Like most undiscovered poetic geniuses, Bachelor Sean Lowe ponders his emotions by writing in an online diary. But dude is a reality TV star, so naturally his version of Live Journal is a blog on People.
This week, Sean took it to the interwebs to dish on his sexcation in The Bachelor Season 17, Episode 5 in Montana, where he tongued his way through 11 ladies and dealt with more than his fair share of drama. Check out what Sean had to say!
On wrestling with Lindsay Yenter: "What you didn't get to see on TV was Lindsay and I wrestling! This tiny girl told me that she wrestled in high school, so of course I had to challenge her to a match. I've got about 100 lbs. on her, but she still took me down. I love Lindsay's playful and fun spirit, and it's what really separated her from everyone else."
On Tierra LiCausi's big surprise: "I had no idea she was going to surprise me and I certainly wasn't ready for it. I didn't know what to think about her visit, mostly because I was in shock seeing her there and knew the other women would be upset if they found out. But I was also flattered that she made the effort. I definitely was not seeing the same person the other women saw."
On ditching Jackie Parr: "Jackie is a quiet person who had a hard time standing out. I knew she was sweet and good-looking, but I didn't know much else. I was really hoping that she would break out of her shell on that date and show me something I'd yet to see, but that never came."
On sending Robyn Howard home thanks to dramarama: "The decision to send Robyn home wasn't easy because I truly enjoyed our time together, but I also knew that we didn't share the same chemistry that I had in my other relationships. I had no idea that she had gotten into a fight with Tierra and I definitely didn't send her home because I thought she created drama. It simply came down to chemistry."
Is it just us, or does Sean sound sad? Sometimes we wonder if he'll ever find his wife, sigh. And then we look at our reflection in the mirror and remember that he's already married to us.