"The Bachelor" is currently airing on Channel 15 in Tempe. On Tuesday, Feb. 12, Entertainment Weekly shared the latest comments made by host Chris Harrison about this week's episode, and People Magazine shared the latest comments made by Sean Lowe about the episode. 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.
Tierra was sent home on this week's episode. She had been the center of most of the drama on this season of "The Bachelor" on ABC. She survived the one-on-one date with Sean Lowe in St. Croix, but when he came looking for her for an impromptu meeting with his sister on the island, he found her upset. Chris Harrison, the host of the series, said the following about the incident, according to EW:
"The funny thing is when Sean walked into the mess that was Tierra at this point, all he really wanted to do was introduce her to his sister, Shay. Yes, he was skeptical, but at this point he was still looking for a reason to keep Tierra — and my guess is if she hadn’t been a mess after her fight with AshLee, Tierra could have pulled off the meeting with Sean’s sister and maybe even gotten a hometown date. But Tierra was a mess when Sean walked in and he had just had enough."
Sean Lowe revealed in his comments that he had invited his sister down to the island for her birthday. Lowe shared his own thoughts about the scene he walked in on and sending Tierra home. He said the following, according to People Magazine:
"I had no idea what I was walking into upon entering the women's suite. I was not aware of the big blowout AshLee and Tierra just had. I found Tierra crying on her bed with her head in her hands. I had already figured by this point that Tierra was not the woman I was going to marry, so when I saw how distraught she was, I knew I had to end it right then and there."
Sean went on to say that he didn't feel Tierra had the maturity to handle the series. As for the series, TV By The Numbers reported on Tuesday that the series saw a jump in the ratings for this week's episode. The series saw a season high, and it was up 14% from last week's episode, according to the site.
Fans are buzzing about this series on social media. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
Conversation about the Bachelor at my work...and I am the only woman present. #TheBachelor #menreallyloveit
"The Bachelor" will continue to air on Channel 15 in Tempe on Monday nights.