Fresh "The Bachelor" 2013 spoilers were spilled on Feb. 7 by Wetpaint. This reliable source talked about what will happen when Sean Lowe and his remaining six women hit St. Croix during next week's show.
The riveting news, stated in a report that partially came directly from ABC about what transpires in this hot Caribbean outpost, claims that episode 7 of the 17th season of the reality show will bring some bombshells that appear to be beyond belief.
That said, a lot of this drama can be expected to be revealed courtesy resident villian Tierra Li Causi. So what else is new? Actually, this particular, earth-shattering event caused by the woman who everyone loves to hate is so bad that Lowe allegedly looks to his sister for help. Shay is so concerned about her sibling that she flies all the way from Dallas to the Virgin Islands to take part in an up-close-and-personal intervention with Sean.
Also on tap for "The Bachelor"in terms of spoiling the show when it airs on ABC on Feb. 11 is that there will be a cat fight of "Dynasty" style proportions. A heated talk about sabotage will allegedly occur during a discussion that turns into what is being billed as "the biggest meltdown in 'Bachelor' history."
In addition, one-on-one dates in St Croix will be enjoyed by Sean Lowe and AshLee Frazier and Sean Lowe and Lesley Murphy if the most recent spoilers are to be believed. That said, the date with AshLee has this beauty who hails from Houston dropping a bombshell of her own in the form of a secret she has been hiding.
Not to be bested by AshLee, Tierra tells a huge secret of her own. This one, unlike all the others, is allegedly a doozy. So is another secret divulged by another one of the half dozen women left in the running to win "The Bachelor" 2013.
Yet another secret comes from yet another contender while she takes part in a group date. This date with Sean follows three of the remaining women and the man of the hour as the quartet travel to the far reaches of their island paradise to catch a mind boggling sunset.
And so, with so many secrets reportedly being divulged next week, and with so little time allocated to "The Bachelor" programming on Monday evening when this group of love-seeking individuals check out St. Croix as they check out each other, avid fans may want to keep notes.
After all, it sounds like things might be a bit confusing when it comes to who is claiming what when everyone watches this ABC TV love fest called "The Bachelor" that is centered around hunky Sean Lowe as a whole bunch of drama drops down on this Texan who will be stuck in the middle of chaos taking place in the Caribbean on Feb. 11.