WATCH: Scorned 'Bachelor' Gals Face Off with Courtney Robertson on Tell-All Episode

For the first time, one of the Bachelor's final two appears on 'The Women Tell-All' to address bad behavior and backstabbing

Oh, hide the knives! Producers of The Bachelor, season 16, have gathered up their coterie of high-heeled beauties for the highly anticipated Women Tell All special (Monday, Mar. 5, at 8 p.m. ET, on ABC). Blakeley, Emily, Nicki and the rest of the ladies spurned by Ben Flajnik will discuss their experiences on the show, with a natural focus on their mutual hatred of that mean, nasty frontrunner Courtney Robertson.

As depicted in the preview below, host Chris Harrison encourages the women to vent about this season's villainess. After the angry ladies dished about Robertson -- even calling her heartless -- the ever-sneaky Harrison then reveals that she is in the studio and prepared to face her accusers. And guess what? It's possible that the shocked looks on the women's faces are genuine. Why? Because it's the first time in Bachelor history that one of the final two women will appear in the Women Tell All special! Da-da-dummmm. Watch here:

Robertson, who is rumored to be the last woman standing and the winner of Flajnik's heart, didn't fare well in the hot seat as she took in all of the well-deserved shouting and mumbled, "If I could take it all back, I would." One contestant in particular was not prepared to send Courtney off to Bachelor-finale bliss without a personal apology -- Blakeley, who was a favorite target of the consistently spiteful Courtney. As she tried to get the attention of the dazed model, Blakeley said, "I'm trying to be nice to you and you're not even looking at me! You said I was a stripper on national television!"

The camera zooms in on Robertson's pretty, pretty face, and her voice cracks. "I'm sorry," she says. "I take it all back." Then she tilts her head up towards the ceiling. (In case tears do well up, she's got to protect her makeup.) It's not easy being a beautiful villainous. Lest you feel sorry for her, though, click here for a refresher on Robertson's knack for gloating and manipulation.

So what can we expect during the March 12th finale? It's Robertson versus sweet, down-to-earth Lindzi Cox in Switzerland, where Ben will take the two women on separate, adventurous dates involving sledding, helicopters and lots and lots of kissing. Then he'll ask one of them to be his wife.

From photos that surfaced last week of Robertson trying on wedding dresses, we have a feeling we know how all of this ends -- and we can't help but be a little disappointed in Bachelor Ben. One thing we can be sure of? The always-entertaining After the Final Rose will be a juicy one this year! 

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