Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Sean Lowe enters shark tank on The Bachelor: The Women Tell All
Tierra makes her way onto the chopping block too.
Dallas hunk Sean Lowe faced the 24 women he sent home this season in a special edition of The Bachelor: The Women Tell All, which aired Monday night. Drama was looming just around every corner of conversation.
The episode, which was also transmitted to millions of Americans live, began as The Roast of Tierra the Tierrable, as the season antagonist first took the hot seat opposite host Chris Harrison. Tierra proved she honestly has no idea how big of a b*tch she is.
“I’m a sweet girl … I light up in a room … people immediately judge me based on what I look like,” she claimed, as the other women exchanged hilarious looks of disbelief. The most recent contestant to be sent home, AshLee, threatened to fight her over a tiff the two had in St. Croix. Houstonian Robyn called her "delusional." The Bachelor is trending more toward Bad Girls Club every week.
Oh, and by the way, Tierra is engaged. This happened in January, shortly after being dismissed from the show. She said it is not a hoax. Irritating.
Up next were three show favorites — Sara, Desiree, and AshLee — who were forced to watch their nationally publicized break up before an open discussion about what happened. Talk about torture. Sara and Desiree both ended in tears, while AshLee grimaced, obviously still bitter about the situation.
These three ladies shared a common thread — each was convinced that Sean was the love of her life and that they would be the woman on the podium at the end of the show.
Sean got a chance to defend and explain himself at the end of The Women Tell All. And though he was “genuinely excited” to see the 24 women whose hearts he broke, that feeling was hardly reciprocated. Little did he know, Sean had just stumbled into a girls-only soiree centered around disdain for his existence.
AshLee received her revenge when she and the Dallas bachelor shared long overdue words about her departure. That conversation did not go well after she told America that Sean vowed during their overnight date to have no feelings for the two women he chose over her. It was an awkward ending to two very awkward hours in primetime television.
The saga of Sean's reality love life comes to a close next Monday, and only one more woman has to endure this type of heartache. Finalists Lindsay and Catherine meet Sean’s family in the three-hour conclusion to The Bachelor.