It was a case of he said-she said on The Bachelor's Women Tell All special.
On Monday's penultimate episode, Sean was reunited with all the women he had rejected, including a very confused AshLee. While the 32-year-old professional organizer swears that Sean told her he had no feelings for the other remaining women, Sean was adamant he said nothing of the sort. So who does host Chris Harrison believe? Read our Q&A below to...
The Bachelor's Sean has narrowed his choices down to the final two ladies after sending home a very angry (and silent) AshLee.
"Can I at least explain myself please?" Sean asked AshLee after she told him not to walk her out. Sean only managed to get a few sentences out before AshLee, still without saying a word, got into the car.
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Did The Bachelor's Sean just say goodbye to his soul mate? Host Chris Harrison thinks he might have.
"I'm pretty sure he let go of the love of his life," Harrison tells TVGuide.com about Desiree's exit.
On Monday's episode, Sean headed to the hometowns of the four remaining women. Although he and Desiree have had a connection since the start of the season, her brother's negative comments to Sean turned him off, and he let her go. But what did viewers not see from Des' hometown date? Harrison fills us in on that and more in our weekly interview.
Bachelor fans can be heard rejoicing as this season's villain Tierra is finally gone.
After getting the first impression rose on the first night, Tierra quickly became Sean's front-runner. But as she continued to butt heads with the girls and manipulate Sean so she could spend more time with him, viewers grew angry that he hadn't yet sent her packing. In Monday's episode, the 24-year-old had quite the meltdown, which caused Sean to say his final goodbye.
But perhaps even more shocking than Tierra's exit was that Sean let fan favorite Lesley go. What lead to her demise? Host Chris Harrison explains why she and Sean might really regret their "breakup.....
The Bachelor's Sean loves an adventurous woman, so, unfortunately for Selma, skipping out on the group date's Polar Bear Plunge was her kiss of death.
In the continuation of our chat with host Chris Harrison, he explains why it was Selma's words — not her actions — that led to her exit. He also shares his thoughts on Tierra's "hypothermia" and tells us why Sarah's exit was the most heartbreaking of the season.