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.
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.