If you watched “The Bachelor” last night, you know the episode five rose ceremony did not go well for Sean Lowe and his bachelorettes.
In episode five of season 17 which aired Feb. 4, Sean came pretty close to calling the whole thing off, as per reports from “Bachelor” franchise host Chris Harrison via his Entertainment Weekly Blog on Feb. 5.
Sean got pretty frustrated when a few bachelorettes kept talking to him about Tierra, warning him about her manipulative behaviors and two-faced personality. The thing is that none of the women would offer him specifics. Montana dates were meant to be fun for Sean. Instead, they seemed to be a disaster.
Chris Harrison explains in his blog post:
“The cocktail party was a complete disaster this week. It was really the boiling point for all involved. The ladies finally had enough of Tierra’s antics and Sean finally had enough of all of it. You saw a brief bit of the ladies having it out with Tierra, but there was much of it you didn’t see."
"The battle got extremely intense and lasted for hours and spilled from room to room. Sean was beginning to get really aggravated by all the drama and he also caught a firsthand glimpse at Tierra in full beat-down mode.”
“The night, and really the week in general, was not a good one for Sean. When I sat down with him he was not in a good place and was questioning his entire journey. This is one of those times where my experience really pays off."
"Sean didn’t need a confrontational deliberation this night. He needed to be questioned, but also just reassured that this too would pass. Sean said goodbye to Robyn at the rose ceremony but he honestly considered saying goodbye to the whole thing.”
If you follow Sean’s blog, he really tries to stay positive about things but is realistic at the same time. He ends his blog for week five with the following thoughts:
“I left Montana really down on this whole experience. It was the first time I really grew concerned that my potential wife was not amongst this group of women and that I had wasted everyone's time, including my own."
"I was over the drama, over the women talking about the drama, and just wanted to refocus my energy on what mattered – finding a partner that I could see myself with for a lifetime.”
Sources: ABC, Entertainment Weekly, People
At the end of the night, Sean sent him Robyn during the rose ceremony and Jackie during their two-on-one date with Tierra.
Next week, “Bachelor” Sean Lowe and his remaining bachelorettes head to Canada. Tune in to ABC on Monday night for more dating drama.