With the "Men Tell All" airing next week, anticipation is building over what drama awaits rachel lindsay and the contestants after a full season of "The Bachelorette" has aired. Everyone has had a chance to sit at home and watch scenes they weren't privy to during filming. A lot of surprises, disappointments, and upsetting things emerge over the course of 12 weeks that prompt the cast to address their issues. The televised special is a chance for everyone to get closure on the incidents that bothered them throughout the season.

Rachel ready to reunite with cast

Rachel Lindsay explains that she's "not nervous" about the "Men Tell All" and is actually "really excited" to see all the guys again. She tells Entertainment Tonight that she expects there to be "some tough questions" and isn't sure other than that what's going to happen. One thing she knows for certain is what she's going to say to a few of "The Bachelorette" contestant -- especially Lee Garrett.

As fans recollect, Lee was getting into heated exchanges with fellow contestant, Kenny "King" Layne. It was also uncovered by longtime followers of Lee on Twitter that he'd posted several controversial tweets. When Rachel learned of the racist and hateful tweets that Lee has posted, her feelings changed for him.

"I feel different about Lee [Garrett, since sending him home]. I've read things, I've seen things that I didn't know about him before," Rachel Lindsay says."I don't have any questions. I just have something to say."

What does the 32-year-old "Bachelorette" intend to tell Lee? At the time she gave the interview, "Men Tell All" hadn't yet taped, which was scheduled for Friday.

Rachel shared that she wasn't sure what she was going to say, but hoped that Lee had an apology.

Rachel was asked if there was anything else she was going to say to DeMario Jackson -- the one she sent home after learning he had an alleged girlfriend back home. Jackson has since gone on to "Bachelor in Paradise" and just survived a scandal with the show.

Rachel said she said what she needed to DeMario on the show and doesn't have anything else to add. She hopes the "BiP" scandal doesn't come up since it's a closed deal, and it wouldn't be something appropriate to discuss since no one else was there. Sounds like something a good attorney would say!

Who else will be called out by Rachel?

Rachel Lindsay is also expected to confront Dean Unglert, who didn't have anything nice to say about one of her final three men -- Bryan Abasolo. Dean told ET that he thinks Rachel is "in lust" with Bryan and that he keeps seeing "red flags" that are obvious to him. Dean went on to say that Bryan "says all the right things at all the right times." Even Rachel is seen saying that during "The Bachelorette" to Bryan.

Dean is close friends with Peter Kraus and believes she should pick him. He didn't hesitate to add that he and Bryan didn't hit it off. It doesn't sound like Rachel is too pleased with Dean's assessment of her relationship with one of the other men!

The final three men for overnight dates are Peter, Bryan, and Eric Bigger. That episode airs on Monday, July 24 at 8 p.m., ET/PT on ABC.

"The Bachelorette: Men Tell All" will air Monday, July 31 on ABC at 8 p.m., ET/PT.