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Emily Maynard to live tweet during Monday night's 'The Bachelor' broadcast

By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 02/04/2013 

Emily Maynard will be sharing her thoughts with The Bachelor viewers in real-time during Monday night's fifth broadcast of the reality dating series' seventeenth season on ABC.

Maynard, the eighth-season The Bachelorette star who eliminated Sean Lowe in the process of determining her Final 2 suitors, will be live tweeting during The Bachelor's episode on Monday, February 4 from 8-10PM on the East Coast.

Viewers will be able to submit questions and receive direct, personal answers from Maynard herself. Maynard can be found on Twitter at @EmilyMaynard.

Monday night's broadcast will kick off a special two-night The Bachelor event in which Lowe, a 28-year-old business entrepreneur from Dallas, TX, will take his 11 remaining bachelorettes to Whitefish, MT for their week of dates. Tierra LiCausi and Jackie Parr will square off in the typically-dreaded two-on-one date and one bachelorette will be ousted immediately. 

Lowe will also embark on a one-on-one date with Lindsay Yenter in which the pair will enjoy a helicopter ride over the mountains of Montana's Glacier National Park. In addition, The Bachelor star will share a group date with eight women, who must compete in a relay race requiring them to milk goats. The winning team will receive more time with Lowe while the losing team will be sent back to the house. 

According to the network, a "controversial bachelorette" -- who will presumably be LiCausi -- will spark chaos and drama in the house following the group date, leaving Lowe worried he may not find his wife on the show.

The second part of The Bachelor's two-night event will air on Tuesday, February 5 from 9PM-11PM ET. 

Maynard rejected Lowe during The Bachelorette's eighth-season finale, which aired in Summer 2012, in favor of Arie Luyendyk Jr. and winner Jef Holm. Maynard and Holm called it quits in October.

While Lowe's edition of The Bachelor was filming this past fall, Maynard allegedly texted him kind, supportive words and assured him that she was in his corner, according to Us Weekly.

(Photo credit ABC)

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