Tuesday’s special episode of “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” will see Colton Underwood’s contestants hash out the season’s drama. And after episodes of being accused of talking about her “Bachelorette” plans, Caelynn Miller-Keyes will find herself in the hot seat.

During the season, Caelynn and fellow contestant Cassie Randolph were speculated to have been discussing alternative “Bachelorette” plans while competing for Colton’s heart. Caelynn, who was booted in episode 8, will find herself combating the rumors alone as Cassie remains in the competition.

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According to Reality Steve, Caelynn is one of the four women who will be called to host Chris Harrison’s “hot seat” during the episode, airing Tuesday night on ABC.

During her interview, Caelynn is accused by contestant Katie Morton of being overheard talking to Cassie in Singapore about wanting whoever doesn’t win at the end of “The Bachelor” to become the next “The Bachelorette.” 

“Katie then said she was making a judgment about Caelynn not just off the conversation she heard on the bus, but other things, so Katie drew a conclusion that Caelynn and Cassie didn’t value the same things as Colton,” reported Reality Steve.

“She never specified what values those were, but she says she heard Caelynn talking about wanting to travel, the cool things she wanted to do post-show, also sliding into Dean’s DM’s.”

According to Katie, post-filming, she had a phone conversation with Caelynn where she claims she “admitted” to talking about “The Bachelorette.” During the women tell-all, however, Caelynn denies this.

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This won’t be the only drama Caelynn faces during the sit-down episode. Caelynn will also get her moment to talk to Colton and find out why he eliminated her during hometowns. Spoilers suggest Caelynn will spend “most of her time on the hot seat crying” after feeling “sure it was going to be her and Colton together.”

While speaking to Colton, he says he can’t tell her anything she did wrong in their relationship just that he was “following his gut and instinct.”

“The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.

Caelynn Miller-Keyes cries while speaking to host Chris Harrison during “The Bachelor: The Women Tell All” taping.