The Bachelorette's sixth edition ended with a "shocking outcome" and "last minute, heart-wrenching decision" that "forever" changed the lives of Fedotowsky and remaining suitors Roberto Martinez and Chris Lambton, the network announced in a Tuesday press release about next Monday's broadcast of the season's finale, which was filmed this spring.
"Will she find love or leave paradise with a broken heart?" ABC teased in the release, which didn't disclose additional details of The Bachelorette's sixth-season conclusion but stated Martinez and Lambton will both "come back to sit with Ali and talk about the shocking outcome" during the season's After the Final Rose special that will air immediately after the two-hour finale.
As The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison mentioned on last night's The Men Tell All special, Frank Neuschaefer -- the Final 3 suitor who decided to dump Fedotowsky and leave the ABC reality dating show after determining he and his former girlfriend still had feelings for each other -- will also be part of the After the Final Rose special.
In addition to an appearance by Neuschaefer, the special will also feature Fedotowsky explaining how his decision left her "completely heartbroken" and "questioning herself and what she was looking for in a man."
Martinez and Lambton will both ask Fedotowsky's father for her hand in marriage when they meet her family before the season's final Rose Ceremony, according to ABC.
"For the first time ever, an unexpected turn of events leaves her risking it all for love," the network stated in the release. "Ali has laid it all on the line and the end is here. But will she find the man of her dreams and get her happily ever after?"