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Real talk: We have no idea what Chris Harrison was up to while Sean Lowe and his tribe of hungry hotties trolled around the beaches in St. Croix. We can only assume he spent his waking hours tanning, crying, and wandering around the forest in search of roses, but apparently he also had time to check in on Sean and his gal pals. As you might expect, Chris has a few opinions about The Bachelor Season 17, Episode 7, especially when it comes to Tierra LiCausi and her dramatic exit.

"She just lost control of her own game," Chris tells TV Guide. "This wasn't a big elaborate acting scheme. Her real emotion was in it, but it just got to be too much for her, and it all came to a head."

Tierra was booted off partially thanks to AshLee Frazier, who finally told him the truth about her rival's personality. "Everyone really respects AshLee –– she's older and wiser and like the Mother Hen of the house so when she starts speaking up and saying stuff about Tierra, Sean was like, 'OK, something has got to be going on here,'" Chris says while simultaneously calling AshLee old. "At this point he was pretty aware and a little worn thin by it all, so when he walked in on the meltdown he was like, 'I'm done.'"

And things only got worse from there. Sean's date with Lesley Murphy was a total disaster, and left her broken hearted. "All she wanted to do was say, ‘I love you,’ that she [became] so nervous and it ruined their date," Chris explains. "At this point Sean is splitting hairs and it's a very minute thing separating these girls, other than Tierra, so it was really regretful. I think when I talk to Lesley at Women Tell All I won't be surprised if she starts crying. Talk about missed love."

Is it just us, or is Chris way too excited about the fact that he plans on making Lesley cry? Just saying.

Source: TV Guide