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'The Bachelor: Sean and Catherine's Wedding': Early details have fans excited

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Just when you thought everything that could have been done has with "The Bachelor" franchise, Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici decide to get married during a live television event. Lowe and Giudici got engaged at the end of Season 17 of "The Bachelor" in 2012. They have lived separately since then and are ready to walk down the aisle with all of America watching. According to a Jan. 25 report from USA Today, Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici will spend their first night together after the wedding. Because Lowe is strong in his faith, the couple decided to wait to spend the night together until they were officially husband and wife.

"The Bachelor: Sean and Catherine's Wedding" will air on Jan. 26 live. There will be plenty of "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" alum attending the event so there is bound to be something crazy happening. Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici will be the fourth couple to marry because of the show, but the first to do it on live television. It is an exciting day for the couple and they have included several important people into the ceremony. Lowe's father will be performing the ceremony and Giudici's best friend will be her maid of honor. Coincidentally, she is the one who signed Catherine Giudici up for "The Bachelor."

Fans of "The Bachelor" are excited to watch the nuptials on live television. Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici are one of the most popular couples to come out of the show and the ratings should reflect that. Hopefully this couple will get their happily ever after!

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