And they say guys are afraid to talk about their feelings!

Last week on The Bachelorette, Kaitlyn Bristowe made the controversial decision to let Nick Viall, the runner-up from Andi Dorfman's season, move into the house after they established a relationship over social media before she became the Bachelorette. Her remaining suitors were less than thrilled, but we didn't get to see all of the fallout as the episode ended with Nick walking into the hotel room. GAH!

Well, we have your exclusive first look at the explosive drama that Nick brings, with one Bachelor making Kaitlyn cry and another accusing her of being "shallow," in the shocking promo above.

Ugh, is it Monday yet?!

The Bachelorette

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In the episode, which will kick off with three guys being eliminated at the rose ceremony, the suitors still in the competition will question Nick's intentions for returning to The Bachelorette

"He's chasing something, whether it's Kaitlyn or fame, we'll see," Tanner says in the promo. Too bad Nick has no intentions of winning over his fellow competitors, bluntly telling them, "You don't need to trust me." 

As the promo warns: the bombshells just keep on coming. So just how huge are they? Well, one guy is accusing Kaitlyn of joining the show just to "make out with a bunch of guys on TV," leaving us with our jaws on the floor. But how does Kaitlyn react? Press play on the exclusive promo above to see for yourself!

While the men may be questioning Nick's motivations, Kaitlyn was confident he truly was there for her when we chatted with her in the beginning of the season. "He had a rough go of the last season, and I truly believe he did show up for, here we go, 'the right reasons' because I don't think he would put himself through that again if he didn't feel that strongly about me," she said.

The Bachelorette airs Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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