Last night on "The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love -- Women Tell All," they sure did! And ET was there to find out what several of the bachelorettes had to say about this season's scandal involving ousted bachelorette Rozlyn Papa.
"I was the one who saw Rozlyn and the producer on the stairs," Jesse tells ET. "I wasn't feeling very good. I was outside with the girls -- the other ones were on their date -- so we are all sitting by the pool. I went in to mix myself some vitamin C and the staircase is right by the bathroom. I heard something and I saw Rozlyn and the producer on the stairs kissing."
Earlier this season, both Rozlyn and "The Bachelor" host Chris Harrison came to ET to tell their respective sides of the story.
I'm telling the truth," says Rozlyn, who was accused of having an "inappropriate" relationship with the producer, which she denies. "I think there were complaints about producers giving cast massages -- ironically it wasn't me and this producer. I'm telling the truth."
But Chris saw it differently, saying, "She's certainly not telling the truth. Not only was there an inappropriate relationship, but there was a physical relationship between Roz [and] our crew member while she was on the show, period. … If she's kissing and making out with a crew member, that's enough."
Despite Rozlyn's denials, on last night's "Women Tell All," several of her fellow bachelorettes revealed that they saw her being affectionate with the producer.
"I saw them during the evening. All of us saw them cuddling on the couch. Just playful things they would do to each other. It is not natural to do that when you have only known somebody for a week," Jesse adds.
And Ella tells ET that she didn't want to say anything earlier, because she wanted to say it to Rozlyn personally, rather than being quoted in a tabloid.
"Everything that Rozlyn is going through, I would not want to be in her shoes. That is how I felt then," Ella says when asked why she didn't speak up when she did interviews following her exit from the show. "[I am] learning more things that come out. Different things that I saw, I thought she might be joking about something like that. Hearing all the women talk about different things that they saw, it wasn't a joke. It was real."
So where does this season's "The Bachelor" Jake Pavelka stand on the matter?
"I don't think Rozlyn is right for me," he tells ET. "I am saddened to see her true colors. I thought of her as a bigger person."
On next week's "The Bachelor," Jake is down to his final two women: Tenley and Vienna. Tune in to ABC at 8 p.m. to find out who he picks. Then stay tuned at 10 p.m. for "The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love -- After the Final Rose."