Selma, Sean Lowe
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.
Tierra and Sean
Sean and the remaining Bachelor women were on the move to Whitefish, Mont., this week, where Tierra continued her reign of terror. But were her antics enough to send her packing? Not just yet.
"I know America is going, 'C'mon, this is ridiculous,' but he really likes her," host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com.
The Bachelor: Where are they now?
Every Bachelor season has a villain and/or a drama queen and Sean got them both in Tierra.
On Monday's episode, Tierra had a tantrum, in which she threatened to leave the show and wondered why she deserved to be "tortured." But instead of letting her go, as the women would've liked, Sean had faith in their connection and gave her a rose. What does host Chris Harrison have to say about her? Keep reading to find out.
How well does Chris Harrison remember all 25 seasons of The Bachelor and Bachelorette?
Video: Go back in time to the top moments of The Bachelor Season 1!
In 2002, ABC tested the reality waters by introducing a competition reality show where one man, Alex Michel, would search for his a potential wife out of 25 women. Eleven years later, the franchise is still going strong with a few marriages, a lot of broken engagements, tons of tears, many meltdowns and innumerable hot-and-heavy hot-tubs scenes. But does Harrison, the host since Day 1, remember all those memorable moments? TVGuide.com put Harrison to the test! Watch below to see how well he does.
Bachelor contestants, especially on the second go around, should know by now that the guy does not want to hear about the drama in the house. Unfortunately for Kacie, telling Sean about the fighting between two of the women was the ultimate cause of her demise. Was host Chris Harrison surprised by her early exit? Read on for more of his take on this week's episode.
The Bachelor's Sean Lowe is playing by his own rules this season and proved that by handing out more than 10 roses — before the first rose ceremony.
On the Season 17 premiere, viewers were reintroduced to the sexy Texan as he began his search for the woman of his dreams. But while Sean was struck by some women almost instantly, others didn't make a good first impression despite their over-the-top entrances and personalities. Host Chris Harrison shares his thoughts on how Sean did Night 1, gives us a glimpse into who will be the season's villain and fan favorite, and explains why one familiar face got a rose, while the other one didn't.
Bachelor fans expecting Sean Lowe to be a quiet, simpleminded Mr. Goody-Two-Shoes will be pleasantly surprised when the 17th season premieres on Monday.
"[People who think,] 'Crap, he's like vanilla toast,' — well, he's not," host Chris Harrison tells TVGuide.com. "People will be surprised by his personality and charisma, and he's also got an edge to him. He's not afraid of confrontation or saying the wrong thing. "
Bachelor premiere by the numbers: 6 things to expect from Sean's season
Cobie Smulders and Neil Patrick Harris
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12. 'Til Death Do Us Part Award: It took another nine years, but a second Bachelorette couple ties the knot! In an ABC special, Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum get married in a Bachelor alum-studded ceremony officiated by host Chris Harrison. As with any Bachelor-related event, there are a bunch of cheesy, staged moments, but their emotional ...
Sean Lowe may have had his heart broken on Emily Maynard's season of The Bachelorette, but he's back and sexier than ever as he searches for love on the new season of The Bachelor.
On the latest installment, which debuts Monday, Jan. 7 at 8/7c on ABC, the 28-year-old Texan will narrow down the field of 26 women before handing out his final rose. But Lowe isn't just the All-American boy-next-door we previously saw. Instead, viewers will also see that he's funny, he loves showing off his bod, and he isn't playing by the rules. Since TVGuide.com got an early peek at the premiere, we're sharing what to expect, by the numbers, from the newest season.
J.P. Rosenbaum and Ashley Hebert
Bachelorette star Ashley Hebert married J.P. Rosenbaum Saturday in Pasadena, Calif., People reports.