ABC has announced Blake, Jason and Garrett from Becca Kufrin's season of The Bachelorette and Ben, who starred on Season 20 of The Bachelor, will appear live on Part 1 of The Bachelor's two-night Season 23 finale on Monday, March 11 at 8PM ET/PT.
During the two-hour broadcast, the fan-favorite men -- who are all good friends with Colton -- will discuss Colton's situation after Cassie Randolph's sudden exit and share how they think his journey to find lasting, mutual love will end.
In addition, ABC revealed Jason will also share his thoughts on "the extraordinary conclusion" of Colton's edition on Part 2 of The Bachelorseason finale, which airs Tuesday, March 12 at 8PM ET/PT.
But Jason won't be the only former Bachelor-franchise participant to appear on Part 2 of the two-night finale event.
"A devastated Colton, who lost Cassie, must decide if he should continue on his journey to find love on Part 1 of the live season finale... [and then] Bachelor Nation will be rocked by the stunning live conclusion to Colton's love story on Part 2," ABC teases.
The Bachelor viewers last saw Colton on the March 4 episode trying to quit the series after Cassie -- an assistant speech pathologist from Huntington Beach, CA -- blindsided and dumped him ahead of their overnight Fantasy Suite date.
Colton was seemingly expecting to lose his virginity to Cassie that night, telling the cameras, "I can definitely see us working forever. I feel like my whole life has been leading to tonight because I love Cassie. I want to be with Cassie. My heart is complete when I think of Cassie."
But Cassie expressed she was not "in love" with the charity founder and former pro football player and therefore chose to leave, resulting in Colton ripping off his microphone, pushing a camera out of his face and jumping a fence.
Colton ran off into the night in a remote area of Portugal and left The Bachelor host Chris Harrison and the show's production crew astounded, confused and worried in his tracks.
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Colton, however, ultimately decided to allow cameras to continue rolling once he returned and calmed down from his emotional outburst.