Here's Why Kelley Flanagan and Natasha Parker Apparently Weren't Invited To The 'Bachelor' Women Tell All

Bachelor viewers will likely notice something, or someone, missing during the Women Tell All on Monday night. Two women who lasted for the majority of Peter Weber's season—Kelley Flanagan and Natasha Parker—aren't in attendance.

There's a simple reason, according to spoiler blogger Reality Steve. They weren't invited.

It appears in order to get extra time with the Bachelor, production must personally invite you. If they don't like you, Reality Steve explained, you won't be called to attend.

The spoiler blogger revealed this in a tweet on February 22. "Word broke yesterday that Kelley told people she wasn't invited to the WTA," he wrote. "This is true. Why? I have no idea. But if you finished 5th & you were popular on the season, & you don't get invited to WTA, it means they didn't like her. No other reason. Not sure why Natasha wasn't."

Kelley Flanagan
Kelley Flanagan appears on 'The Bachelor' beside Bachelor Peter Weber. John Fleenor/ABC

He continued. "But basically Kelley wasn't invited which 1) is kinda bulls*** 2) doesn't make a hell of a lot of sense 3) isn't addressed at the WTA and 4) pretty much kills any chance of her being the Bachelorette."

ABC had no comment when asked by Newsweek to confirm that the women weren't invited.

Parker didn't cause too many waves on the show. She was one of Weber's kindest and least dramatic contestants, which made Bachelor Nation love her throughout the season.

Flanagan earned the trust of viewers when she began to openly call out Weber for playing a hand in the drama of the house. Throughout the season, Flanagan took a backseat to the immature conversations and told Weber not every relationship he had needed to be so difficult. He sent her home right after.

Bachelor fans were vocal about wanting to see Flanagan as the next Bachelorette. In Reality Steve's comment, it appears without more face time on the Women Tell All, Flanagan's chances of even being considered for the role were cut short. No one from Weber's season was named as the new rose holder. Clare Crawley was called from the Bachelor archives to act as the next Bachelorette.

Flanagan was seen in Los Angeles at the same time as the Women Tell All filming. On the day Reality Steve addressed her lack of invite, Flanagan shared an Instagram post with the caption "Let's acknowledge the Élephante in the room. I'm hanging with my chicks."

Weber's season of The Bachelor is expected to end next week. Spoilers have already outlined a tumultuous ending, which may not be fully concluded yet.