According to a Feb. 27 E! News report, "The Bachelor" Nick Viall will strut his stuff during "Dancing With The Stars" season 24, which begins March 20 on ABC. But not all of Bachelor Nation is thrilled by the news: Kaitlyn Bristowe, who appeared as the series lead on the 2015 iteration of "The Bachelorette," responded with an abbreviated Twitter rant.

Kaitlyn Bristowe takes Nick Viall 'DWTS' grievances to Twitter

After posting a pair of cryptic, frustration-laced one-liners to fans --"What a f*cking joke" and "Someone stop me from going on a twitter rant right now"-- the 31-year old Bristowe finally got to the point with a tweet in response to one posted by former "Bachelor" contestant Whitney Bischoff.

Bischoff, who won Chris Soules' cycle of "The Bachelor" in 2015, tweeted her concerns to People after the mag reported on Viall's involvement with "Dancing with the Stars" season 24, writing "@people why does a bachelorette never get this gig @BacheloretteABC?!? I wanted to see @kaitlynbristowe shake her tail feather!"

Bristowe responded to Bischoff's tweet by claiming that she "was offered it, had the contract & ["The Bachelor" creator Mike Fleiss] told me I wasn't allowed." She went on to detail the rationale that Fleiss gave her: "He said he didnt want people wanting fame after his show"

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As of press time, Fleiss had not yet responded to Kaitlyn Bristowe's accusation.

If her claim is on the money, it's an example of sexism in a pure form, as three other former "Bachelors" --Jake Pavelka, Sean Lowe, and Chris Soules-- have competed during past seasons of "Dancing with the Stars," while just one "Bachelorette" --Trista Sutter-- has taken up the challenge. In fact, Sutter danced during the series' first-ever season, well-before it became a popular reality series capable of helping the stars to generate --or maintain-- fame.

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(Note: Melissa Rycroft competed, but she was not a "Bachelor" franchise lead.)

Meanwhile, Viall has appeared on four separate "Bachelor" franchise series and Fleiss apparently hasn't prevented him from throwing his hat into the "DWTS" ring.

Will Nick Viall actually be revealed as a contestant on "Dancing with the Stars" season 24? To find out, watch "Good Morning America" on March 1.