The Bachelor star Sean Lowe says Tierra LiCausi just didn't have what it takes to come out ahead on the reality dating show.

"I still believe Tierra has more good in her than people see, but I also recognize that she doesn't have the maturity or social skills necessary to make it on The Bachelor," Lowe wrote in his People blog of the bachelorette whom he eliminated on Monday night's episode.

"I was nervous that if I ended up with Tierra, drama would follow her into our everyday lives."

Lowe seemingly first came to the realization LiCausi was an overly dramatic girl when he found her bawling in the girls' St. Croix hotel following her huge argument with fellow bachelorette AshLee Frazier.

"I had no idea what I was walking into upon entering the women's suite. I was not aware of the big blowout AshLee and Tierra just had. I found Tierra crying on her bed with her head in her hands. I had already figured by this point that Tierra was not the woman I was going to marry, so when I saw how distraught she was, I knew I had to end it right then and there," Lowe explained.

Lowe apparently didn't reach that point of certainty, however, until after his one-on-one date with LiCausi.

"I tried to really figure out what my feelings were for Tierra, and if I could see a future for us," said the Bachelor.

"But when she told me she was falling in love with me, I softened a bit. She was always kind when she was with me, and I wanted to believe that the drama was circumstantial and that once she wasn't around a bunch of girls dating the same guy, she would be drama-free. I still ended the evening with questions, but remembering that my connection with Tierra was strong."

Frazier clearly helped Lowe come to the conclusion LiCausi wasn't the girl for him when she warned him how "rude" she was to the other girls in the house and how she allegedly had a nasty side to her that Lowe had never seen before.

"I couldn't shake what AshLee had told me," added Lowe. 
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