Sean Lowe

Dancing With The Stars Elimination Results: Bachelor Sean Lowe Sent Packing

Dancing with the Stars lost its Bachelor – Sean Lowe was sent packing in Tuesday night’s elimination. The former Bachelor star’s performances on Monday failed to earn praise from the judges and ended up putting him at the bottom of the scoreboard with just 42 out of a possible 60 points.

After his elimination, Lowe said he felt “blessed” to have been on the show. “I’ve enjoyed every second of [this experience],” he said. “I truly am blessed to have to have taken part in this with all these stars. I’m still just a normal guy from Dallas. What an incredible opportunity.”

His pro partner Peta Murgatroyd said she had “so much fun.” “He is just the most humble, most wonderful guy that I could have asked for … He’s just made it so much fun for me,” she added.

Now that he no longer has Dancing commitments, Lowe says he plans to focus on spending time with fiancé Catherine Giudici. “This whole thing is a lot to handle,” he told Us Weekly magazine. “I’ve gone from one show to the next the dast 12 to 14 months, something like that. It’s nice now I’ll have a little bit of a break, I can take a deep breath.”

“We’ll definitely take a vacation, relax, spend a lot of good quality time with her because Dancing has consumed my life these past few months,” he added. “We’re going to do a couple of weekend getaways and then we talked about doing one big vacation. We’re definitely going to take advantage of the summer!”

The stars still in the running for the DWTS mirror ball trophy include Jacoby Jones, Kellie Pickler, Ingo Rademacher, Zendaya and Aly Raisman.

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Insider: Bachelor Couple Sean Lowe And Catherine Giudici Broke Celibacy Vow


Bachelor Sean Lowe’s vow of celibacy was made up for the sake of the show and his parents, according

to an insider. In the new issue of Life and Style magazine, the source claims Lowe and fiancé Catherine Giudici “definitely had sex” before getting engaged.

“Yes, they definitely had sex,” says the source. “The first time was the night he proposed in Thailand.”
It seems getting intimate before marriage is a requirement for Giudici. “Catherine has always respected Sean wanting to show his Christian side, but she honestly would never marry him without making sure they had sexual chemistry,” the insider tells Life and Style. “It’s all for the show and his parents.”
After the season finale of The Bachelor last month, the couple told People magazine they would wait until after their wedding to get intimate. “From my perspective, I’ve lived life kind of selfishly for a long time. Now, I’m going to try to live it the way I know to be right,” explained Lowe, who is a Christian.
“I honor him,” Giudici added.

Sean Lowe Acting Like A “Diva” On Dancing With The Stars

Sean Lowe managed to stay grounded while starring on The Bachelorette and The Bachelor, but it looks like he is letting his stint on Dancing with the Stars go to his head. A show insider says Lowe has been displaying some “diva” behavior since beginning the dance competition.

“When he goes to the [Dancing with the Stars] after-parties, he’s always an hour late and brings the biggest entourage with him– like eight people. No one else does that,” says the source.

Lowe’s alleged attitude is beginning to take a toll on his relationship with fiancé Catherine Giudici. “Sean’s putting his work first now, which means his relationship has to take a backseat,” an insider explains. “But no woman wants to come in a distant second in her fiance’s life. Unless Sean is willing to put out his ambition and lust for fame and fortune, he’s going to lose his chance with Catherine.”

Despite rumors of trouble in their relationship, the couple put on a united front Monday on Dancing with the Stars’ live show. Lowe, 29, dedicated his Viennese Waltz to Giudici and even incorporated her into the performance. Lowe wrapped up the routine by waltzing solo to where Giudici sat in the audience and kissing her.

“Without question, the best year of my life was 2012,” he explained. “The experience of being the Bachelor is one thing, but that pales in comparison to finding Catherine. And that’s what it’s all about.”

“This dance definitely holds extra meaning for me,” added Lowe. “Because I owe everything to Catherine for putting her life on hold to come down to L.A. to support me.”

Sean Lowe Acting Like A “Diva” On Dancing With The Stars

Sean Lowe managed to stay grounded while starring on The Bachelorette and The Bachelor, but it looks like he is letting his stint on Dancing with the Stars go to his head. A show insider says Lowe has been displaying some “diva” behavior since beginning the dance competition.

“When he goes to the [Dancing with the Stars] after-parties, he’s always an hour late and brings the biggest entourage with him– like eight people. No one else does that,” says the source.

Lowe’s alleged attitude is beginning to take a toll on his relationship with fiancé Catherine Giudici. “Sean’s putting his work first now, which means his relationship has to take a backseat,” an insider explains. “But no woman wants to come in a distant second in her fiance’s life. Unless Sean is willing to put out his ambition and lust for fame and fortune, he’s going to lose his chance with Catherine.”

Despite rumors of trouble in their relationship, the couple put on a united front Monday on Dancing with the Stars’ live show. Lowe, 29, dedicated his Viennese Waltz to Giudici and even incorporated her into the performance. Lowe wrapped up the routine by waltzing solo to where Giudici sat in the audience and kissing her.

“Without question, the best year of my life was 2012,” he explained. “The experience of being the Bachelor is one thing, but that pales in comparison to finding Catherine. And that’s what it’s all about.”

“This dance definitely holds extra meaning for me,” added Lowe. “Because I owe everything to Catherine for putting her life on hold to come down to L.A. to support me.”

Dancing with the Stars Week 4 Results: Lisa Vanderpump “Relieved” By Elimination

Lisa Vanderpump sees her elimination in week 4 of Dancing with the Stars as a relief, not a disappointment. In fact, Vanderpump says she never expected to win the competition.

“It’s been six long weeks! I’ve got two shows, I’ve got two businesses and a business under construction. I have a lot going on!” the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and restaurant owner said after the results show.”We knew we weren’t going to win . . . I’m a 52-year-old restauranteur, give me a break!”

The elimination came after a rough week for Vanderpump. She was sick with a cold and fainted during rehearsals. Vanderpump says she didn’t want her illness to stop her from performing her cha cha with partner Gleb Savchenko. “I knew I’d regret it if I didn’t do it,” she said. “I knew I wasn’t well rehearsed, but I wanted to give it my best try.”

“I have an element of relief, to be honest, because I have been feeling so crappy,” she added. “I feel better today. It’s been an incredible experience, and you can’t minimize it, but wow, it’s been tough, absolutely.”

Savchenko said he has found a lifelong friend in Vanderpump. . “The whole experience was amazing,” he said. “I’m going to miss the laughs – the jokes she makes. She’s got a great sense of humor. I think we’re friends for life. Seven weeks together, every single day. I’ve spent a lot more time with her [lately] than with my wife.”

The remaining competitors are: Sean Lowe, Kellie Pickler, Jacoby Jones, Victor Ortiz, Aly Raisman, Andy Dick, D.L. Hughley, Zendaya and Ingo Rademacher.

Bachelor Blog: Sean Lowe Opens Up About “Difficult Decision” On Finale

Sean Lowe’s Bachelor journey ended Monday night with the Dallas native saying goodbye to Lindsay and proposing to Catherine. In his final blog for People.com, Sean opens up about the difficult decision he faced on the finale. He writes:

“I can’t believe I’m finally sharing my final week in Thailand with all of you. It’s been such an incredible – and as you saw in the last episode, emotional – journey as the star of The Bachelor.

Entering this last week with Lindsay and Catherine, I knew I would soon be faced with one of the most difficult decisions of my life. I was falling in love with two women and I truly didn’t know what I was going to do. I was so happy to know that both Lindsay and Catherine would soon be meeting my family – and I was really hopeful that my family would provide me the clarity I desperately needed.

Bachelor Blog: Sean Lowe Talks AshLee’s Shocking Claim

Sean Lowe faced his jilted bachelorettes last night on the Bachelor Women Tell All special, and surprisingly it was AshLee who was his toughest critic. The 32-year-old personal organizer accused Sean of telling her that he had no feelings for Catherine or Lindsay on their overnight date. In his Bachelor blog for People.com, Sean opens up about AshLee’s accusation. He writes:

“I may be the only man in the history of The Bachelor who has been excited for the Women Tell All special. I had nothing but great memories of all the women, and I was genuinely happy to see them. I felt like I was always direct and honest when I sent them home, so I really had nothing to fear.

Walking out and taking a seat in front of the women was such a surreal experience. Having 20-plus “exes” in the same room is a bit daunting, but I was happy to see them nonetheless.

One thing you didn’t get to see was my discussion with Chris Harrison about Sarah. I addressed Sarah first because I wanted to reassure her that she will find the right man when the time is right. It really made me sad watching the show and hearing her say that every guy says she’s wonderful and pretty but then breaks her heart. I hate being added to that list. I was happy and relieved to see that Sarah was very positive, and it seemed as if she grew as a person through her experience on The Bachelor.

Desiree

I wasn’t sure how my heart would react seeing Des for the first time since our tearful goodbye in Los Angeles. I doubted my decision the night I sent her home, and a part of me still thinks I should have taken her to Thailand. I was so happy she greeted me with a warm smile and told me it was good to see me. Although it didn’t work out with us, she’ll always have a place in my heart because she is such a lovable person. I know Des has moved on, and I’m hoping she gets a second chance at love – maybe on the next season of The Bachelorette? She would definitely get my vote.

AshLee

Now comes the part I didn’t expect. I knew AshLee was an emotional person, so I didn’t really expect her to be all smiles like Des was, but I definitely didn’t expect what I got. After Chris invited AshLee to the couch, she began to tell me that she always viewed me as a southern gentleman and how she was very disappointed that I didn’t come check on her after sending her home.

This totally caught me off guard. I wanted to be as nice as possible, but I also wanted to tell her that once you don’t receive a rose, you know you only get a brief moment to talk it over before going home. She wasted that moment by not saying a word. That’s why Chris Harrison says, “Take a moment and say your goodbyes.” I don’t want to sound unsympathetic, but that’s how the show works.

I’ve been there too. And I sat on the bench with Emily Maynard looking for answers before I drove off. The decision to send AshLee home was a difficult one, but I knew the other two women were better suited for me and that’s where my focus needed to be. Also, had I checked on AshLee, I feel that would have only delayed her healing process by sending her mixed signals.

Next comes the accusation that I did not see coming. AshLee proceeded to tell me that during the course of our overnight date, I told her that I didn’t have feelings for the other two women.

Let me set the record straight – I never said that. I would never say that. It just doesn’t make sense. Of course I had feelings for the other two women. That’s been apparent for weeks! And not only did I have feelings for them, I was falling in love with them. I even had feelings for women like Des and Leslie, who weren’t even there anymore. In that moment on WTA, I felt like it was an attack on my character, so I began to get defensive. I was so stunned by the accusation that I was speechless.

‘I Am Sorry If …’

To this day, I don’t know what I may have said that would have given AshLee the impression she got, but I am sorry if I said anything at all that misled her because that was truly not my intention. I am also sorry that she’s still harboring these feelings of resentment. I wish nothing but the best for AshLee, and I hope she finds a great love one day.

So Women Tell All ended up not being as great of a reunion as I was hoping it would be, but I was still glad I had the chance to see all those exceptional women one more time. My only regret was not having the chance to address Leslie during the show. I felt like our relationship was so great for so many reasons, and I wanted her to know how wonderful I think she is.

Wow. I can’t believe it’s almost over. The finale is just one week away!

As always, thanks for watching!

Sean”

Bachelor Blog: Sean Lowe Dishes On “Tough Goodbyes”

Continuing their journey around the world, Sean Lowe and his remaining ladies traveled to Canada for another set of outdoorsy dates. In perhaps the most shocking elimination of the season, Sean sent two early favorites – Sarah and Selma – packing along with late bloomer Daniella. He opens up about the “tough” goodbyes in his latest Bachelor blog for People.com. He writes:

“I was anxious to get to Canada and forget all about my discouraging week filming The Bachelor in Montana. It started off so promising with Lindsay and then quickly unraveled with the drama surrounding Tierra. Canada was my chance for a clean slate, and I was eager to start the week off on a great first date with Catherine.

I had just recently started to develop real feelings for Catherine. Our relationship was slower to develop than some of the others, but being with her felt natural. There was never a shortage of laughs, and she seemed like someone who truly fit the “best friend” description I had been searching for.

Between driving the ice bus, sledding down hills and drinking hot cocoa, our glacier date was perfect and so much fun. We turned up the romance that evening in our ice castle. We were able to bounce between serious moments and goofy moments so well. The night ended with kisses in the falling snow and I didn’t want to say goodnight. The date helped put me back in a positive mental state. I felt hopeful again.

Icy Group Date

I want a girl who isn’t afraid to step outside of her comfort zone and will seize the moment. That’s why the “polar bear plunge” was the perfect group date. Nobody wants to jump in freezing cold water – I know I didn’t! – but I was looking to see who would step up and make a memory that will last forever. It was absolutely freezing that day. The air temperature was right at 32 degrees and the wind was blowing. The canoe ride alone made me want to head back to the hotel where it was warm.

Some of the women were willing to jump in the water, others were more reluctant – and then there was Selma. It didn’t bother me that she didn’t want to participate. 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.

Anyway, 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.

Later that evening I was convinced of something: I knew Sarah was not the one for me and I needed to send her home. I could have waited for the rose ceremony, but I wanted to explain myself. I didn’t think it was fair to make her wait two more days when I’d already made up my mind. Sending Sarah home was one of the hardest things I did during the season. It hurts me that she left feeling the way she did. She’s such a beautiful, bright woman, and some man is going to love her forever. I just knew that man wasn’t me.

Date with Des

My final date of the week was with Des. She and I had chemistry from the beginning. I was anxious to spend the day with her because she started to lose confidence in our relationship in Montana. She’s another woman I always have fun with. Between repelling down a mountainside, having a picnic in a meadow and climbing a tree, I couldn’t have imagined a better date.

That evening we had dinner in the coolest teepee, tucked away in a forest of the Canadian Rockies. She opened up to me about her childhood and how growing up with very little money has made her who she is today. It made perfect sense to me after hearing her story why Des sometimes hides her true feelings behind a smile. She probably had to put on a brave face during tough times as a kid. I found myself wanting to be the man that supports her and makes her feel safe. Des and I finished the evening kissing and making finger puppets on the walls of our teepee. Once again, she was at the top of my list.

Tough Goodbyes

The rose ceremony was tough because I had to say goodbye to two great girls. I never imagined sending Selma home. After our one-on-one date in Joshua Tree, I thought she might be the one. But in the end, her unwillingness to compromise told me that she probably wasn’t the girl for me.

And Daniella was equally as hard to say goodbye to, because she was so much fun to be with. We just ran out of time. Our relationship started too late and my feelings for the remaining women were a little bit stronger.

I can tell you, though, I felt so much better about the future after leaving Canada than I did leaving Montana. I felt rejuvenated and hopeful, and the women seemed to have their focus back on love.

Thanks for watching!

Sean.”