Probably the most shocking thing about The Bachelor: “Sean Tells All” special was that Sean Lowe never once took off his shirt (the credits were a whole ‘nother story). The one-hour special showed viewers a smattering of deleted scenes (Tierra flirting with a guy at the airport, Catherine rightly saying Tierra “ makes everyone f*cking crazy”) and touched on dearly-departed fan favorites like Sarah Herron and Lesley Murphy. One thing we did learn? While Sean doesn’t regret dismissing Desiree Hartsock after that heated confrontation with her “jackass” brother, he does regret sending two other ladies home.
Jackie Parr was eliminated after our nightmare her 2-on-1 date with Sean and Tierra, after which Jackie gracefully warned Sean to “be careful.” Now that he’s seen Tierra’s behavior with the girls, Sean admitted he made the wrong choice. “Had I caught wind of everything the girls did earlier, you know, in hindsight, I wish I had kept Jackie.” Jackie, for her part, has moved on with her life, working as a MAC makeup artist in Boynton Beach, Florida — but eyeing a possible move to Texas, Sean’s home state. Maybe then he can apologize for taking Tierra to St. Croix.
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Sean’s final confession to Chris Harrison was one that pulled at our heartstrings. Sean eliminated Lesley in St. Croix because she wouldn’t say “I love you,” but what he didn’t see was that she was very much falling for him — and was waiting until hometown dates to tell him. Asked if he would have kept her if he knew that, Sean sighed heavily and said, “Yes, I think I might have.”
The good news? While Lesley didn’t find love with Sean on The Bachelor, she and Catherine Giudici began their own friendship love journey — and are currently Bachelor BFFs, a la Ashley Spivey and Ashley Hebert.