Unseen footage of Krystal saying horrible things sends shockwaves through 'The Bachelor: The Women Tell All'

Nick Paschal
Supervising Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

Everyone was taking shots at Krystal on The Bachelor: The Women Tell All, and after everything she said on the show this season, it’s easy to understand why. Especially when a previously unseen clip showed Krystal saying even worse things.

The big moment with Krystal this season was when she freaked out after the bowling date. Much of what she said about Arie was off-camera, when she wasn’t mic’d, but on a few occasions Krystal was picked up on audio while talking to someone in another room. During the Tell All, they played more of that clip than was originally aired, and it sent shockwaves through the whole audience. “Did I mention my life is f**king amazing and awesome? That’s all on hold for what? Some needle d**k?” Krystal said to someone, most likely a producer on the show. She continued to mock Arie by lowering her voice as if she were him, saying, “We’re going to have five people join us so I can make out with the c**ts.”

Judging by their reactions, this was the first time the other ladies were hearing this — and they were not happy. Caroline told Krystal, “You were so mean! Like, you called my friends, you called these women c**ts. How dare you use that word about these people!”

Arie was the who had the mic-drop moment after Krystal told him that their goodbye was a little cold. He told her, “In a way, looking back now, I think — I feel like it was pretty appropriate,” and everyone in the room went crazy like they were an old Jerry Springer audience.

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