'Bachelor' Bombshells: What Happened on Monday Night's Episode

"The View" co-host Michelle Collins dishes about the best moments from "The Bachelor."
4:27 | 01/19/16

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Well, let's turn now to "The bachelor" bombshell that has so many people talking this morning. Spoiler alert, if you have not watched yet, three women are gone and one of them chose to leave. ABC's Reena ninan has the very latest. Reporter: Tears flowing and tempers flaring. Go away. Me? Leave me the Alone. Reporter: Week three of "The bachelor" delivering plenty of drama as personalities clash. She is not letting anything get in her way. No. She's very aggressive. Reporter: Olivia making enemies. I would love more, more, more, more time with him and I'm going to do whatever. To no one's surprise Olivia steals Ben right away. Does anyone else want to go on my date. Reporte jubilee's one-on-one date off to an awkward start. Will you accept this rose? Yeah. Reporter: But not the women. I don't know what you guys are doing but this ain't you. Reporter: Sparks fly when amber confronts jubilee. I don't know what's going on. When she said a little comment like, anyone else want this date, a lot of girls were pissed about that. Reporter: Just when you thought the night couldn't get any crazier. Ben, can I talk to you a second. Lace makes a shocking exit. I think it's better that I go. Reporter: Overnight telling Chris Harrison why she really left. 24 is bringing out the bad side of me. Reporter: Revealing. Taking a step back from drinking obviously, focusing more on my career and just knowing myself worth. Reporter: Ben saying good-bye to to more women including 27-year-old shoshanna overcome with emotion. I had no idea it would be this hard. Reporter: Telling us in an exclusive interview her take on all the drama after having a front row seat. Lace, I personally really like her. She's a very sweet girl. I think we all get a little different when we drink but I think she'll learn her lesson. Reporter: Revealing her pick for Ben's future wife. Kayla is my soul sister. I really love her and hopefully it will work out for Ben with her. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Reena ninan, ABC news, New York. All right, joining us with her take on last night's drama, "Bachelor" super fan and co-host of "The view," commercial Collins. Last night's episode, lace leaving, were you as shocked as everyone else? This was the like elimination kind of heard around the world although she left of her own accord. To better herself. Which was like I always felt lace was reality TV crazy and I loved her for it and I was like, wait, she has real problems and I feel bad for her. She's working on herself which is nice. She also has a tattoo that says work on yourself which is a good reminder. Now with lace out of the way, will Olivia now emerge as the new villain, villainess? Amber emerged as a major villain. She was very mean to jubilee which was I thought -- kind of rubbed me the wrong way and didn't look good in front of Ben. I'm now obsessed with Olivia. Ben gave some disturbing news, sad news about something that happened in his life and Olivia chose a conversation that was quite odd coming right out of this announcement. Let me tell you something, last night's "Bachelor" can be dedpiened by two words. I know you won't like them. Fat toes. I know you don't want to hear about it. I'm obsessed with her feet. The guy has family members die or family friends. She comes in and talks about her cangles. I get it. Similar things. It's not easy, Amy. You can't take your foot on a diet. There's no toe cleanse. You can't do a juicy toe cleanse. She actually is the only entertaining thing sort of other than amber. Well and jubilee decided to go and give him a massage. Oh, my god. Which is also a little strange and the other girls did not like it. Jubilee is on her game. The other girls didn't like it because they didn't think of it. They didn't know there was a massage table. Who knew that? She was on it. She already had her rose and said, my man wants a massage and she gave it to him. We can't wait to see what happens next. Oh, my god. Anything can happen. Michelle Collins, thank you very much. New episode of "The bachelor" airs Monday night at 8:00, 7:00 central right here on ABC. You can see Michelle, of course, on "The view" at 11 A.M. Eastern.

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