Another season of The Bachelorette is upon us and we\u2019re going behind the scenes to get the dirt on the show\u2019s juiciest secrets. From those memorable limo exits to the intense audition process just to get on the show, it\u2019s no small feat landing on one of ABC\u2019s most popular franchises. Following JoJo Fletcher\u2019s Bachelorette debut, ET called up three of our favorite Bachelorettes -- Ali Fedotowsky, Desiree Hartsock Siegfried and Andi Dorfman -- to get the real story on six of the biggest misconceptions. \r\n RELATED: JoJo Fletcher Admits She Knew About 'Bachelorette' Frontrunner Jordan Rodgers Ahead of Time \r\n1. Nope, Those Make-Out Scenes Aren\u2019t Ever Redone \r\n \r\nThe Bachelorette (and The Bachelor, for that matter) isn\u2019t afraid to get intimate, but when it comes to those kissing scenes, they\u2019re actually quite \u2026 natural, considering the circumstances, and never re-taped. \r\n\u201cThat never happened to me,\u201d Fedotowsky says, when asked if producers had ever requested a make-out session be redone. \u201cNo, I think they just make sure they get it,\u201d Siegfried echoes. \r\n RELATED: 8 Things to Expect From JoJo Fletcher's 'Bachelorette' Season \r\n2. There Are Tear Wranglers Whose Sole Job Is to Make the Girls Cry \r\n Choosing a potential life partner in the span of a few weeks is already pressure enough, but rumor has it The Bachelorette employs producers called the \u201ctear wrangler.\u201d \u201cThe producers, you trust them so much, you\u2019re encouraged to open up to them and you totally do,\u201d Fedotowsky reveals. \u201cAnd you cry to them, so I could understand why people would call them \u2018tear wranglers.\u2019 But that\u2019s not their sole job -- maybe it is their sole job and we just don\u2019t know.\u201d \r\n\u201cThere are so many tears on the show, it just happens,\u201d adds Siegfried. \r\n RELATED: 7 Bizzare Limo Exits and the Most Awkward Kiss Ever on JoJo Fletcher's 'Bachelorette' Debut \r\n3. Producers Come Up With Those Memorable Limo Exits\r\n Remember the guy in the cupcake? Or the guy in the Santa suit? Or even the guy riding in on a \u201cunicorn\u201d? Those memorable entrances were likely dreamt up by the producers. The Bachelorette is meant to be entertaining television, after all! \u201cProducers not forcing to get \u2018unicorn,\u2019 but pretty sure the guy didn\u2019t show up to L.A. with the \u2018unicorn,\u2019\u201d Dorfman explains. \u201cThere\u2019s a little of both, for sure.\u201d \r\nFedotowsky reveals that sometimes producers will take offhand remarks and run with them, saying, \u201cYou could mention the dumbest idea possible and they\u2019re like, \u2018That\u2019s a great idea! Do that!\u2019\u201d \r\n RELATED: 'Bachelorette' JoJo Fletcher Wants to 'Be Friends' With Superfan Kaley Cuoco \r\n4. The Booze Can Start Pouring at Any Time (and Last for Hours)\r\n As the Bachelorettes reveal, the booze can start filling up in those wine glasses as early as morning and last for hours. Basically, anything goes. \u201cAnytime. I mean, it never ends,\u201d Fedotowsky explains. \r\n\u201cPeople always wonder why do people get so drunk,\u201d she continues. \u201cNot everyone realizes that first night goes from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m., so that\u2019s a good 12 hours of drinking. So when you see people passed out, they\u2019re not necessarily drunk, they\u2019re tired!\u201d \r\n PICS: 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette' Romance Check! Which Couples Are Still Together? \r\n5. \u2018Do You Have a Sex Tape?\u2019\r\n Don\u2019t think it\u2019s easy getting on The Bachelorette: Fedotowsky, Dorfman and Siegfried reveal that the process is intense and extremely taxing. Contestants are asked anywhere from 100 to 300 questions, including some of the intimate nature, like, \u201cAre you on birth control?\u201d and \u201cDo you have a sex tape?\u201d \u201cI think they asked if there were nude photos online of me, and I\u2019m like, \u2018No,\u2019\u201d Dorfman recalls. \r\n\u201cIt\u2019s a huge packet, like a psych test you take,\u201d Fedotowsky says. \u201cPeople always say to me, \u2018Oh, is it something to make sure you\u2019re not crazy?\u2019 I say, \u2018Or to make sure you are crazy?!\u2019\u201d \r\n RELATED: Chris Harrison Says JoJo's 'Bachelorette' Season Is Full of 'Man Cry' \r\n6. There Are Perks to Being on The Bachelorette ...\r\n All three ladies are now enjoying life and success post-Bachelorette! Fedotowsky, who is pregnant with her first child with fianc\u00e9 Kevin Manno, is due in less than two months and Siegfried, who married the last man standing on her season, Chris, in January 2015, is expecting her first child in October. Meanwhile, Dorfman -- who ended her engagement to Josh Murray in early 2015 -- is enjoying the single life, though we had to ask her to clarify rumors that she and Bachelor\/Bachelorette host Chris Harrison were more than friends. \u201cNo, definitely not dating Chris Harrison. He\u2019s a dear friend,\u201d the former assistant district attorney says. The other gals had their fellow Bachelorette\u2019s back, too. \u201cI don\u2019t think Chris would date someone within The Bachelor family. We\u2019re like his children. Nor should he,\u201d Fedotowsky adds. Dorfman chimed in: \u201cHe doesn\u2019t cross that line.\u201d Dorfman\u2019s new book, It\u2019s Not Okay, is in stores now. Siegfried is the author of The Fairytale Wedding, on shelves now. Fedotowsky runs her own successful blog, AliLuvs.com. The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET\/PT on ABC.