"The Bachelor" is currently airing on Channel 15 in Tempe. On Thursday, Feb. 21, E! Online shared new spoilers for 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 sidebar for more news.
Sean Lowe only has three woman left on this season of "The Bachelor" on ABC. On the next episode, he will take each of the ladies out for their own date. Previously released sneak peeks have already teased the events of those dates in Thailand. E! Online shared more details about the episode, and one woman is set to exit with a big emotional moment. E! Online revealed that the woman that leaves next on the series will leave in tears, and she won't even speak to Sean on her way out. A source said the following, according to the site:
"It's one of the most heart-wrenching goodbyes ever on the show. She is downright devastated and it's impossible not to feel for her."
E! Online also revealed that AshLee is the woman that turns down Sean's invite to the fantasy suite based on moral grounds. AshLee does have a pastor for a father. As for Sean and his fiancee, new sources are speaking out about the pair now. This season was filmed back in November, and a source revealed to Hollywood Life that the couple is still together. The site shared the following comments:
"They’re 100 percent engaged and committed. Sean is really happy with how it turned out."
A relative of the woman he is set to marry also had some comments to make. The relative revealed the following:
"Sean fits perfectly into our family. Her mom gave the seal of approval, and even her grandma liked Sean. Sean is exactly what she’s looking for."
Sean only met one grandmother during the hometown dates, and that was when he visted Catherine in Seattle. Fans are buzzing about this series on social media. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
Why are all Dad's so sweet and protective of their daughter on #TheBachelor? They remind me so much of my Dad.
"The Bachelor" will continue to air on Channel 15 in Tempe on Monday nights.