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'Bachelor' Recap: "Women Tell All" Pulls Low Ratings; Watch Michelle Money's Sob Fest

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Mar. 8 2011, Published 12:47 p.m. ET

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Last night's "Women Tell All" special of The Bachelor was basically a Michelle Money roast session. This season's drama queen was harassed and attacked by the scorned women who did not win Bachelor Brad Womack's heart. And tough girl Michelle couldn't handle the heat, blubbering her way through the special.

A sobbing Michelle explained to the women who she jabbed all season, that her disses came out of a place of sarcasm. She also shared her regrets for leaving her young daughter to try and find love with Brad.

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Brad continued to defend the weepy Michelle, once again lauding her for her honesty and realness.

The last bachelorette to say goodbye to Brad, Ashley Hebert also shared a heartfelt chat with host Chris Harrison.

Ashley sported a new look, appearing vivacious with natural brown locks, bold red lips and a short black dress.

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Brad even quipped "Who is this?" when he came out and saw Ashley.

Ashley explained that she has been living with regret for taking up precious time she had with Brad and using it to talk about her insecurities.

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Brad addressed the audience at the end of the episode, explaining he is happier then he has ever been with the new love of his life — either Chantal O'Brien or mom Emily Maynard.

According to E! News, the ratings dropped from 11.2 million last week down to an estimated 9.9 million who tuned in for the special.

Catch some clips below!

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