'Bachelorette' Promo Proves This IS the Most Dramatic Season Ever

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Kaitlyn Bristowe's Bachelorette is on course to be the most messed up season ever, and the most recent promo teases the drama still to come.

Tensions are high in the house after Andi Dorman's runner-up, Nick Viall, was invited to join the current season of the popular ABC reality show.

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"He is going to be moving in tonight," Kaitlyn announces in the clip. "At the end of the day it's just a decision I have to explore."

Before Nick conveniently popped up after a group date, Kaitlyn's had only corresponded with him over email and text.

"I was [happy when Nick came back], because it was a friendship in my mind. I hadn't even thought about a relationship," Kaitlyn told ET. "When I saw him and he had booked a one-way ticket and left his job and he was there for me, I'm going to explore that."

In a season full of twists and turns, one of the most fascinating surprises was the bromance between J.J. and Clint, which crumbled after Clint was practically kicked out of the house.

Wanting to distance himself from his unpopular buddy, J.J. publicly threw Clint under the bus before his exit. Later, J.J. tried to patch things up to no avail.

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"Don't touch me," Clint told J.J. when he tried to console him. "Nut up or shut up, dude, because I'm going to f***ing kill you."

While Clint was the one leaving, it was J.J. who was left in tears.

An all-new Bachelorette airs Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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