The Bachelorette's Men Spill Their Thoughts on This Season

Sneak a peek at what some of the guys who got the boot, or booted themselves, had to say about their experience on the hit TV series

By Bruna Nessif Jul 28, 2011 4:36 AMTags

As the final episode of The Bachelorette nears, we can't help but constantly go over the past weeks' journey with Ashley Hebert in our minds...

Her annoying Bentley obsession, the lavish dates in foreign countries with hot men, guys leaving the show instead of being told to leave, the list goes on! Finally, two fan favorites swooned their way into Ashley's heart and ours: J.P. Rosenbaum and Ben Flajnik.

But we all know the real dish comes from the guys left behind...

And surprisingly from the Bachelorette herself.

You'd think seeing a bunch of guys whose hearts you've broken would be a little weird, but Ashley tells E! News at the taping for The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All that it was nice to see everyone and "good to get closure" after seeing how hurt some were.

There she goes with that closure again.

Anyway, we asked the li'l Canadian who she thought, out of her group of lone soldiers, would make the best Bachelor.

Her choices? Ryan Park and Ames Brown.

When we told Ryan this, he maintained his composure and said that he definitely "believes in the process of the show," but we know inside he was as giddy as a little school girl to even be up for that title. After all, he continued to remind us on the show that he's 31 and supersuccessful and everything is just so great, except he has no one to hold hands with through it all—awww.

Ames, on the other hand, was pretty surprised at the thought. Hey, we saw how the show moved too quickly for Ames—even he admitted it. "I'm used to taking relationships slower...pace yourself and enjoy every step of the way." This is TV, buddy, get used to it.

And of course, E! News caught up with Constantine Tzortzis, the Greek god who, after making it past the hometown dates, decided to deny the fantasy suite (and we all know what that means) and took himself out of the running on Monday's episode.

"You go on dates and you try, but sometimes things just don't work out," he said, adding as far as Ashley was concerned, "It was silly to move forward."

We would have loved to talk to Bentley about all the shenanigans he put the world through this season, but the guy didn't show (Pffft).

The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All airs this Sunday.