‘The Bachelor’: Sean Lowe Should Be Wary Of Tierra LiCausi

Sean needs to watch out for Tierra -- she's bad news! As the former 'Bachelorette' hunk becomes the new 'Bachelor,' he is warming up to the wrong girl. If I have learned anything from the previous 16 seasons of The Bachelor, it's that there's always a villain, and she always hoodwinks the bachelor into believing she's a nice person — but it's all a crock! Sean Lowe has become the latest victim of a pretty girl with big eyes, as contestant Tierra LiCausi has firmly pulled the wool over his eyes on the Jan. 7 premiere. Didn't he learn anything from Ben Flajnik's experience with Courtney Robertson?

Sean Lowe and Tierra LiCausi
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Tierra’s Role As The Villain

Sean admitted himself that he may have been “putting a target on her back” when he gave Tierra the first rose of the season. He purposely asked host Chris Harrison to “bend the rules” so he could give Tierra a rose before he had even met all of the contestants! Tierra is clearly used to batting her lashes and getting her way with men, and Sean fell hook, line and sinker for it.

Sean said, “The woman who made the biggest impression on me was Tierra. I can’t explain it but I just felt an immediate connection with Tierra. Her piercing eyes and beautiful smile stopped me in my tracks and I knew right then and there that I wanted to give her a rose.”

Oh, please! Tierra has got a game plan, that’s for sure. In the extended promo for this season, Tierra is seen screeching at the other girls, “I’m above anyone else. I’m not going to let any girl stop me from being with Sean. … I will bite.” Yikes! Between Tierra’s threat of biting and the promise of “red hot tears”, this season looks like it could be quite violent.

The Other Girls Reaction To Tierra

In a not-so-shocking turn of events, the other girls really seem to hate Tierra. On the Jan. 7 premiere we saw their jealously when she got the first rose, and it looks like things only get worse, especially as Tierra is seen ruthlessly dissing one of her love rivals cookies by saying, “They taste like sh*t”. If that’s not the best way to cut down the competition, I don’t know what is.

It’s not just the fact the Tierra seems like a mean girl that should worry Sean; it’s also her possessiveness that should cause alarm bells to ring. In what could be considered a nod to Kathy Bates in Misery, Tierra has decided Sean is hers by telling the other girls, “I’m not friends with girls who like my boyfriend.”

Um… Doesn’t she have to win the competition before she can start calling Sean her boyfriend? Perhaps she was too busy getting half-finished tattoos to properly read the rules of the show.

If you want my advice, Sean, you should eliminate crazy-face Tierra before you find a dead horse head in your bed, or all those roses severed up on the ground. She is a loose cannon, and things are only going to end in tears. And not regular tears, either: red hot tears.

What do YOU think HollywoodLifers? Should Sean eliminate Tierra? Or should she stick around for the purpose of making good TV?

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