Seven bachelors try to sing and dance their way into Ali Fedotowsky's heart when "The Bachelorette" presents them with a chance to audition for a one-night role in the Tony Award-winning musical The Lion King at Broadway's Minskoff Theatre.
"This is like a dream come true for me because I love theater and Broadway," Ali tells ET. "I am so excited to be here with the guys and performing with the cast. They are so talented."
Ali also tells ET that she won second place in a singing contest when she was in elementary school, but she is a better dancer than singer.
"I danced growing up. I like to think I can kind of sing, but I am sick today, so I am going to be terrible, but I am really not that good anyway," she reveals. "I previously did another date [on 'The Bachelorette'] that was a little acting and I think we are all really bad at it, so I am not worried that these guys are acting."
The show's producer, Thomas Schumacher, surprises the men when he tells them that they will audition for alone time with Ali. A good-natured, but intense competition ensues, and there are some standout performers among the guys. In the end, Ali selects one lucky bachelor, who also will be featured with her in that night's performance of The Lion King in front of a packed house.
"We gave the winning prize to a guy who sang to me -- who made it very clear that he is here for me," Ali says. Then she adds, "I am going to be so nervous."
Will it be Craig R., Frank, Jesse, Jonathan, Kirk, Roberto or Ty? "The Bachelorette" on Broadway airs tonight at 8 p.m. on ABC.