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'The Bachelor: Sean Tells All' special with Sean Lowe to air on ABC


By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 02/07/2013 

The Bachelor star Sean Lowe will be talking about his televised search for love prior to his The Women Tell All appearance later this season.

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ABC has announced it will air a one-hour The Bachelor: Sean Tells All special on Tuesday, February 19 at 9PM ET.

The Bachelor: Sean Tells All will feature Lowe joining host Chris Harrison to discuss the brokenhearted woman who gets eliminated after the round of hometown dates. Lowe will also talk about some of his most memorable bachelorettes throughout the season thus far, including the controversial Tierra LiCausi.

In addition to some never-before-seen footage, the special will share a sneak peek with viewers of the rest of Lowe's journey in which only three women will remain. The Bachelor star will also elaborate on his feelings for those ladies, setting up the season's final episodes.

While it won't be the first time ABC ever aired a special of this type, it will be the first since DeAnna Pappas appeared on a similar special during The Bachelorette's fourth season in 2008.

The Bachelor's seventeenth-season finale is scheduled to air on Monday, March 11 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.



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