It’s just another meltdown Monday, or so Chris Harrison says. On Feb. 11, “The Bachelor” host tweeted: “It's meltdown Mon people! See you tonight in St Croix #Bachelor.”
Harrison is referring to what an ABC press release has described as “the biggest meltdown in ‘Bachelor’ history.” And that includes other meltdowns by this season’s terrible troublemaker, Tierra LiCausi!
According to a Feb. 11 article on Buddy TV, on tonight’s episode of “The Bachelor,” AshLee Frazier uses some of her solo date time to trash talk Tierra, making this the third time this season one the ladies has tried to warn “The Bachelor” star Sean Lowe about the troublemaker. This time Sean confronts Tierra, but she turns the tables on him and reveals a shocking reason behind her bad behavior.
Sean’s sister Shay—who’s already been very instrumental in his “Bachelor” journey—will also make a cameo on tonight’s episode.
So who goes home? Don’t read ahead if you don’t want tonight’s episode to be spoiled.
According to Wetpaint, Tierra’s terrible reign does finally end tonight. The 24-year old drama queen who caught Sean’s eye on the first night of the show has an “emotional meltdown” and goes home.
Last week Tierra revealed that her ex-boyfriend of five years died while they were still together, telling Sean that's the reason why she is so afraid of losing someone again. We can only imagine what goes down this week to cause her to get emotional enough to break down.
While Tierra’s demise isn’t a total shocker, tonight’s other casualty is: Lesley Murphy, the funny girl that Sean broke a Guinness kissing record with, is also sent packing.
That means the final four girls who take Sean on hometown dates will be Desiree Hartsock, Catherine Giudici, Ashlee Frazier, and Lindsay Yenter.
In the Philadelphia area, “The Bachelor” airs on Mondays at 8:00 pm. On WPVI Channel 6.