"The Bachelor" aired an all-new episode on Channel 15 in Tempe last night. On Monday, Feb. 18, both People Magazine and Reality TV World shared the latest comments made by AshLee Frazier about her relationship with Sean Lowe. If you missed any of the previously released photos or spoilers for this series, check out the related topics link for the current season on the left sidebar for more news.
AshLee Frazier is one of the final three women left on this current season on "The Bachelor" on ABC. On last night's episode, she was the first to have Sean Lowe visit her hometown, and he gave her a rose at the end of the night. Frazier spoke about her relationship with Sean Lowe and some of the recent gossip out about him in an interview shared by Reality TV World on Monday. She said the following when asked about their relationship and the 'virgin' rumors circulating in the media currently:
"Well I mean, I can't speak on the virgin part. I mean, that's more his business than mine. But I would say at the end of the day, I just felt we were compatible. It's not just one thing, but when you're around somebody, and you feel comfortable, I think that's the key. You just feel like you can be yourself and you can have fun, and I felt that I could be myself around him."
AshLee is ready to get married, and she is ready to start her own family as well. She had more to say about her relationship with Sean to People Magazine. She said the following:
"We come from the same background, have a very similar strong family upbringing and are compatible. He was classy, charismatic and a solid gentleman who made me laugh all the time. You have to balance each other out. I think it was a ying to a yang. He wants to adopt and [great for] my heart to hear. That's a solid foundation to build a perfect relationship."
AshLee is also adopted, and Sean met her adoptive parents when he traveled to her hometown. Desiree was the woman sent home on last night's episode, and ABC will air a special episode of the series tonight. Chris Harrison will sit down with Sean Lowe to talk about this season's drama, his decisions, and the media rumors about him.
Fans are buzzing about this series on social media. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
You know you have no life when the greatest excitement of the day will be watching sean tells all #TheBachelor
"The Bachelor" will continue to air on Channel 15 in Tempe.