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.
Desiree and Sean
Just two episodes in, The Bachelor has already filled its hot tub-and-helicopter quota and we're already sick of people saying they're "not on the show to make friends." But more importantly, our Bachelor Sean Lowe has already started to view some of the women as wife material and tells TVGuide.com that he left one date in particular thinking he may have met The One.
Keep reading for more from our chat with Sean below:
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.