"The Bachelor" is currently airing on Channel 15 in Tempe. On Thursday, Feb. 7, Digital Spy shared new comments made by Sean Lowe about the season. Buddy TV also shared the photos released for week seven of this season. Check out the photos by visiting the slide show. 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 will finally get her one-on-one date with Sean Lowe on the next episode. The two will spend the day walking around St. Croix. Their night will end with a romantic walk on the beach. Their date is shown in the photos for the episode. Tierra has been center of the action and drama on this season of "The Bachelor" on ABC. On the last episode, she suffered from hypothermia. Sean Lowe spoke about that, and he said the following, according to Digital Spy:
"We all took the plunge and almost everyone was glad they did. Except Tierra, of course. She was whisked away by medics, and I honestly thought she was experiencing hypothermia. In hindsight, I'm not so sure... but she played the part well."
Lowe also spoke about why he sent Selma home on the last episode. She opted out of the Polar Bear Plunge, and this did have an impact on his decision to send her home. Lowe revealed the following:
"It didn't bother me that she didn't want to participate," he said. "It bothered me that she didn't even consider it. Later she told me that when she says no, nothing can change her mind. As if that's a good thing! I thought you were supposed to compromise and talk things through in a marriage. That reasoning was a large part of why I didn't give Selma a rose that week."
Tierra will survive her one-on-one date, but she might still go home on the next episode. Fans will have to tune in to find out what happens next. This series has fans buzzing on social media. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
So I have to admit I didn't finish watching the last episode of #TheBachelor until yesterday & WOW Tierra is so crazy-dramatic!!
"The Bachelor" will continue to air on Channel 15 in Tempe on Monday nights.