Sean Lowe blogs on his overnights dates in his latest blog post via People on Feb. 26.
Last night, Sean and the final three bachelorettes Lindsay Yenter, AshLee Frazier, and Catherine Giudici, had their overnight dates in Thailand. After the fantasy suite dates, he had a tough decision. Who did Sean Lowe send home? Why did he dread the rose ceremony:
Sean's best date seemed to be with Catherine. After spending the day on a junk boat, they enjoyed a romantic dinner alone. He seemed to practically drool each time he looked at her. Is he making his final choice a little too obvious?
When the rose ceremony came around, he claimed "Bachelor" 2013 Sean Lowe still wasn't sure who he would send home. But when the video messages from the women hit the television screen in front of him, it was clear his emotional reaction to AshLee's video message was one of someone about to break another person's heart.
He comments in his blog:
“Watching AshLee's video blog was agonizing because I knew that she had given her whole heart to me and I was about to break it. I absolutely dreaded the rose ceremony. I did not want to blindside AshLee the way Emily blindsided me."
"After taking a deep breath and handing the last rose to Catherine, I was really upset to see AshLee's reaction.”
“Not because it made it more difficult for me, but because I knew she wouldn't have closure if she didn't allow me the chance to explain myself. All I wanted to do was console her and give her closure and talk it out."
"But I could tell that she wanted to leave my side as quickly as she could. Who was I to try and stop her? It was agonizing.”
Sources: ABC, People
There you have it. "Bachelor" Sean Lowe sent home AshLee Frazier after their romantic overnight date. He dreaded the rose ceremony but seems happy with his decisions. What do you think will happen when AshLee speaks at ABC's “The Bachelor – Women Tell All” episode set to air on Monday, March 5?