‘The Bachelor’s ‘Women Tell All’ Episode Airs Tomorrow—Here’s Everything To Know

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With this season of The Bachelor nearly over, it's safe to say that everyone has a pretty good understanding of Bachelor Zach Shallcross' personality. But how well do Bachelor fans truly know him?

So far, he's given away his aggressively normal behavior (which has made this season, for some, a little boring), his mind on COVID quarantine, and his genuine intentions in finding true love. Is there any more to Zach than what meets the eye, or rather, the dramatic B-roll footage of him being pensive? Hopefully.

This week, viewers might actually find out during the "Women's Tell All," a.k.a. the episode where viewers finally get the contestants' unfiltered side of the story—on Zach and each other.

Will Greer air out her post-quarantine send off? Will Jess expand on why she went home in Estonia? Here's everything to know (so far) about tomorrow's episode.

It was filmed on February 24.

The "Women Tell All" episode was filmed on Friday, February 24, 2023, per Reality Steve. There's no word yet on where exactly it was filmed, but it was likely taped somewhere in Los Angeles.

Jesse Palmer will host.

Although no other details on the episode have been shared on the page, Jesse Palmer will reportedly host the "Women Tell All" event, per IMDb.

16 contestants will be there.

According to Reality Steve, there will be 16 contestants present during the tell all episode. In season 26, the "Women Tell All" episode included 18 contestants, but the number varies year to year. This year, the number might be slightly lower because Zach sent home 10 contestants in The Bachelor's first episode and viewers don't know much about those women.

Here is the list of contestants at the "Women Tell All," according to Reality Steve:

  • Cat Wong

  • Brooklyn Willie

  • Aly Jacobs

  • Greer Blitzer

  • Charity Lawson

  • Jess Girod

  • Genevie Mayo

  • Madison Johnson

  • Olivia Lewis

  • Christina Mandrell

  • Brianna Thorbourne

  • Mercedes Northup

  • Kylee Russel

  • Victoria Jameson

  • Anastasia Keramidas

  • Katherine Izzo

It will reportedly be "chaotic."

Last week's teaser trailer proved that a few choice words will be said during the "Women Tell All." On March 9, 2023, Jess Girod, a season 27 contestant, also gave some details about the upcoming episode on the Click Bait with Bachelor Nation podcast. "It was fun, it was very chaotic," Jess said on the podcast.

Jess went on to say that the episode should be "very entertaining" for viewers. It also seems like drama will def be aired out between contestants in tomorrow's episode. "A lot of the women needed some closure on some of their situations with each other, so everyone kind of said their piece," Jess said.

Jess also told the Click Bait hosts that contestants Cat Wong and Brooklyn Willie will reportedly "come to a good understanding" at the end of the "Women Tell All" episode.

Reality Steve also reported that Christina and Anastasia will be big topics during the episode on a recent podcast episode. "A lot of the women [went] after Christina for how they felt she acted in the house," said Reality Steve.

It will air on March 14, 2023.

The Bachelor will air two episodes this week. Tonight will be the hometowns episode, and tomorrow will be the "Women Tell All" at 8 p.m. EST on ABC. You can also catch up on everything you may have missed this season on Hulu. Get your popcorn ready.

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