnecessary.


It could also be argued that not much has really happened on Adams' season of The Bachelorette. Most of the petty drama featured this season has involved the same few people and the same storyline dragged out needlessly over multiple episodes. There's no reason to think the "Men Tell All" will look any different.

The handful of men who tugged at the heartstrings of viewers throughout the season are still on Adams' final four roster. That only leaves the most dramatic, eye-roll-inducing contestants for the "Men Tell All."

Adams is expected to eliminate a few contestants early in Monday's episode. Then, the "Men Tell All" will ensue. Tuesday night, The Bachelorette will premiere again with the much-anticipated "Hometowns" episode.

Then, as if all of that isn't enough, next week, The Bachelorette will air Monday and Tuesday again, with Tuesday being the season finale.

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