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The Bachelorette

Ali Fedotowsky on Sean Lowe and Sarah Herron: “I Just Didn’t See Any Sparks”

Sean Lowe and Sarah Herron have plenty of things going for them. Not only are they both blond, physically fit, and beautiful — but during Monday night’s Season 17, Episode 2 of The Bachelor, Sean and Sarah shared one of the most romantic and heart-racing dates we’ve seen in awhile.

Yet even though S&S defied gravity with their adrenaline-pumping date, former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky isn’t convinced that their relationship will go far.

Free falling off the side of a building for champagne is quite a date. I hope it was some seriously good champagne waiting for them down there!” Ali writes in her weekly E! Online blog.

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“In past seasons, the person who gets the ‘scary’ date usually goes far in the season. Science even says that going through a scary situation with a person can make you feel closer to them.”

We have no doubt that emotions were running high after that date. Sean even gave Sarah his very first kiss of the season! Yet even with all that Sean and Sarah have going for them, Ali still has her doubts. “I just didn't see any sparks between them,” she writes, “I'm not so sure that she will be the one for Sean in the end.”

Instead, Ali seems to be on Team Des for the time being. “The date with Desiree was my favorite. I just adore her!” she writes. “I have to say that the joke Sean played on her kind of seemed mean to me at first, but when I sit and think about it, I think it was a good idea. It was a harmless prank and Sean ended it quickly (what a good guy).”

Yes, she did say that it was a good idea. Allow her to explain. “You have to understand that on this show, you only have a little over two months to find someone you think you could spend the rest of your life with,” Ali says.

“Sometimes it's necessary to do things that you might not do (especially on a first date) to make sure you are keeping the right people around. However, I did feel bad for her. I probably would have started crying. I think she was laughing out of nervousness and handled it very well.”

Do you agree with Ali that Sean and Des just might be able to go the distance, or are you hoping that Sean and Sarah will still have a chance? Head below and let us know your thoughts.

Source: E! Online

01.16.2013 / 05:05 AM EDT by Beth Douglass
Related: The Bachelorette, Sean Lowe, The Bachelor, Ali Fedotowsky

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