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Sean Lowe calls 'Bachelor' cheesy, says dating multiple women 'felt wrong'

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Sean Lowe calls "The Bachelor" cheesy -- uhm what?! The guy that cried his eyes out when he got dumped by Emily Maynard -- the guy that agreed to date a bunch of eligible (well that's debatable) women for cash money -- the guy who met the (supposed) love of his life on reality television... has dissed the show that changed him... sort of. On Feb. 12, Us Weekly reported that Lowe finds the show "cheesy" -- but he admitted that it worked for him.

"Never in a million years did I think I would do a cheesy reality TV show about love," said Sean Lowe.

While Sean Lowe calls "The Bachelor" cheesy, he still realizes that he was meant to participate on the show. He knows that if he didn't go on "The Bachelorette" and if he didn't get sent home by Emily Maynard, he would have never gotten the opportunity to take the helm and find his wife -- Catherine Giudice (now Mrs. Lowe). And so the struggle was totally worth it, right?

"It's unnatural to date 25 women at one time, and it felt wrong. A lot of the time, it felt wrong. I wrestled with it quite a bit, thinking, 'I'm pretty sure God opened this door, but what if he didn't? What if it's just an opportunity that came about, and what if I'm actually harming my testimony by going on a show and dating multiple people at one time, and kissing multiple people," Lowe explained.

When Sean Lowe calls "The Bachelor" cheesy but admits that it worked for him, there is something to say about that, right? Well, not really. He's right. It is unnatural to date multiple women (or men) and have it taped for television... but then you meet people that you really click with and ABC foots the bill for your enormous wedding and you begin to think... "hey that wasn't so bad, was it?"

© Effie Orfanides 2014


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