Fourteen guys from this season's competition showed they share two things in common: they all hoped to woo "Bachelorette" /*Ali Fedotowsky*/ and they all disliked fellow contestant Justin Rego.
Bad feelings aside, Ali admits that facing the group of men she recently kicked to the curb was not an easy task.
"It's so scary," said Fedotowsky. "I'm so surprised that I didn't trip walking up on stage because I was freaking out. But as soon as I sat down I felt comfortable again."
Tensions may have sometimes risen during the season, but those involved admit things weren't combative for the whole shoot.
"I really think this is probably, from what I hear, one of the closest groups of guys ever on the show," said Fedotowsky.
"You know, I think I took something away from it so that's a plus, and I made great friends," said contestant Ty Brown.
"I had fun. I got to hear what they had to say and I can't say anything about. If they're having fun at my expense, have fun. I'm having fun too. I'm not crazy I'm just having a good time," said contestant Kasey Kahl.
"I would do it all over again," said contestant Kirk DeWindt.
Does that mean any of these guys could be in line for the next "Bachelor" series?
"I know that I'm ready to find the person to spend the rest of my life with. And if I have the opportunity to explore that I think I would be foolish not to," said DeWindt.
"It would definitely be something I would consider," said Brown.
"The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All" begins at 8 p.m. Monday and is followed by a 20/20 special "The Stories Behind the Rose" at 10 p.m.