After one of the most dramatic seasons in Bachelorette history -- we actually mean it this time! -- fans are gearing up for Monday's penultimate episode. Get ready for two hours of testosterone turmoil because Kaitlyn Bristowe's suitors will have their chance to confront one another, or clear the air on The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All.
ET was on the rose-filled set during filming for the reunion special and we caught up with the Bachelorette to address the hurtful cyber-bullying Bristowe experienced all season after admitting that she slept with finalist Nick Viallon an early one-on-one date.
"I wanted to go [into The Men Tell All] and address the situation, and be like, 'Yes that hurt, and that's not okay,'" the brunette beauty told ET.
Over the past few months, Bristowe has experienced extreme levels of social media slut-shaming and on Monday's episode, host Chris Harrison will address the cyber-bullying and will read aloud some of the hurtful tweets that were sent to the 30-year-old.
"Maybe a little good will come of this because the cyber-bullying, and the hate -- that crap has got to stop," Harrison said. "Kaitlyn reads these comments, and she's a human being."
During filming for The Men Tell All, ET watched as Bristowe was overwhelmed by the support of her suitors and when they gave her a standing ovation of solidarity against the cyber-bullies, she immediately burst into tears.
"I was going to stay strong," Bristowe revealed. "And everybody stood up and it just brought me to tears. It was really emotional, and it felt really good to know that everybody stood behind me on that."