Reality Steve Says 'The Bachelorette' Men Tell All Will Have A Live Audience

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Reality Steve Says 'The Bachelorette' Men Tell All Will Have A Live Audience
  • Katie Thurston's "Men Tell All" episode will premiere on Monday, July 26 at 8 p.m. ET.

  • The contestants and Bachelorette filmed on July 15th, so Reality Steve is already spilling the tea about your favorite bromances and beef from this season.

  • Here's everything to know about who appears on Men Tell All and what happens when they reunite.

Katie Thurston's journey to find love is coming to a close—but not before the men get a chance to say their peace. This Bachelorette has not been shy about voicing her opinions and neither have the guys, tbh.

During the "Men Tell All" episode, the guys will have one more chance to explain to viewers (and Katie) a little more about what happened when the cameras weren't rolling. Tbd if there will be big drama of Queen Victoria proportions or a sweet reunion of best buds.

If you can't wait to watch Katie's guys hash it out on live television, then Reality Steve has you covered. The "Men Tell All" special recently filmed and, according to Reality Steve, it was a lot. Here’s everything you need to know about the MTA episode:

Warning, spoilers ahead! Stop reading here if you don't want to know what happens on The Bachelorette's "Men Tell All" special!

When will the "Men Tell All" episode air?

You can catch all the drama for yourself when the episode airs on Monday, July 26th on ABC at 8 p.m. EST.

When was the episode filmed?

After the guys quarantined for a few days, the episode was filmed at the Hotel Amarano on July 15th, Reality Steve said on his blog. "And there was an audience in attendance as well," he added. (Yes, you read that right. Get excited for a real live audience.)

The hotel looks like the perfect place to spill some Bachelorette tea, since it's in the heart of Hollywood. "Inspired by the glamour and spirit of Old Hollywood," the hotel has a massive saltwater pool, poolside daybeds, and an upscale bar and restaurant combo. Does that mean an after-party?

Which contestants will be at the "Men Tell All?"

That's the big question. Reality Steve hasn't dropped intel on the contestant guest list (yet), but he's guessing that around 12 guys made the flight to California, per his latest spoilers.

Steve's one confirmed guy in attendance? Michael Allio. "At the beginning of next week's episode, we’ll see Michael self eliminate because of his son, and Katie never meets his family," Steve said. "Then the episode will transition into the 'Men Tell All,' which was filmed this past Thursday and Michael was there."

The latest Bachelorette preview also dropped a few more clues about which guys could return to rehash some drama. Based on the new promo video, you'll see Thomas Jacobs and Hunter Montgomery (two of Katie's biggest villains this season) there, too. And if you shed a few tears watching Connor Brennan's super sad exit, get excited—because it seems like he'll be using another one of his nine lives for a reappearance, too.

There's also a few sneak peeks of Karl Smith (another old villain), Tre Cooper, firefighter trainee Brendan Scanzano, pro football player Andrew Spencer, and Quartney Mixon.

Need a refresher on all of Katie's previous flames and who you might get to see again? WH has all the Bachelorette contestant info you need here.

Who's hosting the "Men Tell All" special?

The dynamic duo who have been by Katie's side this whole season return to host the Men Tell All, too. "Kaitlyn and Tayshia hosted," per Steve.

And, they didn't try to keep it a secret, either. "Kaitlyn and Katie are currently quarantining at the Hotel Amarano in Burbank based on their social media posts yesterday. They clearly don’t care about showing people where they are," he added.

What happens at the "Men Tell All" special?

There aren't too many specific details yet about what kind of drama might come out between Katie and the guys. But based on past "Men Tell All" and "Women Tell All" episodes, you know it will get real.

Matt James' WTA revolved around the major house drama between the women, plus some unresolved relationship tension to work through. Then, Tayshia's MTA was "bizarre," and definitely entertaining.

Photo credit: Craig Sjodin - Getty Images
Photo credit: Craig Sjodin - Getty Images

The one gasp-worthy moment you can be sure to expect is Katie dropping this bomb: "To be unkind is a huge red flag for me," she says in the promo. It's too early to tell which guy is on the receiving end, but either way, make sure you make extra popcorn in advance.

When is The Bachelorette finale anyway?

Katie's season will officially end on August 9th, when the finale airs. But if that feels too far away, you can catch up on all the finale spoilers here (including who wins!).

And get ready for the "Men Tell All" episode, airing on July 26th on ABC.

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