Although bad girl Tierra LiCausi brought an expected measure of drama to the March 4 "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All" special, it was a stunning allegation by AshLee Frazier that elicited gasps from the live audience. But Lowe didn't take the comments lightly, and responded to them in a March 5 blog post.
Close to the two-hour episode's conclusion, host Chris Harrison brought Frazier forward to sit beside Sean Lowe on the hot seat so Lowe could explain why he'd sent her packing following an emotional overnight date in Thailand. After Lowe mused over how only "The Bachelor" sets the scene for guys to fall in love with "three separate women," Frazier dropped the bombshell claim that he'd told her that he had "absolutely no feelings" for the other two women, Catherine Giudici or Lindsay Yenter, not just once, but twice.
Lowe looked stunned, and repeatedly insisted that he "didn't and wouldn't say that," but Frazier was equally insistent that he had. The segment ended with the two still locked in an uncomfortable state of disagreement.
Lowe defended himself against the allegations, which were likely unsettling to his as yet formally named fiancee, in a post-show People blog post. He again insisted that he not only had feelings for Giudici and Yenter, but he "was falling in love with them," too. He was shocked by Frazier's claims, and called them "an attack on my character."
Based on Frazier's comments, at least one celebrity thinks Lowe is lucky he dismissed her when he did. Post-show, Billy Bush tweeted "Wow crazy #ashlee heard what she wanted. Wow this is nutty and awkward and frankly fantastic. Wow!! Dodged one buddy."
"The Bachelor" 2013 concludes March 11 with Sean Lowe's much-anticipated final rose ceremony.