The Bachelorette’s Britt and Kaitlyn Dish on the Premiere’s Stripper and Chris …

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Bachelor, Bachelorette Secrets Revealed: Chris Soules, Erica Rose Spill Juicy Show Details.

Radiant in floor-length blue sequins, Kaitlyn Bristowe waited nervously outside the Los Angeles Bachelorette mansion one March evening for a fleet of limousines carrying potential suitors.“The Bachelorette” and its masculine flip side “The Bachelor” begin their combined 30th season tonight already having broken all existing records for insincerity and scripted dialogue on a “reality” show. Season after season, the contestants voice not only the same sentiments but the same sentences. “I’m developing feelings for her.” “I’m here for the right reasons.” “This could be the person I’m going to spend the rest of my life with.” This season, at least, comes with a twist.

On Monday’s 8 p.m. premiere of the ABC matchmaking reality hit, we will see two former contestants from Chris Soules’ season, L.A. waitress Britt Nilsson and Canadian dance instructor Kaitlyn Bristowe, team up to find the love of their lives (well, only one woman will remain standing to offer a rose in the end). In celebration of Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson’s search for love that starts May 18 on ABC, Us Weekly asked fan favorite past contestants to spill some of the most surprising secrets about ABC’s beloved reality series.

Several feet away, the confident beauty, in a strapless white gown, embraced and charmed them. “Well,” a show insider says Bristowe muttered, “this is awkward.” To say the least. One thing to note when watching Monday’s Bachelorette premiere: The mansion seen on TV is actually home to a family with small children in between filming! “There’s actually a family that lives there, and they will move out, the show films, and they’ll move back in,” Andy Baldwin’s jilted Bachelorette Peyton Wright Lambton, told Us. “I took a tour one day and the producer was like, ‘That’s the little girl’s room there.'” Erica Rose, who competed on both season 9 of and seasons 2 and 3 of Bachelor Pad, isn’t worried that her casts are invading a family’s space while filming, but instead worries about when they move back in after the final rose. “I hope they sanitize that place after the season ends, because there is a lot of hooking up that goes on — especially on Bachelor Pad,” she revealed. For the first time in 11 seasons, the ABC dating show (premiering May 18, 9 p.m., and May 19, 8 p.m) pit two women – goofy Vancouver-based dancer Bristowe, 29, and flirty L.A. waitress Nilsson, 27 – in competition to star. Both finalists on Chris Soules’ season of The Bachelor, Bristowe and Nilsson “were happy to be on the series,” says a show source, “but annoyed they couldn’t do it on their own.” Another aggravating twist: On the first night, the 25 men would determine which woman would get booted.

Bristowe is quickly voted to be the bachelorette by the male contestants, said Stephen Carbone, 39, who has long posted “Bachelorette” and “Bachelor” spoilers on his site, realitysteve.com. Tonight’s film, directed by Gillian Laub, examines the shooting death of a young black man in Georgia from the very intimate viewpoint of the people directly involved. Carbone, who lives in Dallas, detailed for the Tribune how the Chicago-area contestants fared on the show, as well as one other twist that involves a former “Bachelorette” contender from Chicago.

Like campaigning politicians, the women schmoozed with as many men as possible. “Britt said she felt like she had seconds to prove herself as ‘wife material,'” says the insider. Fox Fewer shows have fallen as far as fast as “The Following.” The thriller about a serial killer who creates a cult of like-minded individuals came to life with a bang. Clint Arlis, 27, architectural engineer: The Batavia native, who wrestled for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, lists “Gladiator” and “Good Will Hunting” as his favorite movies in his “Bachelorette” profile, posted on ABC’s website.

His biggest date fear? “Saying too much or coming on strong.” After he meets Bristowe, Arlis gives her a picture he drew of “Bachelorette” host Chris Harrison riding a triceratops, Carbone said. “It was very professionally done. But the show couldn’t sustain the brilliance for more than a few episodes, as it repeated plot devices and asked the audience for ever-greater suspension of disbelief until most of the viewers just couldn’t take it anymore.

But for now, Samantha Highfill, Bachelor/Bachelorette recapper extraordinaire, and Dalene Rovenstine, 13-year Bachelor/Bachelorette watcher, will discuss what we’re all thinking: who would be a better bachelorette. The Cape Cod landscaper pleaded behind the scenes with ABC production staff to let him leave the series, but when they wouldn’t budge, he appealed to Fedotowsky herself. “We weren’t in love, but we were in like. Another called Bristowe “genuine.” But the night ended in tears for one woman, who was sent away after Harrison tallied the roses. (Us is not revealing the outcome.) The insider recalls the stunned runner-up sobbed over lost connections: “She said she almost wished that she hadn’t met them.” During the inaugural rose ceremony hours later, however, one bachelor fled the show to pursue her. We both knew that I was kind of a forced second place,” he said. “I wrote [her] a note that I wanted to leave, but couldn’t leave because Frank [Neuschaefer] had just left. [Producers] said I had to stay, and that’s why at the end, Ali didn’t try to see if I was going to propose, she sent me home. Arlis doesn’t make it to the following week’s rose ceremony, an unusual occurrence for someone who gets the first one-on-one date, Carbone said. “He makes an ass of himself and (Bristowe) pulls him aside at the cocktail party …

His abrupt exit threw the excited victor off-balance. “I need to figure out,” she said, per the insider, “if everyone’s here for me.” The guys had a competition of their own for punniest entrance. She knew I wasn’t going to do it anyway.” For many more behind-the-scenes Bachelor and Bachelorette tidbits — including why Chris Soules had to be coerced to get active on a date with Whitney Bischoff, Bachelor buzz words defined, and more — watch the video above now!

And the best seasons are the ones that have the most drama. (I think most of America is probably with me on that?) For that reason alone, I would love for the men to choose Britt to be this season’s Bachelorette. Josh Seiter, 27, recent Chicago-Kent College of Law graduate: Seiter, who has also gone by the name Andrew Dean, last year appeared on the reality show “Escape Club,” which followed 12 20-somethings who left their lives to live in the Dominican Republic. For “The Bachelorette,” Seiter says in his profile that his biggest fear is that his date will have bad breath, and if he could have lunch with one person it would be himself, 20 years from now. Monday’s episode will show Seiter stripping off a fireman’s uniform in his introduction video, which was filmed at Club Allure in Stone Park, Carbone said. “You can tell it was done after-hours and not when he was on shift,” Carbone said.

Your base—meaning your Bachelorette—needs to be a bit more stable, which is where I think Kaitlyn’s sense of humor makes her the best candidate. When Seiter meets Nilsson and Bristowe, he does a strip-tease for the women by taking the tie he is wearing and seductively placing it around their necks, Carbone said. “I think they were just laughing at him because it was pretty risqué, but they didn’t seem to hate it,” Carbone said. But I should clarify: I want a Bachelorette who is dramatic and emotional, not one that has a borderline personality disorder—which I do think happens way too often on this show and makes me question the doctor they use for clearing contestants.

She’s smart enough to make good choices–otherwise known as something we can root for—but I also think she’ll let herself have some fun along the way. I think Britt is someone who feels things really strongly and very quickly, so it actually does make sense to me that she might hate Arlington, Iowa, as her gut reaction and then come around to the idea later; also, isn’t a woman allowed to change her mind!?

I was secretly hoping you would mention it because I had this locked and loaded: I think everyone assumes Kaitlyn will be a person to root for as the Bachelorette and Britt won’t because of our feelings about them as bachelorettes on Chris’ season. For those of you whose Bachelor/Bachelorette history doesn’t stretch, or last, that far back, here’s the highlight: Jen Schefft, season 3 bachelorette, rejected both of her final two suitors.

But I simply think that after three back-to-back seasons of “fine” people winning the title of Bachelor or Bachelorette and then slowly growing less likable by the week, we need someone who’s consistent.

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