"The Bachelor" aired an all-new episode on Channel 15 in Tempe last night. On Monday, Feb. 11, TV Guide shared a new interview with Chris Harrison about the season and what is coming up on the next 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.
Sean Lowe is down to his four final women on this season of "The Bachelor" on ABC. On last night's episode, he sent home Tierra and Lesley M. from St. Croix. This leaves Desiree, Catherine, AshLee, and Lindsay. Next episode, fans will see Sean go to each of their hometowns to meet their families. Chris Harrison teased the following about the next episode, according to TV Guide:
"I'd say right now we have a four-way tie. We have four awesome girls, which is really scary. So now it's really a lifestyle choice and who he fits best with. Catherine has all women in her family, Lindsay's dad is a General who commands thousands of troops, AshLee obviously has an emotional backstory and even Desiree has talked about the problems with her family and her brother, so there's really no safe harbor for any of these hometowns. It's a make-or-break time for all the women."
A preview for next week's episode does reveal that Sean will get into a fight with Desiree's brother during the visit. He doesn't trust Sean's intentions with his sister.
Tierra was seen exiting the series on last night's episode. Sean had planned to introduce her to his sister for her take on things, but that never happened. Ali Fedotowsky, a former contestant on "The Bachelorette" on ABC, said the following about Sean's sister popping up on the series this week on her Twitter account:
"I really like @SeanLowe09's sister's perspective and how straight forward she is. #thebachelor."
Emily Maynard also shared her thoughts about Tierra. According to The Stir on Monday, the former "Bachelorette" said the following:
"I get that she's like kinda not that warm and fuzzy, and not really the nicest girl ever. I get all of that, but I haven't seen anything outwardly mean that she's done. I get that she wants to hang out with Sean a lot and she's super aggressive, but there's that girl every season. And we know those girls in our everyday life, but do we really have to hate them?"
The main complaint the women had about Tierra was her rude behavior. She kept to herself the whole season. Fans are buzzing about this series on social media. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
I would be more surprised if I turned on the Bachelor and the girls weren't crying. #TheBachelor
"The Bachelor" will continue to air on Channel 15 in Tempe on Monday nights.