A special episode of "The Bachelor" airs on Feb. 19 and Sean Lowe is expected to "tell all" in what's pegged to be a controversial episode about his journey to find love and how it will end.
Of course, there will be a preview of the final episodes of "The Bachelor," and Sean will supposedly share some details about the overnight dates.
However, don't expect him to leak all of the dirty details because he's apparently a born-again virgin. Rumors indicate that he doesn't get his horizontal mambo on in the fantasy suite with any of his final three girls - AshLee, Catherine and Linsday.
Bascially, tonight's show is just a filler to drag this lackluster season out a little more. Perhaps ABC thinks by mentioning "Tierra" in the previews, the ratings will increase a bit.
To get even more interest in the show, host Chris Harrison tweeted on Tuesday that fan tweets will be shown during the "Sean Tells All" special.
To get your tweets shown live on the show tonight must use #TheBachelor in your tweet! @chrisbharrison
Who will get the gigantic Neil Lane ring and the final rose? If you haven't heard and want to know, here's the spoiler for Sean Lowe's final pick.
After the hometown dates episode on Monday night, it's clear that there is no front runner. But in true reality TV style, Sean will fall deeply in love on the next episode and will propose to one of the three women at the final rose ceremony.
"The Bachelor" wraps up on March 11, with Chris Harrison tweeting out this weekend that the "After the Final Rose" show will air "live."
Photos: 'Bachelor' Sean Lowe
This is the same format used for Emily Maynard's final episode, so don't expect anything dramatic or an on-stage wedding.
Are you ready for this season of "The Bachelor" to end or do you think it's the best season ever?