When is Men Tell All Bachelorette 2021?
What time does “The Bachelorette” air? “Week 8: The Men Tell All” airs from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET on Monday, July 26, 2021 (7/26/2021). syracuse.comHow to watch ‘The Bachelorette’: ‘The Men Tell All’ in week 8 | Time, TV channel, FREE live stream
Who Is The Bachelorette 2021?
The Bachelorette 2021: Katie Thurston reunites with former suitors in 'Men Tell All' Get ready for some drama: The men of Katie's season reunite for the first time to rehash some of the show's biggest fights. WLS-TVThe Bachelorette 2021: Katie Thurston reunites with former suitors in 'Men Tell All'
Does Michael a leave Bachelorette?
Monday's episode of "The Bachelorette" began with a tearful goodbye as fan favorite Michael Allio left the show ahead of hometowns to be with his 4-year-old son, James. "There's a little sting to the heart when you see him," Thurston said of her reunion with Allio during the "Men Tell All." WLS-TVThe Bachelorette 2021: Michael Allio leaves show, has emotional reunion with Katie Thurston on 'Men Tell All'
Why did Michael leave Bachelorette?
Why did Michael leave The Bachelorette? Michael decided to leave the ABC show following a video call with his son James. During their FaceTime, James said, “Maybe daddy left because he don't want to see me.” ParadeWho Went Home on The Bachelorette Tonight? Week 8 Eliminations
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Michael A., a single dad to a 4-year-old son named James, stole America's hearts with his genuinely kind heart, hilarious dad jokes and, sadly, his tragic story of losing his wife to cancer several years prior. However, despite being a frontrunner in the competition, after his heartbreaking FaceTime call with his son, during which James told his father, "I know what the problem is. Maybe Daddy left because he don't want to see me," Michael A. realized he had to do what's best for his family.
"We've gone through everything together. To go through losing a mother, I don't want him to ever think that he's not enough. It's a lot. I feel conflicted. I feel guilty. I feel selfish. I don't know what to do. I knew this road would be painful, and pain is something I can take. When it starts to affect my son, that's when everything changes," shared Michael A.
Soon after the call, Michael A. visited Katie in her suite to deliver her the news that he would be saying goodbye and heading home early.
"With Hometowns coming up, I feel like it's wrong for me to give you half of what I could be. And it kills me because I see so much with us," Michael A. told Katie. "You know, my decision to leave hurts you too. But I'm going home because my beautiful boy needs his dad."
For Katie, saying goodbye to Michael A. ahead of hometowns was both shocking and devastating because she legitimately saw herself walking away with him.
"Our connection is still there, and our connection is unexplored," explained Katie. "It's just hard to know the impact of him leaving right now. Michael is someone I saw myself walking away with. I knew what my life would be if I chose Michael, and that was a life I wanted."
Katie also stated, "I know his decision is the best decision for his family, but right now in this moment, it hurts, and in this moment, I am mad. I am sad. All I'm looking for is to be in love and find my person, and it's very possible that my person just left."
Meanwhile, tears were flowing on Twitter, as Bachelor Nation found themselves torn between wanting Michael A. to become the next Bachelor, and not wanting him to miss any more time with his son.
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But everything happens for a reason and, ultimately, during Monday night's Men Tell All, Katie had no regrets. After learning that Michael A. said he'd be open to a second chance with Katie, The Bachelorette star shared, "I have nothing but love and respect for Michael but, ultimately, you know, I could not dwell on the past. I had to continue to move forward, and my ending is ultimately how everything was supposed to happen. You know, I'm a big believer in everything happens for a reason, and that's something I still believe in to this day."
So it seems Katie's Bachelorette journey may have still ended in an engagement, but we'll just have to wait to find out.
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Who knows how far he could have gone if he stayed?!! 😭