Sean Lowe was surrounded by a bevy of women vying for his attention and love on the premiere of The Bachelor. He said in the premiere that he did not think that he could ever use any of the advice from former competitor Arie Luyendyk who was on Season 8 of The Bachelorette. The two were trying to win Emily Maynard's heart. Arie gave Sean advice on how to kiss, and Sean said that he didn't think that he could use any of Arie's advice. He really should have followed some of that advice. It sounded like Arie knew what he was talking about.
Tierra, 24, a leasing consultant from Denver, had one of the most memorable reactions when she learned that Sean is the Bachelor. She screamed, or maybe shrieked, and commented that she liked Sean, because he is family oriented. Among the beautiful flowers at the romantic setting for the show, Tierra ended up with the first rose of the night.
In the introductions, Robyn from Houston, Texas had the funniest introduction to Sean. She commented that she is a little quirky, but Sean must have really tried hard to keep from laughing when she tried to complete a back flip in an evening gown as her first impression. The first flip was okay, but the second back flip went horribly wrong. Then there was Ashley from Macomb, MI who said that she had no idea of why she was still single, and she could find it even tougher after men see her antics in the show. Some people should never have read Fifty Shades of Grey.
Next, the game changed when Kacie B. from Ben's season came on the show as the 26th woman trying to win Sean's heart. Fans did like Kacie. The home visit soured the relationship, because parents didn't want her to move to California. Fans will have to see if Emily finds love with Ben, and anyone who needs ideas on romantic places to go for Valentine's Day should continue to tune in to the show.