'The Bachelor' Sneak Peek: Sydney Threatens to Leave, Calls Colton Underwood Out for His 'Choices' (Exclusive)

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Sydney didn't come on The Bachelor to date Colton Underwood -- she came on the show to get engaged to him. 

Only ET has an exclusive sneak peek at Monday's episode of the ABC dating series, in which the NBA dancer tells Colton that she's here for marriage, and calls him out for pursuing relationships with women whom she doesn't think are here for the same thing. 

"Some girls, like Demi and Hannah B., they're not as ready for marriage, and if that's what he wants, then great. But I want to be very clear: in order for him to find his wife, he's got to make a lot of changes, and hopefully he can hear me and understand what I'm actually saying to him," Sydney tells the camera in the clip. "If not, I gotta go."

The brunette beauty then sits down with Colton to give him a piece of her mind, informing him that he better shape up if he wants a future with her. 

"Everyone expects me to have it figured out, and I don't have it figured out," Colton confesses. "I'm not naive to the fact that there's other people here, and I know every relationship is so different."

"My fear though, also, is the choices that you're making. You're taking a lot of easier choices with the people that you are pursuing," she boldly tells him. "I want something real and I want something magical and I want other things that you're looking for. There are some very wonderful people in that group. Figure out what you came here to find. Don't be distracted by shiny things, especially now." 

Watch the full clip in the video player above. 

Last week's episode of The Bachelor ended in a cliffhanger, with Colton walking away from Onyeka and Nicole's she-said-she-said fight and questioning how to proceed with the show. 

We've still yet to see the former NFL player's much-talked-about fence jump, and while chatting with ET on Tuesday, he said the series is about to "get real." 

"As the weeks progress, it gets more real and more real, and I think not only for me but these women too," he teased. "It's unlike anything else, and it's going to be a crazy one. You guys are in for a wild ride."

The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. See more in the video below, and join ET's Bachelor Nation Facebook group here


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